Southport Sharks have shown a commitment to supporting and enhancing the student experience on the Gold Coast over a number of years.
For Gold Coast businessman Vincent Fletcher, investing in recent university graduates is a win-win for everyone at software company CartonCloud. The same goes for CartonCloud’s diverse workplace, where staff from all cultures and backgrounds feel welcome and part of the team.
Jake Goodall, Secondary Student- Trinity Lutheran College
Do you plan to keep studying on the Gold Coast after high school?
At the moment I really don’t know where I want to study, I’m looking at going into performing arts or medicine (opposite ends of the spectrum, I know!).
Are you a school student with an innovative, technological idea waiting to be discovered? Now in its fifth year, the 2018 Mayor’s Telstra Technology Awards program includes an Ideation Workshop, as well as coaching from entrepreneurs and technical mentors.
We all know the saying ‘don’t judge a book by its cover’. A Gold Coast university is taking the phrase to a new level of awareness via a unique social experiment to challenge prejudice and social stigma.
When Melinda Rogers and Michael Jacobson created Very Media they wanted it to be more than just another communications company on the Gold Coast. One of the priorities was to give back to the industry they love.
Choosing to study on the Gold Coast was an easy decision for mature aged student and single mum Jodie Gregg. It’s the stepping-stone she needed to fulfil her dream of becoming a nurse.
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary places a strong emphasis on the culture of its workplace. Every team member that you encounter, whether staff member or volunteer, not only greets you with a smile but genuinely seems to enjoy what they do and the environment in which they work.
Yanji is a small Chinese city located within a stone’s throw of the North Korean border, given its location Yanji has had a challenging history and while officially part of China, a substantial part of its population is ethnic Korean.
Prior to winning the bid for the Commonwealth Games back in 2011 former Gold Coast Mayor Ron Clarke said that the city would not only benefit from $2 billion in economic investment, 30 000 new jobs and more than $500 million worth of new transport and sporting infrastructure, but the...