Employability and careers support
AUT employability and careers support doesn't stop at graduation. We offer ongoing help and resources to alumni.
CareerHub online portal
You can use our online portal AUT CareerHub to:
- Search for jobs relevant to your studies and qualifications and ongoing studies
- Register for employability workshops and employer events, including career fairs
- Book an appointment with one of our employability or career specialists
- Browse and use our career resources, including the CV drop box and interview stream
Access to CareerHub
When you graduate, your status automatically changes from ‘student’ to ‘graduate’ on CareerHub. This then gives you ongoing access, although it will disable after a year if you have not accessed it. You can email our administrator to have your access reinstated.
Discounted gym membership
You can get discounted annual multi-gym membership fees – $570 for 12 months' full access to the City Campus and North Campus gym facilities. This includes all group fitness classes, plus use of the indoor stadium and Golf Swing Clinic on the North Campus.
Free library membership
Associate Library Membership is free for AUT alumni. Check the library website for details on how to apply.
AuSM Ski Lodge Accommodation
AUT alumni have year-round access to the AuSM Ski Lodge in National Park Village, close to the Ruapehu ski fields.
Discounted tickets for Breakfast Club events
AUT alumni have access to the Breakfast Club speaker events, with 10% off event tickets. Recent Breakfast Club speakers include the founder of GrabOne Shane Bradley, ASB CEO Barbara Chapman, Ryman Healthcare CFO Gordon MacLeod, New Zealand Oil & Gas CEO Andrew Knight and Prime Minister Bill English.
Competitive global foreign exchange
NZForex is a global foreign exchange specialist that helps our alumni members make international transfers or remit payments to New Zealand.
In the restless present with multidimensional configurations of diversity and enhanced regulatory complexity, what are the stories we can invoke to steer us towards positive change
Opportunity is knocking and you’re invited – Visit the AUT ICT & Engineering Careers Fair 2018 on Wednesday 25 July 11am-2:00pm in WA224 - The Conference Centre at the AUT City campus
The exhibition continues an existing conversation on bodily autonomy, self-representation and cultural heritage between Molly Rangiwai-McHale, Natasha Matila-Smith, and AUT alumni Louisa Afoa, who identify as ‘mixed-race brown women born of a generation well-versed in internet tongue and African-American vernacular English or slang’—on fleet, lit, turnt up.
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