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The PACE Programme Information Session – 29th March

Are you finding that more and more entry level jobs are requiring relevant work experience to apply?

Are you wanting to gain academic points towards your degree while getting the experience employers are looking for?

A PACE internship could be for you!

The PACE Internship Programme have many exciting internship opportunities for semester 2 with organisations including, Christchurch City Council, NZ Police, Fire and Emergency (FENZ) and more!

  • Available to all students from any study background
  • Courses at 200 level, 300 level, and 400 level
Come along to our PACE Information Session to learn more about the PACE programme, the opportunities available for semester 2, and hear from some of our regular PACE Partners! 29th March, 12 – 1 pm

 

Please register through Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/pace-programme-information-session-tickets-296426037257?keep_tld=1

For more information,  email: paceinternships@canterbury.ac.nz

Want workplace experience on campus? PACE225 is for you!

Are you looking to gain professional skills while studying? Want to design a project proposal for an iconic nationwide business? 

ENROL IN PACE225: Workplace Skills and Corporate Social Responsibility.

This is a campus-based course in Semester 1 (15 pt)! It is taught by a cross-disciplinary team of lecturers with expertise in corporate social responsibility, communication, te reo Māori for business, community engagement and social sustainability. This course also features guest speakers from businesses such as Sharesies and Brown Bread who you’ll have the opportunity to network with!

PACE225 offers the opportunity to work on a real-life business proposal that makes a positive difference in the local community. Students work together in small groups where you will learn how to write up a project plan and develop workplace skills.

Why PACE225?

  • Hear from guest speakers on their experiences in social enterprise and more!
  • End up with your own Career Development Portfolio and professional contacts.
  • Develop skills required in ANY workplace!

There is still plenty of time to enrol for semester 1! Any questions, please get in touch with Renae Adams and/or Freddie Jefferd.

Are you looking to gain professional skills while studying?

Want to design solutions for an iconic nationwide business?

Curious about what’s going on in the working world outside Uni?

PACE225: Workplace Skills and Corporate Social Responsibility
is the course for you!

This is a campus-based course held in Semester 1, worth 15 points. Taught by a cross-disciplinary team of lecturers with expertise
in corporate social responsibility, communication, te reo Māori for business, community engagement and social sustainability, this
course also features guest speakers from real businesses.

Why PACE225?

Develop skills required in any workplace, e.g. effective communication, problem-solving, project planning and
essential tikanga Māori in a business environment.

Hear kōrero from guest speakers on project
management, social enterprise and more.

Design socially responsible initiatives for
a real community project by Hawkins.

Finish with your own Career Development Portfolio.

Is PACE225 for me?

If you want to better understand professional environments,
what you need to succeed in the workplace, and gain experience
in creating solutions for a real-world challenge that make a
difference in your community, then… YES this course is for you!

The course welcomes students from all disciplines who
have 60 points at any level and is open to anyone at
200-level, from any field of study.

Ready to sign up – or need more info?

Get in touch with us here, hear more at PACE225 Introduction or visit the PACE website for details.

Prepare for your future and enrol now for Semester 1!

Renae Adams & Freddie Jefferd
PACE (Professional and Community Engagement) Team