[ProgSoc] ACS Foundation News - May 2012

ACS Foundation info at acsfoundation.com.au
Tue May 15 10:53:48 EST 2012

Tuesday 15 May
Why work your butt off doing something you don't love?

The BiG Day In is a student careers conference that's designed to
give you BIG career options.   Learn about the skills you need
to get the jobs you don't even know you want yet.  We've got
phenomenal speakers including a CIO, a CEO and an Evangelist
from a wide range of highly innovative companies sharing their
career tips, and vision of the future. This event is a MUST go!
Tickets are available at:  [http://www.thebigdayin.com.au] and
are just $20 for students!


New Companies Offer Student Placements

Over 75 companies have partnered with ACS Foundation to support
Australian university students by providing internship
opportunities within their organisations.  Like the ACS
Foundation's facebook page to receive the newest placements in
your feed.


Systems Engineer - Perth

Open to all students

MGIT Solutions - NSW

1st Level Network Support

- Sydney

12 Internships Open

Dataweave - Sydney

Database Administrator

Software Developor - Perth

A Microsoft Gold CRM Partner

First Data - North Sydney

Enterprise Risk Coordinator


Micosoft Developer - Sydney


Junior Developer

Come Visit Us at CEBIT

The ACS Foundation will be at the 2012 CEBIT Event in Sydney.  If
you are in the area, drop by and have a discussion with one of
our friendly staff.  We can introduce you to companies who are
using the latest technology.  You can also catch some
interesting talks and play with the latest gadgets.

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