Hosted by the EAIT Student Employability, this is our first ever Computing Crawl for Computer Science and Information Technology Students!

Why should you attend?

  • Network with industry professionals in a casual setting at WorkingMouse and Inspect Real Estate
  • Gain insight into some of the team's processes and hear about what it’s like working in the computing industry
  • Enjoy some fresh air in Milton as we walk to each location – super close proximity to UQ!
  • Free food and drinks at the end of the night!

Where we will be going?

Introducing WorkingMouse:

We’re a team of developers, designers, project managers, and all-around awesome people located in Brisbane, Australia.

At WorkingMouse, we ensure that people are at the heart of our software. People being our clients and the employees that keep our company moving. Whilst every day at WorkingMouse is different, one thing is for certain; there will always be people to reach out to and share a laugh with.

On a business level, we leverage strategic thinking with a tried and tested process and award-winning technology to deliver applications with real value that enable our clients to meet their business objectives. To check out our website, head here:

Inspect Real Estate

Inspect Real Estate is a global software company that specialises in tech solutions for the real estate industry. From booking inspections, managing applications, tracking keys and many other time-saving products designed to streamline an agent and property manager’s daily tasks. Australia’s Leading Real Estate & Property Management Software

Limited spots, booking is required! Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity. 

About Employability Events

The EAIT Student Employability Team host events in collaboration with industry. These sessions are often hands-on workshops, graduate panel events, and/or site tours.

Attending these events will:

  • Provide you with unique opportunities to make an impression on industry contacts
  • Allow you to hear from industry on what skills and tools they are looking for in graduates
  • Allow you to develop and learn new techniques and skills to set you apart in the job application process

If you are an engineering student, you might be able to claim Type B hours attending this event. See the activity table for full details.