Careers

Career appointments

The end of term is fast approaching but there is still time to meet with a Careers Advisor.  Currently we’re helping students with resumes, cover letters and interview techniques for part time summer jobs, holiday work experience positions and gap year inquiries.  If you need some assistance pop in or email the Careers Office. Students from all year groups are welcome.

 

Careers Team

Mrs Carmel Donnan, Ms Katrina Smith and Mrs Jo Hallinan

 

Upcoming Events

 

Study in the USA: information sessions

Students, parents, coaches and teachers interested in tertiary study in the US are invited to attend free information sessions at the US Consulate, Sydney in January 2018.

EducationUSA Australia will hold group information sessions on Friday 19 January and Wednesday 24 January at 2pm. Individual sessions are also available to students if they prefer. Register for a group session or book an individual appointment at www.educationusasydney.eventbrite.com.      

Group sessions are divided into two parts. The first part is relevant for all students and addresses general guidance on US undergraduate study, including university application procedures and standardised testing. The second part will focus on information for students hoping to play a sport at college in the US (those who are not interested in the sporting aspect can leave after the first part).

EducationUSA is a US Department of State international student advising centre.

For further information, visit:
EducationUSA Sydney
EducationUSA
Facebook – EducationUSA Australia


C.A.S Hawker Scholarship

The C.A.S. Hawker Scholarship is one of the most generous privately funded scholarships available to undergraduate and post-graduate students in Australia. Each residential scholarship is valued at up to $50,000 over three years.

The scholarships have been awarded almost equally to male and female applicants. Scholarship holders have come from every sector of Australian society and graduated from government, catholic and private schools.

Applications open on Monday 4 December 2017 and will close on Friday 5 January 2018.

Find out more and apply


Macquarie University Women in Engineering Day

Wednesday 24 January 2018

You’re invited to a day of activities and workshops to learn more about how engineering can shape our future and tackle global challenges.
Students in Years 9 or 10 in 2018 who are interested in science and mathematics can register now to be part of this exciting event.

This is a free event. Morning tea and lunch will be provided.

Find out more and book


University of Canberra Course Advice Days

If you’ve received an offer to study, are awaiting an offer, or are considering applying, you can find all the information and support you need at the next University of Canberra Course Advice Day. 

21 December 2017
12 January 2018

Find out more


 University of Newcastle Post-ATAR Info Sessions

Facebook Q&A – 15 December, 9am to 5pm

Port Macquarie Info Session – 15 December
Newcastle City, Central Coast and Newcastle Sessions – 16 December

Find out more 


Notre Dame Course Options Day

When: Saturday 16 December 2017
Where: Admissions and Prospective Students Office, Pioneer House, 140 Broadway, Chippendale.

The Admissions and Prospective Students Office will be open from 9.00am to 4.00pm on Saturday 16 December 2017 after students receive their final Year 12 results, and before Change of Preferences day on 17 December. Course Options Day is a great chance to have a one-on-one chat with staff and submit an application ahead of Course Info Day on January 4 (see below).

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Notre Dame Course Info Day

When: Thursday 4 January 2018
Location: St Benedict’s Hall and courtyard, 104 Broadway, Chippendale

On Course Info Day students can ask their last-minute questions and explore uni options for 2018. Student who visit the Broadway campus between 9.00am and 3.00pm on Thursday 4 January can attend sessions on courses they’re interested in studying, speak with academic staff and current students and apply for study in 2018.

Eligible applicants can also interview with an academic staff member in the course they’re interested in studying, receive an offer, and enrol and choose their first-year units.

Applications are still open for all courses at Notre Dame in 2018

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University of Melbourne – Sydney Info Day

When: Tuesday 19 December
Where: Mercure Sydney

For Year 12 NSW students who’ve applied through VTAC for study at Melbourne in 2018.

Course directors for the Bachelor of Arts, Biomedicine, Commerce, Design and Science will be in attendance so you can talk with them directly about the course, its structure and majors as well as the vast range of student experiences each degree offers.

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Western Sydney Uni HSC True Reward

At Western, we believe hard work deserves its own reward – a reward that reflects your ability to succeed. If you do well in your subjects at school, we know you can go on to do well at university. Open to 2017 NSW HSC students, it makes an early offer for entry to a degree based on corresponding HSC subject band outcomes.

Applications close 11 December 2017.

Find out more


One-on-one Chat with ANU

Wed 15 Nov 2017 – 1–5pm
Wed 22 Nov 2017 – 1–5pm
Wed 29 Nov 2017 – 1–5pm
Wed 6 Dec 2017 – 1–5pm

Book in for a one-on-one chat with an ANU advisor on campus regarding your future study opportunities and to discuss any questions you have about ANU. If you are also interested in participating in a campus tour, when you book in for your session, you can elect to take a general tour of the ANU campus.

Register now


 University of Canberra Course Advice Day

16 November 2017 – 10 – 12pm 
21 December 2017 – 10 – 2pm 
12 January 2018 – 10 – 2pm 

You can talk to staff about your study options, including courses and units available, pathway programs, support services, accommodation, and anything else you need to make your final decision.

Find out more


Macquarie Entry Navigator

Everyone comes to university on an ATAR, right? No, not with Macquarie Entry.

ATAR is just one of the indicators we use to determine your suitability for study. It’s true that your ATAR rank can be a useful indicator of your chances for success in a specific course. But it’s equally true that for other courses there are other indicators we can use to assess your suitability. 

Use the navigator to see which entry pathway suits you best.