RMIT Golden Key Society proudly presents: Ms Tania De Jong AM

This year the RMIT Chapter of Golden Key has focused upon educating, enlightening and empowering our community to value creative ability and believe in your own capabilities to question, challenge and disrupt your industry.

This is why, in keeping with our mission for 2016, we are excited to announce our new Honorary Member and keynote speaker for this year’s New Member Reception Ceremony, Ms Tania De Jong AM.

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“I admire the work of the Golden Key Society and look forward to collaborating in the future to help talented young people unleash their creative potential, make a difference to the world we live in and realise their dreams. It is a very special privilege to be offered honorary membership. This award inspires me to continue my work in helping to nurture and develop the next generation of leaders, innovators and entrepreneurs.”

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Race Against Depression 2016

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This year our chapter was honored to organise this year’s Race Against Depression, which is on for the 11th time.

The Saturday of 25th of June was a truly extraordinary day: 18 teams were united under a noble cause in the #raceagainstdepression (RAD) event. The cause was to raise the awareness about depression and help to gather money for Lifeline Australia, the “Telephone Line Crisis Support”, which has saved many young lives over past years.  Continue reading

Alumni Panel and Networking Dinner


What do you get when you bring together entrepreneurs, influential leaders and an engaged audience who are all focused on developing a mindset for success?

The opportunity to influence the next generation.

We held our first professional development event in collaboration with the RMIT Entrepreneurship Association (REA) on Friday 15th April 2016 at RMIT’s SAB Building.

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RMIT Clubs Day

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Last Thursday on the 3rd of March 2016 was another uniquely warm day given Melbourne’s reputation for unconventional/unpredictable weather. In saying that, the sun’s warmth set the tone for RMIT’s Clubs and Societies Day and the official welcoming towards potential new members on behalf of our new committee. If you attended, you would have met me, Lachlan, Michelle, Orkhan, and RMIT’s Safety Teddy Bear mascot from the booth nearby.  Continue reading