Young Professionals Networking Event

There are many networking events where you have the opportunity of meeting new and interesting people from a diverse range of industries.  Sometimes these meetings can be life and career-changing!

The OHA acknowledges that our Young Alumni may still be at University, may be about to graduate University and looking for their first career move, or they might well be in a steady career, but need some professional guidance to go the next step.

The OHA’s Young Professionals Networking Event is your exclusive opportunity to network with like – minded professionals whilst having the opportunity to learn from and meet high-profile industry specialists from a range of fields. These individuals will assist you on your career path and provide valuable tips for your next move. This event is open to alumni from 2000-2017.

Our specialists are:

  • Ian Herman (OH ’83), Chief Operating Officer at Grant Thornton
  • Fiona Ryan, Director of Culture on Purpose
  • Millie Hogben (OH 2013), HR Business Partner, Dialog Information Technology
  • Hayden Fricke (OH ’84), Director, PeopleScape Pty Ltd
  • Jared Hopping (OH 2007), Co-founder, Genius Tech Group
  • James Bell (OH ’96), Head of People & Performance, Peters Ice Cream
  • David Hassett (OH ’94), Managing Director, Hassett Recruitment
  • Jane Slack-Smith, Entrepreneur and Author
    and more….

In addition, we are delighted to welcome special guest Khanh Ong (OH 2009), who will speak of his recent experience as a MasterChef 2018 finalist, and his plans for the future.

We are also offering all guests the opportunity of a photographic portrait to be taken, for use in your own professional digital profile.

Tickets are just $40 and includes canapés and drinks.

If you are at Uni, about to graduate, fresh out of Uni, or seeking career opportunities in all industries, this is a networking event you shouldn’t miss.

Young Professionals Networking Event
Tuesday, 20 November at 6.30 pm
Haileybury City Campus, 383 King Street, Melbourne


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