Charlotte Sangster was first interviewed for her PSMP scholarship application in 2015 hoping it would help her to pursue her dream. How has it helped?
The story that Leigh McCready shares about the QUT Pathways to Politics for Women is one of being at a crossroads. What could she do to fulfill her aspirations to go into politics?
Most nonprofit organisations and social enterprises are on an outcomes/impact measurement journey, meaning they are developing strategies to understand and evidence how their services and activities are creating social change and impact.
Katie Havelberg shares what she learned from the QUT Pathways to Politics program, and how it transformed her and built her confidence to seriously consider a political career.
It has been a year since Rachell Hansen graduated from the QUT Pathways to Politics Program for Women, and her enthusiasm for the program and her passion to influence climate change policy, are still shining brightly.
I had been working at QUTeX for 18 months but had never actually participated in one of our face-to-face courses as a student. When I saw the Mastering Data Visualisation for Marketing and Communications course announced, I just had to attend.
Registering for a professional development module takes courage. Coming to a workshop day with others, contributing to the discussion and doing the learning activities can take many people out of their comfort zones.
For those wanting to advance their career into leadership, there comes a time when their technical abilities alone will not get them to the next stage.
I have always believed in the power of learning and have been a lifelong learner before I even knew what that was. During my career, I have attended…
Ella Hingston participated in the Enterprise Leadership: Leading Self and Others course. How did this help her in her role as an Infrastructure Asset Management Engineer in the Mining and Resources Sector?