Careers and Transition coordination is an active component of our school's strategy to improve student engagement and increase school retention and completion. The St Patrick's College Careers Office aims are to provide students with up to date career information and effective advice to assist them make informed decisions about their career pathway options.
Careers and Transition services may include career development programmes, career counselling, pathway planning, subject selection advice, job search skills in resume and interview, Workplace Learning programmes and the provision of a full range of careers information booklets and course guides.
Major career development programmes at St Patrick’s College include:
- VET in Schools Programs
- School Based Apprenticeships
- Work Experience and Structured Workplace Learning
- Career Testing Tools - Career Voyage (Middle School) and Morrisby Report (Senior School)
WHAT IS HAPPENING IN CAREERS?
St Patrick's College Careers - Home page aims to provide students and parents with all the latest careers information that will help them make decisions about future career options and your life beyond school.
You can use this site to locate University, TAFE and any other type of course across Australia, get information about the VCE, search for job vacancies and much more. Feel free to drop into the Careers Office if you have any questions.
Careers Update - November 9, 2017
Careers & Transition Office Weekly Career News this week features: INCREASING THE CHANCE OF GAINING GRADUATE EMPLOYMENT AFTER UNI VOCATIONAL & HIGHER EDUCATION NEWS UPCOMING EVENTS – NOVEMBER, DECEMBER, JANUARY Senior students for local apprenticeship/ employment vacancies required: Food & Beverage Attendant Swimming Teacher
Careers Update - October 24, 2017
Careers and Transitions The Year 12s have "left the building"; the Year 11 Morrisby Review is underway; the Year 10 work experience program is done and dusted and school subject selections are wrapped up for another year. Now that we are heading into exams we wish the Year 12s all the best. Apprenticeships and summer job vacancies are regularly c