The Annual AAGE Graduate Recruitment and Development Conference will bring together recruitment and development practitioners from around Australia, offering professional and personal development through keynotes, workshops, interactive discussion forums and networking opportunities.
You can hear insights from other graduate employers and industry leaders, learn about the latest innovations at the conference expo and celebrate best practice at the AAGE Graduate Recruitment Industry Awards (AGRIAs), held during the black tie AAGE Gala Dinner on Day 2 of the conference. At the end of the three days, you will have further developed your skill set, shared ideas and solutions to industry challenges and feel inspired to lead your organisation’s early careers programs.
Employer delegates also have the opportunity to attend the optional Pre-Conference Leader or Practitioner Seminar for $50 + GST, to be held concurrently on Wednesday 30th October at 9.00am. The Practitioner session is for representatives who are new to the industry (0-2 years' experience) and the Leader session is for representatives who are responsible for managing strategic direction (2+ years' experience).
We had over 570 delegates registered to attend the 2023 conference including representatives from:
Ability Action Australia, Accenture Australia, ACCIONA, Accru Melbourne, ACT Government, Adobe, Akuna Capital, Allens, Allianz, Alstom Transport Australia, AMP, ANU, ANZ, Aon's Assessment Solutions, APA Group, Arcadis, Arup, ASC, Ashurst, Atlassian, Attorney-General's Department, Aurecon, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Australian Bureau of Statistics, Australian Federal Police, Australian National Audit Office, Australian Public Service Commission, Australian Retirement Trust, Australian Securities & Investments Commission, Australian Taxation Office, AustralianSuper, Babcock, BAE Systems Australia, Bank of Queensland Group, BDO, Be Challenged, Beca, Beyond Bank Australia, BHP, Boeing Australia, Bond University, Boston Consulting Group, Brightworks, Bush Heritage Australia, Cappfinity, CareerHub Central, CareerTrackers, Chandler Macleod, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, Chevron Australia, Citadel Securities, Clayton Utz, Clean Energy Regulator, Clough, Coles, Colin Biggers & Paisley, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, CPA Australia, Criteria Australia, CSIRO, CSL, Curtin University, Deakin University (NDCO), DeakinTALENT, Deloitte, Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (Qld), Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water, Department of Defence, Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action (VIC), Department of Finance, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Department of Health and Aged Care, Department of Industry, Science and Resources, Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development, Communications and the Arts, Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage (WA), Department of Social Services, Department of the Premier and Cabinet (SA), Department of the Premier and Cabinet (WA), Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, Department of the Treasury, Department of Transport and Main Roads (Qld), Department of Transport and Planning (VIC), Development Beyond Learning, DFP Recruitment, DLA Piper, Downer Group, DT Infrastructure, Elders, Energy Queensland, Engineering Education Australia, Engineers Australia, Essential Energy, Evolution Mining, EY, FDM Group, Forage, FTI Consulting, Fulton Hogan, Fusion Graduate Consultancy, GHD, Gilbert + Tobin, Give A Grad A Go, Glencore Australia, GradConnection, Grant Thornton, Griffith University, HeliMods, HireVue, HOBAN Recruitment, IGO, IMC Trading, Infosys, INPEX, Interagency Graduate Program - DMIRS and JTSI (WA), Jacobs, King & Wood Mallesons, La Trobe University, Linfox, Lockheed Martin, L'Oreal, Macquarie Group, Macquarie University, Mainfreight, Mars Australia, Mazars, McGrathNicol, Médecins Sans Frontières Australia, Mineral Resources, MinterEllison, Monadelphous, Monash Talent, Monash University, Moore Australia, Mott MacDonald, MYOB, NAB, NAGCAS, National Indigenous Australians Agency, National Intelligence Community, nbn, Newcrest, NHP Electrical Engineering Products, Nova Systems, NSW Department of Education, NSW Department of Planning and Environment, NSW Public Service Commission, NT Government, NZAGE, Optiver, Optus, Origin Energy, Pacific National, PageUp, PBC Hogan, PeopleScout, Pitcher Partners, PKF Melbourne, Prosple, Public Service Commission (Qld), Public Transport Authority of WA, Pulsifi, PwC, Qantas, QBE Insurance, QIC, QinetiQ, Quantium, Queensland Audit Office, Queensland Government Customer and Digital Group, Queensland Rail, QUT, RAA, Rabobank, REA Group, Readygrad, Reece Group, Refraction Media, Rheinmetall Defence Australia, Rio Tinto, RMIT University, Robson Environmental, RSM Australia, S3B, Saab Australia, Santos, SAP, Schneider Electric, Scope Australia, SEEK, Services Australia, SHL, SIG, Sims Metal, South East Asian Association of Graduate Employers, Sova Assessment, Stantec, Stanwell, STEM Women, Stockland, StudyPerth, Suburban Rail Loop Authority (SRLA), Suncorp, Sunwater, SW Accountants & Advisors, Swinburne University of Technology, Sydney School of Entrepreneurship (SSE), Sydney Water, Synergy, SYSTRA ANZ, Teach For Australia, Testgrid, Thales, The Australian Power Institute, The Career Conversation, The Colin James Method, The Law Society of NSW, The University of Adelaide, The University of Auckland - Waipapa Taumata Rau, The University of Newcastle, The University of Queensland, The University of Sydney, The University of Sydney Business School, The University of Western Australia, Thiess, TQSolutions, Transgrid, Transport for NSW, Unilever, UniSA, University of Melbourne, University of Technology Sydney, University of Technology Sydney (Business School), University of Wollongong, UNSW, UNSW Business School, Victorian Auditor-General's Office, Victoria's Big Build, VivCourt Trading, WA Government, Westpac, White & Case, Whitehaven Coal, Xero