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Visit this page to keep updated with all club communications that have previously been circulated via email and/or our Club Reps Facebook Page (don't forget to join).

Club Conference Sneak Peak

Just under a month away until Guild Day (31st of July), I hope everyone is getting some ideas together about how to make your stall pop and get those memberships!

Don't forget that some Mega Challenge points are up for grabs for attending and that you can claim them after the day. 

Psst... Clubs Conference SNEAK PEAK:

Items on the schedule:

  • Leadership as Service
  • Value Propositions
  • Partnerships & Stakeholder Engagement
  • Team Development
  • Goal Setting
  • Personal Branding
  • Contribution & Fundraising
  • Club Leader Networking Evening @ The Tav.

Don't forget to save the date for Wednesday the 28th of August. *During Tuition Free Week.

FB:1/07/19 - Guild Activities Vice President

Curtin Extra Deadlines 

SEM 1, 2019

If you wish to be recognised for hours during semester one this year, you'll need to complete THIS START FORM by 30th June.

SEM 2, 2018

If you already completed a start form in sem 2, 2018 you must complete all Curtin Extra requirements on Unihub by 30th June.

  • Tier 1: log minimum of 20 hours 
  • Tier 2: log minimum of 35 hours, complete 5 modules, complete reflection activity 

Students who are graduating at the end of Semester 1, 2019 must complete all Curtin Extra requirements on UniHub by 30 June

  • Tier 1: log minimum of 20 hours 
  • Tier 2: log minimum of 35 hours, complete 5 modules, complete reflection activity 

Any questions? Email the Clubs Officer on clubs@guild.curtin.edu.au 

FB:17/06/19 - Guild Clubs Officer

Guild Market Day - Club Stall Opportunity

Our next Guild Market Days is Wednesday August 14th (week 3) between 11am - 2pm. We are seeking clubs who would be interested in having a stall - this is great opportunity for member recruitment post O-Day, promoting events or selling merch.

Please email Carla, on experience@guild.curtin.edu.au with an outline of your idea.

(Kissing / Biting Booths are not recommended!)

FB:13/06/19 - Guild Student Experience Assistant

Clubs & Societies Committee Meeting Minutes

Thanks to those who attended our second Clubs and Societies Committee Meeting for the semester on the 23rd May. We encourage those who did not attend the meeting, to take a look at the minutes HERE.

Items of interest are:

  • Sponsorship Grant: Application Advice and feedback.
  • New Event Application Form: Replacing the EMP.
  • Clubs Working Group: AVP led discussion forum.
  • Club Storage: New storage space opening in semester two.
  • 50 Year Mega Challenge Recap

Our next C&S committee meeting will be held in the early weeks of semester two. Please keep an eye on our Curtin Club Reps Facebook page to vote for your preferred date/time in July once timetables have been released.

FB:10/06/19 - Guild Clubs Officer
Email: 13/06/19 - Guild Clubs Officer

Guild Ball - Save the Date!

Something extra sweet for you all just before exams. The Guild Ball has set its date and will be on the 27th of September. Clubs of course will have a extra special chance to nab tickets first during our Club Reps special release period. Keep a lookout on our socials for more details in the coming months.

Don't forget to save that date for a sugary-sweet night out!

FB:6/06/19 - Guild Activities Vice President

Guild O-Day Stall Applications are NOW OPEN!

Wednesday 31st July marks O-Day Sem 2, one of the Curtin Student Guild’s biggest events of the year. Running from 11am - 2:30pm in the midst of Week One (Semester Two), O-Day #2 sees 8,000 new and returning students fill the main Curtin promenade for a great day of giveaways, activities, and general fun.  

Before you apply, arrange to meet with your committee to discuss and confirm how you want to run your stall. For tips on how to run your stall and to make it appealing, check out our tips HERE.

Applications close on Friday 28th June - strictly NO late applications will be accepted.

When you’re ready, apply HERE

Email: 7/06/19 - Clubs Officer
FB: 4/06/19 - Clubs Officer

Curtin Extra Recognition for Clubs

Did you know that your time spent working on your club committee can be recognised on your Curtin Extra Certificate at graduation? 

Curtin Extra is Curtin’s official form of recognition for participation in co-curricular programs. It helps you show evidence of your work and skills development to employers, scholarship panels and for other applications. Curtin Extra gets students to combine practical work with modules to gain skills and recognition. 

Guild Club Committee Members contribute to student community building through the service, collaboration involved in their club role. Clubs and societies are run by students, for students and we want to ensure there is an opportunity for you to have this recognised.

Part of your unique Curtin Extra experience is the ability to determine your level of participation. The levels are outlined as follows:

  • Tier One - a minimum of 20 hours participation in an approved program. Simply log your hours online HERE.
  • Tier Two - a minimum 35 hours participation in an approved program, five skills development modules plus a reflection activity. Log your hours and complete the modules in your own time HERE.

Start logging your hours now!!

You will have until the 30th June to complete the program for semester one.
If you have any questions along the way, contact the Clubs Officer on clubs@guild.curtin.edu.au or 9266 2927

Email: 22/05/19 - Guild Clubs Officer

50 Year Club Mega Challenge

To celebrate the Curtin Student Guild's 50th birthday this year, we are excited to present the amazing 50 Year Club Mega Challenge - a "once-in-50-years" exclusive extravaganza for Guild-affiliated student clubs and societies!

Over 120 clubs will have the opportunity to undertake a series of special tasks and mini-challenges across the next six months in order to earn points, with the challenge running from the 15th April - 20th September, 2019.

The four clubs with the most points at the end of the challenge will win the following HUGE cash prizes to spend on their club:

  • 1st Place - $1000
  • 2nd Place - $750
  • 3rd Place - $500
  • 4th Place - $100

Challenges and tasks will be released in three stages, with Level One tasks and challenges OPEN NOW! Clubs, you can check out the Level One points overview HERE. To apply for points, simply lodge a points claim form HERE

Our live leader board will be updated weekly, and will be viewable online HERE.


C&S Committee Meeting: 11/04/19 - Guild Clubs Officer
FB:15/04/19 - Guild Clubs Officer
Email: 18/04/19 - Guild Clubs Officer

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