If the reality of a new university year is still giving you the heebie-jeebies, let Monash SEED ease your transition back into study, by visiting us at our Orientation Week stall!
Monash SEED is proud to present “Corporate Social Responsibility”, a panel and networking evening powered by NAB.
We’ve invited top graduate firms from across the law, engineering, banking and consulting sectors. Our guests work in these firms as sustainability consultants and corporate citizenship leads, helping to redefine the phrase “business as usual”. That means they spend their 9-5 engaged in improving sustainability, diversity & inclusion, and community engagement outcomes in their respective fields.
If you’ve ever wondered how you can combine a successful career with meaningful social change, join us for what will be an inspiring evening. There will be a short panel followed by an opportunity to network with a wide variety of top firms in a business casual setting.
As Monash SEED’s BIGGEST event of the year, Pitch Night is your chance to be inspired by the student-led social enterprises that have been developed through our Incubator program.
Five teams of hard-working, innovative social entrepreneurs will be pitching their start-ups for the chance to win a $1000 cash prize and a private networking dinner with social impact luminaries.
This year you will also have the opportunity to VOTE for the winning team, win audience prizes from the various social enterprises we support, network with industry professionals, and see the amazing event space at One Roof Women!
Monash SEED’s Annual General Meeting is on! We’ve had such a blast this year, so come along to learn about SEED’s year in review, which includes hearing about all the events we’ve ran this year. This includes SE101, Trivia Night, Networking Night, GMCC and Incubator Program!
Then, of course, it doesn’t hurt that there will be FREE PIZZA 🍕
Are you interested in how businesses can help create positive change, or curious about sustainable international development?
Come to our free Sustainabili-tea to learn about social enterprises, foreign aid and the sustainable development goals. You’ll have the chance to engage in thought-provoking discussions and activities, whilst eating afternoon tea!
No prior knowledge is required – just come curiosity and a readiness to learn.
ACYA x SEED x TFA Presents: The Ability of Education to Bridge Gaps.
Join us for our Education Pillar’s panel discussion event, where we will be covering a range of relevant topics relating to the role that educational institutions and social enterprises have in reaching out to disadvantaged communities.
Our special guest Erin Blackman joins us, who will be sharing her story about the impact her education both in Australia and overseas had on her life.
There will also be information about volunteering opportunities and graduate training programs from SEED and TFA, so tune in to be the first to hear about special upcoming news firsthand!