A culture dominated by apps, Google, and tablets has truly bumped up the necessity of breeding future technology entrepreneurs. Fortunately, future-forward Australia is fast becoming a sanctuary for startups and the workspaces that coddle them. In fact, Australian institutions are moonlighting as startup incubators.
It’s often said that college is what you make it to be. If you’re interested in putting forth your best effort to grow your circle of friends and participate in things that matter, try extracurricular activities such as clubs. Even the smallest colleges usually have some options, and you can often find something that fits with your program of study.
Networking is a useful tool that can help you throughout your professional career. Whatever field you are looking to go into, college is the perfect time to start forming solid relationships that can help you to find work when you graduate. Whether it is a few months down the line, or after a few years, you will see results from forming these friendships and networking in college.