We are looking for a Networking Ambassador that could spread the word about our organization, One Disease at a Time. We think that your great program and students would be perfect for helping us spread the word about Indigenous health. If you know any students who may be interested could you please pass the following message on. Thank you so much for your help.
In the lead up to exams, it is easy to forget the real reasons inspiring us to work in healthcare. The Networks Movement is here to remind you that your work can improve people’s lives, starting today.
Your involvement inthe School of Nursing, Midwifery & Nutrition has shown that you are passionate about improving the health and well-being of Indigenous Australians. We think you are an ideal candidate to be a Networks Ambassador for One Disease at a Time and we would like to invite you to apply.
First, take a look at the attached flyer to learn more about One Disease at a Time, a not-for-profit which works to eliminate diseases. There is also information about the Networks Movement, which is spreading optimism and encouraging students like yourself to get involved in improving Indigenous health. You can also visit www.1disease.org for more information.
Get involved today! To apply to become a Networks Ambassador for nursing at Griffith University, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, course, university, and a short paragraph on what makes you passionate about Indigenous health. We will be conducting informal phone interviews over the coming weeks and look forward to hearing from you.
We will email you again within the next week to remind you about this invitation. If you have not called or emailed us within two weeks, we will have to assume that you are not interested and will look for other candidates at your university. To prevent this from happening, please call us today.
Join us for the ride and help leave a legacy we can all be proud of!
Students who plan to start working as a health practitioner in Australia upon graduation are encouraged to apply for registration early. Applying early can help make registration smoother so that new graduates can start work sooner.
An Information Session covering the application / registration process will be held on Wednesday, 3 August, 2011 at 5.00pm, Medicine Lecture Theatre (DB045-002), School of Medicine & Dentistry, Townsville Campus.
Are you, or do you know, an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander undergraduate or postgraduate student who is achieving to a high academic standard?
Nominate yourself or a friend now for the James Cook University (JCU) NAIDOC Awards and go in the running to win up to $350 in cash prizes.
The JCU Undergraduate Achievement Award and the JCU Postgraduate Achievement Award are designed to recognise the academic achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the North Queensland region.