Loreto Careers Expo Evening
Who Will You Be?
Monday 29 February 7pm – 8:30pm
Year 10, 11 & 12 students and parents welcome.
A showcase of over 40 Careers, 25 Universities and Colleges and many Gap Year Opportunities all on display under one roof.
Come along – be inspired and informed.
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Students currently in Year 10:
Sydney University is introducing mathematics course prerequisites for some courses from 2019 to ‘help students thrive in their science, technology, engineering and mathematics related degrees and prepare them to tackle future career challenges’.
Students will need to achieve Band 4 in the NSW Higher School Certificate (HSC) Mathematics (not General Mathematics) to enroll in a range of courses, including economics, commerce, engineering and IT, psychology, pharmacy, veterinary science and science.
6 April 2016, 5:45pm to 7pm, York Lecture Theatre, Seymour Centre
Dr Karl Kruszelnicki will explore various science questions throughout the lecture. Some of these include looking at the Galapagos Islands and how radioactive you are.
While it’s difficult to pinpoint which roles will be most in-demand over the next decade and beyond, industry trends show where opportunities will likely lie. The early prediction is that health care and social assistance, education and training, technical services and construction, will provide more than half of all new employment opportunities between now and 2019 (Australian Government’s Industry Employment Projections 2015 report). Read what industry experts are saying is driving growth in these key areas.
- 27 February 2016
- 5 June 2016
- 6 August 2016
- 30 October 2016
The Network aims to teach girls how to code as well as provide insight into what it is like to be a girl in IT. Workshops run on the aforementioned dates at the University of Sydney.
16 March 2016, 6pm to 8:30pm, UNSW Built Environment Ground Floor Gallery
The information evening is aimed at high school students and their families and those who have already completed the HSC, are studying at TAFE, in a gap year, bridging course or already commenced work. Information will be provided on admission options, career pathways and an opportunity to speak to current students.
11 April, 9am to 4:30pm
Contact: Lois Carlton – firstname.lastname@example.org or 03 8344 8809
There is a great demand for qualified and registered chiropractors. This career delivers work-life balance, travel and self-employment opportunities. Students at our CBD campus learn from an award winning faculty using the best available facilities.
For dentistry, medicine and health science undergraduate level entry.
- Register by 3 June
- Testing on 27 July
Ms Carmel Donnan & Ms Katrina Smith