We live and work in a global economy and while that can literally open up a world of opportunities the prospect does present its challenges.
In 2017 during his final year of IT at Griffith University, former Mayor’s Student Ambassador Josh Murchie attended a startup weekend organised by Study Gold Coast. Within the space of 12 months the seed of his idea had evolved into a fully fledged venture with investors and partners.
Benowa State High School Year 10 student, Natarlia Collins from Ashmore, is a TAFE Queensland Gold Coast Aunty Joyce Indigenous Scholarship recipient for 2018 and plans to actively promote the benefits of education to young people in her community.
Having grown up in a UK orphanage for nearly a decade, Sara Charleson says she’s no longer scared of anything. However, the trainer and assessor at Aurora Training Institute Gold Coast will admit she’s slightly nervous at being a South East Regional Finalist in the Queensland Training Awards.
One of Australia’s brightest and youngest Motorsport stars is taking the opportunity to drive his educational journey further on the Gold Coast thanks to TAFE Queensland.
Southern Cross University is offering student-led pedorthics appointments to the public, for an affordable fee.
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.
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.