Saturday, August 30, 2008

Photos from Aug 28 Young IT in the Pub

The Young IT in the Pub in Melbourne on 28th of August was a great successful and well attended forum where we heard from Scott Evans, the guest speaker and also had the opportunity to have conversations with like-minded people from the industry.


Some photos follow:




Dominic Sowinski, David Burela, Dylan Punchihewa and myslef with Remin Daniel, the newly appointed ACS Student ambassador for MIT


People having conversations




Dominic Sowinski introducing the guest speaker, Scott Evans


Scott Evans










Dominic Sowinsk and myself with Sean Gurney, the newly appointed ACS student ambassador for the Monash University.

Young IT Workshop – 3rd September

The next Young IT workshop will discuss about the IT Career Paths. It’s held at the Tea House, 28 Clarendon St., South Melbourne at 6PM. It will teach what you need to do to develop/get promoted and where your IT career might take you in the future. This event is also free and refreshments are provided.

Further details and registrations at:

http://www.acs.org.au/index.cfm?action=event&area=9003&temID=eventdetails&eveID=10111336520694

Friday, August 22, 2008

Young IT in the Pub featuring a Special Guest

The event is a great forum to get together with like minded people, peers and fellow students for a drink and have a chat in a relaxed atmosphere. It will also feature Scott Evans as the guest speaker. Scott is the founder of the Melbourne IT Mentor group (http://melbitmentor.googlepages.com) and will be talking on the topic 'Pathways to employment'.

Venue: The Imperial Hotel, Corner of Bourke and Spring Streets, Melbourne
Date: Thursday 28th August, 2008
Time: 6:00pmCost:
FREE - Drinks and Refreshments will be provided

For further information and registrations Click Here

Saturday, August 9, 2008

Amazing Careers Night

We had a very successful ACS event in Melbourne organized by the Young IT group. The unparalleled quality of the night created so much value for the attendees.

Representatives from companies (Hays, IBM, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Accenture, NAB and Object Consulting ) explained the things they look for when hiring a potential candidate, opportunities available for students, graduates and young professionals, Graduate Hiring Programs and tips on how candidates can be successful in securing the job they want.

In addition to the above industry leading companies, the participants also had the honour of listening to the chief guest Ian Dennis, Chair ACS Victorian Board. They also had the opportunity of meeting up with Yohan Ramasundara, Director Young IT professionals Board. The company presentations were followed with a panel discussion which allowed the audience to ask questions as well as have a discussion on their concerns. The lively networking event at the end was used by young professionals to clarify their questions and also to build essential relationships with each other as well as representatives of participating leading companies.

The event was a great success with well over 225 people attending in a house full event.

Some photos follow:



The houseful audience




The Chief Guest - Ian Dennis making the Key Note Speech




Yohan Ramasundara Chairing the Panel Discussion




Yasas V Abeywickrama - Thanking the Panel




Yasas V Abeywickrama - Wrap Up

Sunday, August 3, 2008

Young IT in the pub with a Young Speaker!

Venue:
The Imperial HotelCnr Bourke & Spring Streets, Melbourne
Date:
Monday 4th August 2008
Time:
6:00PM

FREE Entry, FREE Drinks, FREE Food!

Details and Registrations at:

http://www.acs.org.au/index.cfm?action=event&area=9010&temID=eventdetails&eveID=10111336545499