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Canberra CareersXpo

Student visiting hte Canberra Careerspo with her thumb up indicating that it was a great experience.
The Academy of Interactive Entertainment (AIE)  offers courses in 3D animation and game design.
Three staff at the ANU booth smiling.
Four students facing the camera at the Canberra CareersXPo
Student visiting hte Canberra Careerspo with her thumb up indicating that it was a great experience.
The Academy of Interactive Entertainment (AIE)  offers courses in 3D animation and game design.
Three staff at the ANU booth smiling.
Four students facing the camera at the Canberra CareersXPo

Overview

The Canberra CareersXpo is a major annual event with 100 + exhibitors from interstate and the A.C.T and incorporates 5 programs in one: CareersXpo, real skills for real careers, Indigenous Exhibition, School to Work and STEM Cell.

A new program, the Postgraduate Information and Networking Session have been added to the Wednesday evening session.

Exhibitors come from a broad cross-section of providers including Federal and State Government departments, employer organisations, private colleges, apprenticeship centres and numerous individual businesses.

The event is open to students and adults looking for advice and information on current and future employment and career options through apprenticeships, study and employment.

Come and chat with the exhibitors about career and study pathways that interest you. Entry is FREE.

Dates

17–18 Aug 2022
August 2022
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Map of the venue locationMap of the venue location
Exhibiton ParkCorner of Flemington Rd &, Northbourne Ave, Australian Capital Territory, AustraliaGet Directions
  • Cafe
  • Coach Parking
  • Conference/Function Facilities
  • Family Friendly
  • Kiosk
  • Non Smoking
  • Public Toilet
  • Welcomes and assists people who have challenges with learning, communication, understanding and behaviour. (includes people with autism, intellectual disability, Down syndrome, acquired brain injury (ABI), dyslexia and dementia)