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!!
If you wish to be recognised for hours during semester one this year, complete THIS START FORM by 30th June.
If you already completed a start form in sem one, then you must complete all Curtin Extra requirements on Unihub by 30th November.
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 email@example.com