Careers at Loreto Normanhurst
In 2016 the Careers Office will be open every day. Mrs Donnan will be in the office on the following days: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Ms Smith will be in on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Mrs Hallinan assists with the senior students studying an OTEN and/or TVET subjects. Students wishing to make an appointment can either simply pop in with their diary or email the careers department with their timetable and a suitable time can be scheduled.
MHSCAREERS NEWS NSW/ACT 8/2/16 attached
Our school community can access the news and calendar on mhscareers.com with:
Click the Like button on www.mhscareers.com
or https://www.facebook.com/mhscareers to make sure that you don’t miss any late breaking news.
For this week’s news on the website CLICK HERE
The Job Jump Website is a great tool for Parents and Students
Last year students in Year’s 9, 10 and 11 were emailed details for registering for a Careers Website – Job Jump. This website has valuable information on a range of careers and allows students and parents to have the careers news they wish sent to them directly. As a parent of Loreto Normanhurst you are welcome to use this valuable tool.
Simply register at: http://www.jobjump.com.au/ type in the name of our school, enter your personal email. The password is: lnh
Click here for more information on how to get the most out of using the website job jump.
Loreto Careers Expo Evening – a date for your diary
Any parent who wishes to help out on this night, be it to speak with our students/parents about your career/s or help set up please get in touch with either Mrs Carmel Donnan or Ms Katrina Smith.
Monday 29th Feburary 2016 7pm – 8:30pm
Year 10, 11 & 12 Students and Parents Welcome
Watch this space for more details
ANU are delighted to invite students and their parents to the national ANU Scholarship Roadshow, touring February and March 2016, where you can learn about the Tuckwell Scholarship program and the opportunities that applying for the scholarship can open up.
Hear from uniquely qualified individuals from ANU including Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) Professor Marnie Hughes-Warrington, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Student Experience) Professor Richard Baker, and our current Tuckwell Scholars.
Thursday 3 March
Key dates to apply for the 2017 Tuckwell Scholarships
Stage 1 Applications open: 29 February 2016
Stage 1 Applications due: 3pm (AEDT) 23 March 2016
Teacher Referee form due: 3pm (AEDT) 23 March 2016
Students get a taste of studying science at UTS, learn about cutting edge research and discover new career and study options. The program is free for all high school students.
Mrs Carmel Donnan & Ms Katrina Smith