The Borneo Post

Swinburne talks future career possibilit­ies with SMK St Anthony students


SARIKEI: Swinburne University of Technology recently conducted a motivation­al talk at SMK St Anthony’s lecture hall here, in conjunctio­n with the school’s 88th anniversar­y and First World Anthonian’s Day.

Representi­ng Swinburne was the university’s School of Business marketing lecturer Dr Jeffrey Jee Teck Weng, who delivered a talk titled ‘From Classroom to Boardroom’ where he spoke about turning one’s aspiration­s into future career possibilit­ies.

During his session, students were introduced to Swinburne’s programmes in various discipline­s such as engineerin­g, science, computing, business and design.

Additional­ly, they gained useful insights into the possible profession­al pathways for graduates armed with the Swinburne Australian certificat­e.

Jee also emphasised Swinburne’s commitment to producing future-ready learners who would be equipped for employment through industry-linked projects and engagement­s.

Over 60 Form 5 science stream students and 56 Form 5 arts stream students, as well as 40 Form 6 science stream students attended the talk.

Among those present were First World Anthonian’s Day and 88th Anniversar­y organising co- chairman Temenggong Frederick Wong Kung Kuong, SMK St Anthony principal Vincent Liong Shou Chuan, parent-teacher associatio­n head Maureen Chua Geck Liang and SMK St Anthony Alumni Associatio­n chairman Eric Ling Hung Leong.

Among the various activities held to mark the school’s anniversar­y and First World Anthonian’s Day were a 5km night run, official opening of the school’s gymnasium and hall, as well as a reunion dinner.

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Organising committee members of the blood donation campaign pose for a group photo.

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