Careers

Would you like to make an appointment with a careers advisor?

WE WELCOME ALL STUDENTS IN ALL YEARS

The Careers team  at Loreto Normanhurst can help in many ways including: subject selection, work experience, writing resumes, gap year options, part time work and post school pathways.

The Careers Office is open to all students. We are available in the office, located in the LRC, before and after school, and at recess and lunch. Girls are most welcome to drop in but at times we can be busy with students, so the best thing to do is to send an email indicating your availability or drop in with your diary to schedule a time.

Please email  careers@loretonh.nsw.edu.au. 

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Ms Katrina Smith & Mrs Carmel Donnan

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Coming Up

ADF Work Experience

The Defence Work Experience Program provides young Australians interested in Defence as a future career, the opportunity to sample life in Defence and learn more about the Australian Defence Force (ADF) and the Australian Public Service (APS).

There are lots of different opportunities, so check out the work experience placements  that are on offer.

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CSIRO

We offer high school science students the chance to gain first-hand experience of our core research in a scientific environment. Official applications for 2018 will open in March and successful participants will be notified by the end of May.

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national youth science forum Year 12 (2019) Program  – Applications Open in ONE Month

The NYSF Year 12 Program is a 12-day residential program designed to give students a broader understanding of the diverse study and career options available in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) and to encourage them to continue their studies in these fields. The next program is in January 2019 and there are scholarships available.

Start thinking about your application and find out more here


Rural Career Guide

Find out about the different careers you can pursue in a variety of rural industries and places.

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Surviving Year 12

This article from Youth Central has some great tips on surviving and succeeding in Year 12. Start your year off right by thinking about how you’re going to balance your year.

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