February 7, 2020
By Careers and Transition Manager, Mr Anthony Meehan
Weekly Career News
You have just come back to school and if you are reading this, chances are that you are thinking about exploring your career and pathway options. It’s never too early to start thinking about career ideas, researching your options, developing a career action plan, or simply having a discussion with your Career Adviser.
If you are in Year 12, it is essential that you discuss your options with the key people in your life as soon as possible. Have no idea what you would like to do when you leave school? No stress! Don’t delay seeing your Career Adviser- now is the perfect time. Not sure what to say? Don’t worry- it’s their job to guide you and open up possibilities you may not have considered before.
As a starting point, if you are interested in studying at university or TAFE in the future, it’s important you attend open days and plan out your course interests early.
If you are interested in pursuing a traineeship or apprenticeship pathway, it is important that you gain as much industry experience as possible. You can undertake work experience once you turn 15 years old.
Seeing your Career Adviser early in the year is important to ensure you can get organised early and to be able to start making links with local employers.
Please read the Weekly Career News each week to ensure you keep up to date with upcoming career events and key dates. Please click on the following link to view the current Weekly Careers News.WCN 12 Feb 2020
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