Loreto Normanhurst ‘Careers Week’
We are pleased to remind all our students that next week is LN Careers Week.
The Careers team have designed a large amount of activities to celebrate Career paths, and encourage career development and exploration.
All year groups are invited to attend the activities.
Some of the activities of interest will include:
- Nursing/Paramedics visit from University of Tasmania (Monday lunchtime – Gym) – this will involve an ambulance being onsite as a demonstration on the Gym apron.
- Teacher’s Career Path Panel at which teachers will be talking about their own career journey before joining Loreto Normanhurst. Can students guess which of your teachers was a lawyer? A published scientist? Who worked in hospitality? And more… (Tuesday lunchtime – Curran Theatre)
- Mock Interview afternoon when students will be able to participate in a practice interview. (Wednesday afternoon)
- Medicine lunchtime market with visitors from many universities (Friday lunchtime – GBC Level 3)
- Careers Competition that you can enter throughout the week.
- Family Career Conversation which will be sent next week to all families and we encourage you to chat about Careers with your family members.
We look forward to celebrating Careers Week with our community.
Careers News and Events
University Applications – University Admissions Centre (UAC)
As communicated with Year 12 over the past few weeks, the students have just received their UAC PIN which allows them to apply for university.
UAC is the University Admissions Centre, and this PIN is regarding university applications.
We are pleased to advise parents that UAC will be visiting school during week 3 via FACEtime to discuss the application process with students. For more information in the meantime, please contact us. There is no rush with this process – early bird applications are open from now until 30 September and university applications can still be made after this date.
UAC – Let’s Chat webinars
Registrations are now open for UAC Let’s Chat series of webinars on courses and careers in medicine, business and economics, communication and much more. During each webinar, university professors, lecturers and student ambassadors will give prospective students an insight into their chosen area of study.
All dates and registration links are available from the UAC website.
UNSW Guide to UAC Preferences
Applications to study at UNSW in 2022 are now open through UAC.
Applying to a university can be a confusing process for some students. Every year, UNSW hear of students who missed out on what they really wanted because they didn’t understand the UAC preference process. UNSW have produced a UAC preferencing guide for students to ensure they have everything they need to know to put them in the best position to land their dream degree. Access this guide here.
UNSW – Year 11 & 12 LAT Information Evening – 6 May
Any students considering studying law at UNSW? Join UNSW online to learn about the Law Admission Test (LAT), an entry requirement for all undergraduate law double degrees at UNSW. UNSW will cover detailed program and faculty information and key LAT dates for the year ahead. Register here.
ANU – Early entry reminder
A brief reminder that the Australian National University early entry will close on 25 May. Please ensure you see Careers if you haven’t already so we can assist you with the documents required.
Most other university early entry programs will only close later this year (July onwards).
Most applications for residency at residential colleges, especially those based on the University of Sydney campus, are now open!
University of Newcastle – Parent Webinar – Year 11 and 12
Tuesday 8 June 2021
6:00pm – 7:00pm
To register, CLICK HERE
Sam Doherty, the Senior Manager of Admissions, will be running a live University of Newcastle Parent Webinar, covering key topics such as how to apply to university and the various entry schemes that are available for your child.
A great session for parents with students in Year 11 and 12.
Year 10 Subject Selection Process
Students have been asked to complete their Morrisby Career assessment quiz during the holidays. There is still time to complete this and students will be reminded of this in the coming weeks, as well as advised of the full subject selection process that is undertaken at LN. This will take place during term 2 and 3.
University of Newcastle – Year 10 Subject Selection Webinar
Tuesday 25 May 2021
6:00pm – 7:00pm
To register, CLICK HERE
Wednesday webinars with University of Sydney (USYD)
Join USYD online each Wednesday afternoon to learn more about what the University can offer you! Upcoming webinars include:
- Bachelor of Advanced Studies
- Early Offer Year 12 (E12) Scheme
- Which music degree is right for me?
- Design computing portfolio pathway
- Sydney Law School student panel
HSC Subject Support Series – University of Wollongong (UoW)
UoW HSC Subject Support Series is designed in partnership with InpsirED to provide additional resources for students to successfully complete their final year of school and maximise their academic results.
From next Monday -26 April, UoW are running 18 free subject-specific online sessions delivered by experienced teaching professionals. In each hour-long session, students will be able to boost their knowledge and understanding of key subject content, and discover what exam markers and assessors are looking for.
For more information and to register, students should visit the UOW HSC Subject SupportSeries website.
During the months of April and May, UTS is hosting a series of live webinars with a team of academics, staff, and current students to answer all your engineering questions.
These live webinars are a great opportunity to learn more about different areas of engineering and related undergraduate courses with a dedicated session for each course area.
Registrations are now open, with the first webinar on the 27th of April. Click here to register for the UTS Engineering Webinars.
Schindler Lifts Panel
Schindler Lifts Australia brings together a panel of Schindler female employees to share their experience within the construction industry. Led by women from various roles, they will discuss why they pursued careers in the industry, and the successes and challenges they have experienced along the way.
The panellists will also share recommendations that they have for any woman considering to pursue a career in the construction industry or apply for a trade qualification.
The Careers Department – login page.
- School login: Loreto Normanhurst
- School password: LNH
Study Work Grow Subscription:
Click here and scroll down to the ‘Use your unique school code’ section and enter the code below
Our new unique school code is: LRNH19
Remember, the school code is unique to our school, so please ensure that wherever possible you keep this code within our school community.
Would you like to make an appointment with a career advisor?
The Careers Office is open to all students. The best thing to do is to send an email indicating your availability (study lessons for the seniors and break times for junior girls). Please email email@example.com.
Ms Katrina Smith and Ms Alexi Kayes