Year 12 Careers Conference – ‘Beyond the School Gates’
Would you like to join Year 12 students for a working lunch?
Life beyond the Loreto Normanhurst school gates can be incredibly exciting for many Year 12 students. Learning to navigate these early post school years can, however, be challenging with dreams and hopes often not going to plan or university courses not working out – the trials and tribulations of life beyond school.
This year we are holding a Year 12 Careers Conference to look at some of the issues students may face after school which will assist the girls as they begin to prepare for life ‘Beyond the School Gates’.
Keynote speaker Jen Harwood is an award-winning inspirational and motivational speaker on the topics of business networking, leadership, confidence and building great teams. She will inspire and motivate the girls to build confidence with their networking skills and her presentation will be followed by lunch where the girls will have the opportunity to practice what they have learnt.
We are looking for volunteers to join Year 12 students at lunch to practice chatting to people they don’t know, asking questions and listening to responses – the valuable skills of networking which is required in all industries today.
Date: Thursday 28 June
Time: 11.30am-1.30pm (presentation and lunch)
Venue: Loreto Normanhurst Gymnasium
To volunteer or for further information please email the Careers Team or telephone 02 9473 7424
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Book a Meeting with the Careers Advisor – we welcome students in all years
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 the Careers Team.
Mrs Carmel Donnan & Ms Katrina Smith
Explore career options at TAFE NSW Information Week 18-29 June
TAFE NSW will be opening its doors to future students seeking course info and help with enrolments. Students can join interactive info sessions and explore state-of-the-art facilities. Find your nearest information session on their website.
Northern Sydney Apprenticeship & Traineeship Expo – 16th August, 2018
The Northern Sydney Apprenticeships and Traineeships Expo will be held at The Concourse – Civic Pavilion, Chatswood NSW on Thursday 16th August 2018 from 3.30 – 6.30pm.
This is a free event and a great opportunity for students, parents and carers to learn how to get an apprenticeship and talk to one of more than 40 organisations who will be present.
More info at: facebook.com/NSExpo2018
UTS: Experience Day
Experience UTS Day is coming up on Thursday 12 July. The day gives students the chance to get a taste of a range of study areas of interest, through building a personalised timetable for the day.
- A hands-on workshops day for Years 11 and 12 students
- Hosted at UTS City campus on Thursday 12 July
- 60+ workshops available across all UTS faculties
- Lunch is provided by UTS and the event is free.
Workshops include: Law’s ‘Justice is Served’, Transdisciplinary Innovation’s ‘Imagine and Create The Future’, Science’s ‘Forensics Whodunnit’ + many more.
Registration is currently open and places for the day fill fast. Students should visit the Experience UTS Day website to register
Charles Sturt University MyDays
Find out what CSU is really like. CSU will have MyDay events at Bathurst, Port Macquarie, Albury-Wodonga, Dubbo and Wagga Wagga campuses during dates in June and July. Parents are very welcome.
Click here to find out more information and register.
Explore NIDA on June 16 Open Day
NIDA Open Day is a great opportunity to find out more about our courses, the application process and student life. Experience all that NIDA has to offer through performances, workshops and presentations by our team of educators and alumni. Saturday 16 June 2018, 9am–4pm.
OPEN DAY FREE ENTRY – World Food Festival – Kenvale College
Travel the world with your taste buds as Kenvale take you on a culinary journey at World Food Festival! > Find out more about future career possibilities from our industry leaders > Get first-hand advice from our current students > Tour the campus and get your questions answered Sat 1 September | 11:30am-1:30pm | Kenvale College – 38 High St Randwick NSW 2031
Bond University Scholarships Open Now
Bond University scholarships are available to Year 12 students who excel in academic, community leadership and sporting pursuits. Applications are now open. Students wishing to apply for a scholarship will be required to complete a Bond University Study Application Form before commencing the Scholarship Application. Visit bond.edu.au/scholarships for more information or contact 1800 074 074.
ANU New Admissions for 2020
The way domestic undergraduate students apply to ANU is changing. This new approach will be first in the nation, making it easier for students to choose Australia’s national university. The change launches in March 2019 for domestic school leaver applicants who will commence undergraduate programs in Semester 1, 2020.
Community service as important as ATAR for Year 12s in ANU overhaul
In a new scheme designed to diversify the university’s ranks, school leavers will be asked to meet a minimum threshold of community service and extra-curricular activity such as working part-time, playing sport or volunteering, on top of achieving the right score for their degree.
ANU vice-chancellor Professor Brian Schmidt said students were more than “just a score” and had unique skills on offer from time spent volunteering, working part-time, excelling in sports or performance or participating in student leadership.
You can find out if you meet the tests here
NSW Police Recruitment Info Session
16 June | 9am | Parramatta
The Recruitment Information Session for the 16 June 2018 is NOW LIVE.
Get in early as registrations fill quickly.
Rio Tinto Apprenticeships – 2019 Intake Applications Open July
Applications open soon for Rio Tinto’s incredible apprenticeship program. If you’re interested, then do your research and start putting your documents together to apply.
The 4 year program offers qualifications in the following areas – electrician, heavy duty diesel mechanic, mechanical fitter, and light vehicle maintenance.
Applications will be advertised here
Australian College of Nursing – Scholarship Resources
There are lots of scholarships for people who want to become nurses. The list below contains some scholarships for people with qualifications, as well as for those who want to start their training.
AVCAT Scholarships are opening soon
If you have a parent or grandparent with service in the ADF you may be eligible for one of these scholarships – check out the details to see if you can apply.
BDO Cadet | Career Opportunities
BDO are currently recruiting for Cadet opportunities at BDO, within our Audit, Tax and Business Services teams. They are specifically targeting students who are looking to study part-time and work full-time after they leave school, and who will be studying a degree in Accounting, or Business majoring in Accounting and looking to begin a career as a Cadet next year.
The opportunities are currently open for applications and close on the 20 July.
Students can apply here.
The University of Melbourne
The University is hosting an Information Day for interstate students at our Parkville campus on Thursday 12 July 9:00am – 6:00pm.
The day will focus on aspects of the university that are of greater concern to interstate students such as the application process, scholarships, student services, accommodation options and financial assistance. Participants will have an opportunity to ask current University of Melbourne students who have come from interstate about their experience and how they managed the transition. The program will also include a campus tour followed by a free lunch at one of the residential colleges and a college tour. Optional additional accommodation tours will take place after the official program has ended.
Also the University of Melbourne will host another event Friday 13 July ‘A Day at Melbourne’ where students will find out about their undergraduate courses structure, majors, graduate pathways, enhancement programs and activities that can be done within each faculty.
Click here to find out more about the A Day at Melbourne program.