Alumni Panel and Networking Dinner

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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

Clubs Day 2016 | more on rmitgoldenkey.wordpress.com

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

Golden Key Committee Training (ft. Victoria Uni)

On February 29, on very special leap year day, our first leadership training has been held. The Golden Key Leadership training was coached by Amelia Yip, Asia-Pacific Golden Key University Relations Officer. The training assisted Golden Key members from RMIT and VU chapters to better understand and access their own leadership skills such as listening, communication, teamwork, strength, resilience and personal power through active discussion and participation in interactive team building group activities.  Continue reading

Golden Key Asia Pacific Conference 2016: Be the Change

Receiving our chapter's award | more on rmitgoldenkey.wordpress.com

The 2016 Asia-Pacific Conference was 3 days long, jam-packed with fun seminars and inspiring keynote speakers hosted at Swinburne University’s Hawthorn campus. There were six workshop sessions during the conference; we were given a choice of up to 6 workshops to choose from during each of the workshop sessions, which made choosing only one workshop to attend at each session a very difficult choice as each workshop offered insight and knowledge to a wide range of topics. (Many complaints were made about being unable to split ourselves into half and attend multiple workshops at once.) Continue reading