How can a Careers Advisor help you?

The Careers office is open Wednesday – Friday and can offer all students assistance with: 

  • Subject selection and/or changes
  • Post school options including courses available at university, college and TAFE
  • Work experience
  • Resume writing
  • Job interviewing skills
  • Gap Year options and applications
  • Finding part time work
  • Scholarships and cadetships


Would you like to make an appointment 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 contact via email    or the Careers Team


Ms Katrina Smith

Careers Advisor


Careers Opportunities


University of Sydney: Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies

Indigenous Australian Engineering School (IAES)

From 13-19 January 2019, the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies at the University of Sydney will host the Indigenous Australian Engineering School (IAES), funded by Engineering Aid Australia.

The IAES Program gives 20 Indigenous high school students from across Australia, who are entering Years 10, 11 and 12 in 2019, the opportunity to come to Sydney and explore the possibilities of studying and working within various fields of engineering.

The IAES Program is fully sponsored with all activities, accommodation, flights and meals covered by Engineering Aid Australia and the University of Sydney. The week-long program will involve site visits to key Sydney locations, curriculum exercises and participation in cultural activities. Further highlights include networking opportunities with engineering industry representatives and recreational activities on Sydney Harbour.

Interested Indigenous students with a high aptitude in maths and science who are interested in engineering, are strongly encouraged to apply.

Download the   brochure & application form   for more information.

Please ensure that applications are submitted by 25 October 2018.

AFTRS Industry Certificates: Taster Sessions & Info Night

Tuesday 30 October 
Moore Park

The evening includes a panel discussion with industry experts on  how to develop and advance a career in TV, plus there will be three practical taster sessions giving you an insight into some of our new industry certificates which offer broader digital/online skills: Digital Producer, Writing a Web Series and Content Creation.

If you sign up to any of the Industry Certificate courses on the night, you will receive a further 10% discount on early bird rates.

Register here

L’Oreal Australia – Girls in Science Forum

Tuesday 13 November 
Kensington, NSW

Best suited for female students in Years 9, 10 and 11 – where students with a passion for science can hear about the Fellow’s research and experience as woman scientists, whilst also discuss the potential for future study or careers in science.

Find out more 

Charlie Bell Scholarship

The Charlie Bell Scholarship for Future Leaders will reward successful candidates with a contribution of up to $15,000 towards tuition fees for their chosen undergraduate or post graduate study.

The applicant must be employed by McDonald’s or its franchisees.

All short-listed applicants will be presented with an opportunity to participate in a leadership program, facilitated by DDI Asia Pacific, focused on the fundamentals of leadership, how to better motivate people and provide feedback and the personal attributes that can enable or derail leaders.

Entries for 2019 Scholarships close on Friday 19 October.

Apply here

The Parents’ Guide To Uni – Podcast Series

USQ School Engagement team have launched the   Parents’ Guide to Uni Podcast series. This initial seven-episode podcast series is designed to help you understand university so that you can support your child or children when they are deciding what to do after school. You’ll hear from parents, academics, career practitioners and students.   Episodes one  and two  are available now, with more being added weekly.

What’s on this weekend:

Saturday 20 October

Code Next Hackathon

Invictus Games – Sydney

SAE Qantm – Study for a Day


Sunday 21 October

Castle Hill Library – HSC Study on Sundays