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The 33rd Annual AAGE Graduate Recruitment 

& Development Virtual Conference

Wednesday 27th October - Friday 29th October 2021

Taking yourself off mute
It's time to thrive!

How should graduates and employers stand out from their respective crowds? How do we uncover top graduates from the noise of the thousands of other graduate applications we receive? How do graduate employers make ourselves heard and stand out from our competitors? How do we build our brands if we won’t be on campus so much?

This year’s AAGE conference will provide you with a chance to consider your future direction and help you navigate a path to success.

With the current status of the COVID-19 pandemic in Sydney, we have made the difficult decision to change the in-person 2021 AAGE Conference to a virtual event. The 2021 AAGE Virtual Conference will run on the same three days (Wednesday 27th October – Friday 29th October 2021) delivering valuable content and the opportunity for the AAGE community to come together.

We currently have over 385 delegates registered to attend the 2021 virtual conference including representatives from:

#heartLEADER, Accenture Australia, Alcami, Allianz, AMP, AngloGold Ashanti, ANZ, Aon's Assessment Solutions, Asahi Beverages, Ashurst, Attorney-General's Department, Aurecon, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Australian Bureau of Statistics, Australian Federal Police, Australian Prudential Regulation Authority, Australian Public Service Commission, Australian Securities & Investments Commission, Australian Taxation Office, BDO, Be Challenged, Brightworks, Cappfinity, CareerHub Central, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, Chevron Australia, CIMIC Group, Cognizant, Coles, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, DBL, Deakin University, Deakin University (NDCO), Deloitte, Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment, Department of Defence, Department of Environment, Land, Water & Planning (VIC), Department of Finance, Department of Health, Department of Home Affairs, Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources, Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications, Department of Social Services, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, Department of the Treasury, Department of Transport and Main Roads (Qld), Department of Veterans' Affairs, Edith Cowan University, Engineers Australia, Evolution Mining, EY, FDM Group, Forage, Ford Australia, FTI Consulting, Fulton Hogan, Fusion, GAP Resource Management & 18fifty3 GAP Resource Management, GOJII, GradConnection, GradSift, Great Southern Bank / Credit Union Australia (CUA), Havas People, Herbert Smith Freehills, HireVue, HOBAN Recruitment, IMC Trading, Infosys, Jacobs, James Cook University, John Holland Group, Kaplan, King & Wood Mallesons, Kmart, La Trobe University, Laing O'Rourke, Leidos, Lendlease, Linfox, Macquarie University, Major Transport Infrastructure Authority, Mars, Maxme, McCrindle, McGrathNicol, MinterEllison, Monadelphous, Monash Talent, Monash University, MYOB, NAB, NAGCAS, National Disability Coordination Officer Program, NEC Australia, Noa Coach, NSW Department of Education, NSW Government, NZAGE, Optus, Origin Energy, Pitcher Partners, Prosple, PwC, Quantium, Queensland Government Customer and Digital Group, Queensland Rail, Raytheon Australia, Readygrad, Recruit Curtin, Reece Group, Refraction Media, ResMed, Revelian, A Criteria Company, RMIT University, RSM Australia, Saab Australia, SAP, Services Australia, ShineWing, SHL, STEM Women, Suncorp, Teach For Australia, Testgrid, Thales, The Career Conversation, The University of Adelaide, The University of Auckland, The University of Sydney, Thiess, Thoughtworks Australia, TQSolutions, Unilever, UniSA, University of Melbourne, University of Wollongong, University Specialist Employment Partnership, UNSW Business School, UNSW Law, UNSW Sydney, USQ, Veolia, Victorian Government Graduate Program, Vieple, Wake by Reach, Westpac Group, Xero

We had over 280 delegates registered to attend the 2020 virtual conference including representatives from:

Accenture, AECOM, AGSM, AMP, ANZ, Aon's Assessment Solutions, APA Group, Appian, Arup, Ashurst, Aurecon, Australia Post, Australian Communications and Media Authority, Australian Prudential Regulation Authority, Australian Public Service Commission, Australian Securities & Investments Commission, Australian Taxation Office, BAE Systems Australia, Bankwest, BDO, BHP, Boston Consulting Group, Cappfinity, Carlton & United Breweries, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, Chevron Australia, Citadel Securities, Coles, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Community Solutions Group, CPA Australia, CSL Behring, DBL, Deakin University (NDCO), DeakinTALENT, Deloitte, Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment, Department of Defence, Department of Environment, Land, Water & Planning (VIC), Department of Finance, Department of Health, Department of Home Affairs, Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, Department of Treasury (WA), EY, FDM Group, Flinders Port Holdings, Flinders University, FTI Consulting, Fulton Hogan, Fusion Graduate Consultancy, GradConnection, Grant Thornton, HireVue, Hudson, IBM, IMC Trading, Jacobs, John Holland Group, King & Wood Mallesons, La Trobe University, Leidos, Linfox, Living Recruitment & GAP Resource Management, Lockheed Martin, Macquarie Group Services, Macquarie University, Main Roads WA, Mars Australia, McGrathNicol, Microsoft, Monadelphous, Monash Talent, Monash University, Mondelez International, MYOB, NAB, NAGCAS, NBN Co, NEC Australia, Newcrest, NSW Public Service Commission, NTT, NZAGE, Pitcher Partners, Prosple, Public Transport Authority of WA, PwC, pymetrics, Queensland Rail, REA Group, Ready Talent, Readygrad, Revelian, RMIT University, RSM Australia, Saab Australia, SEAAGE, ShineWing Australia, SIG, Southern Cross University, Stanwell, STEPS Group Australia, Suncorp, Sydney Water, Symplicity, Synergy, SYSTRA Scott Lister, TAFE SA (NDCO), Tasmanian Networks, Teach For Australia, teach.NSW, Telstra, The Australian Power Institute, The University of Adelaide, The University of Auckland, The University of Newcastle, The University of Notre Dame Australia, The University of Queensland, The University of South Australia, The University of Sydney, Thiess, Thoughtworks Australia, Toll, TQSolutions, Transport for NSW, Unilever, University of Melbourne, University of Technology Sydney, UNSW, UNSW Business School, Urban Utilities, Victorian Government Graduate Program, Wake by Reach, Westpac Group, William Buck, Xero, Zoanetti Consulting

We had over 450 delegates registered to attend the 2020 in-person conference including representatives from:

Accenture Australia, AGSM, Alcami Interactive, Allan Hall Human Resource Services, Allens, Allianz Australia, AMP, ANZ, Aon, Aon's Assessment Solutions, APA Group, Arup, ASD, Ashurst, ASIC, ASX, Attorney-General's Department, Aurecon, Australian Bureau of Statistics, Australian Catholic University, Australian Communications and Media Authority, Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission, Australian National Audit Office, Australian Prudential Regulation Authority, Australian Public Service Commission, Australian Taxation Office, BAE Systems Australia, Bank of Queensland, Bankwest, Bendigo and Adelaide Bank, BHP Billiton, Blackwoods, BOC South Pacific, Boeing Australia, BP Australia, Broadspectrum, Caltex, Cappfinity, Career Ahead, Cardno, Carlton & United Breweries, Chandler Macleod, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, Chevron, Clayton Utz, Clough Projects, Coles, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, CPA Australia, CSL Behring, Curtin University, Deakin University/NDCO, DeakinTALENT, Deloitte, Department of Communications and the Arts, Department of Defence, Department of Defence - Australian Geospatial-Intelligence Organisation, Department of Environment, Land, Water & Planning (VIC), Department of Finance, Department of Finance (WA), Department of Health, Department of Home Affairs, Department of Industry, Innovation and Science, Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Cities and Regional Development, Department of Internal Affairs (NZ), Department of Social Services, Department of the Environment and Energy, Department of the Premier and Cabinet (QLD), Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, Department of the Treasury, Department of Transport and Main Roads (Qld), Department of Veterans' Affairs, Development Beyond Learning, Downer Group, Edith Cowan University, Engineering Education Australia, Engineers Australia, Essential Energy, Expedia Group, EY, FDM Group, Flinders University, Fulton Hogan, Fusion Graduate Consultancy, GHD, Glencore, GradConnection, Grant Thornton, Griffith University, Herbert Smith Freehills, HOBAN Recruitment, HorizonOne Recruitment, Hudson Talent Management, IAG, IBM, icare NSW, Ignite, IMC Pacific, Impact, InsideSherpa, Institute of Managers and Leaders, Institute of Student Employers, IRESS, Jacobs, John Deere, John Holland Group, Johnson & Johnson, King & Wood Mallesons, KPMG, Kraft Heinz, La Trobe University, Lendlease, Linfox, Link Group, Lockheed Martin Australia, Macquarie University, Main Roads Western Australia, ManpowerGroup Solutions, Mars, McGrathNicol, MinterEllison, Monadelphous, Monash University, Monash University - Monash Talent, Murdoch University, MYOB, NAGCAS, National Australia Bank, Naval Group Australia, Naval Shipbuilding College, Navitas Professional, Newcrest Mining, NSW Department of Customer Service, NSW Department of Planning & Environment, NSW Public Service Commission, NTT, NZAGE, Office of National Intelligence, Optiver, PBC Hogan, Pearson TalentLens, Pernod Ricard Winemakers, Pitcher Partners, Practera, Prosple, Public Transport Authority, PwC, QBE Australia & New Zealand, QGCIO, Quantium, Queensland Treasury, RACQ, REA Group, Readygrad, Refraction Media, Remarkable Learning, ResMed, Revelian, Ribit, Rio Tinto, RMIT University, RSM Australia, Saab Australia, Salesforce, Sanofi, Santos, SAP Australia, Saville Assessment Asia Pacific, Schneider Electric, Scopesuite, Sedgman, ShineWing Australia, Sonru, South East Asian Association of Graduate Employers (SEAAGE), South32, Southern Cross University, STEPS Group Australia, Susquehanna Pacific, Symplicity, TAL, Talegent, Talent Solutions, TasNetworks, TasWater, Teach For Australia, TechnologyOne, Telstra, Testgrid, Thales Australia, The University of Adelaide, The University of Auckland, The University of Melbourne, The University of Newcastle, The University of South Australia, The University of Sydney, The University of Western Australia, Thiess, Thoughtworks Australia, Toll, University of Southern Queensland, University of Technology Sydney, University of Wollongong, UNSW, UNSW Business School, Victorian Government Graduate Program, Vieple, Water Corporation, Western Sydney University, Westpac Group, White & Case, WISE Employment, Xero, Zoanetti Consulting

Visit the AAGE Conference website or register for the 2021 AAGE Virtual Conference.

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