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Our aim is to provide you with all the latest information that will help you make decisions about your future career and your life beyond school.

You can use this site to locate University, TAFE and any other type of course across Australia, get information about the VCE, search for job vacancies and much more. Feel free to drop into the Careers Office if you have any questions.

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The University of Melbourne - Mathematics and Statistics Undergraduate Experience (Posted: 11/06/2021)

The University is hosting a 2-day free online undergraduate experience for students in Year 11-12. Throughout the event, students will gain insight into the mathematical and statistical courses on offer in the undergraduate degrees.  Students will be able to choose what lectures they attend (just like a university student) and work with academic staff and current undergraduate students in the tutorials and seminars that follow.

Given that the lectures provided are of an undergraduate level, students should be comfortable with most topics within VCE Mathematical Methods Units 3 & 4 (or equivalent).

Date:               Thursday 1 - Friday 2 July 2021
Time:               9.00am-3.30pm

Students should register their interest as soon as possible as places are limited and expressing an interest does not guarantee a place in the program. 

Register at 
Mathematics and Statistics Undergraduate Experience

Kind regards

Miss Hechenberger
Careers & Pathways Coordinator

ASMR - Medical Research Week(R) 2021 National Online Quiz (Posted: 01/06/2021)

Dear Students and Families,

Hope you are well.

The Australian Society for Medical Research (ASMR), are inviting Years 7-12 students to participate in the ASMR Medical Research Week® 2021 national online quiz.  This quiz aims to get students interested in medical research and familiar with new medical and health concepts.
 
Details are in the flyer attached, and the quiz closes on the 1st of July. Students can enter the 2021 quiz through the following link: https://asmr.org.au/asmr-mrw/asmr-mrw-schools-quiz/There are plenty of prizes up for grabs

The aim of this program is to encourage high school students to be the next generation of Australian medical researchers.

Kind regards,

Miss Hechenberger
Careers & Pathways Coordinator

The University of Melbourne - GIRL POWER IN ENGINEERING & IT CAMP (Posted: 01/06/2021)

Year 9 and 10 students are invited to attend the University of Melbourne's 3-night residential camp. Girl Power is a four-year program designed to teach girls about careers in Engineering & IT, while building a community of like-minded individuals.

Applications are now open.

Date: Sunday 4 – Wednesday 7 July

Apply now

Kind regards

Miss Hechenberger
Careers & Pathways Coordinator

The University of Melbourne - MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS UNDERGRADUATE EXPERIENCE (Posted: 01/06/2021)

The University is hosting a 2-day undergraduate experience for students in Year 11-12. Throughout the event, students will gain insight into the mathematical and statistical courses we offer in our undergraduate degrees. Students will be able to choose what lectures they attend (just like a University student!) and work with academic staff and current undergraduate students in the tutorials and seminars that follow.

Given that the lectures provided are of an undergraduate level, students should be comfortable with most topics within VCE Mathematical Methods Units 3 & 4 (or equivalent).

Date: Thursday 1 - Friday 2 July
When: 9.00am-3.30pm
Where: Online
Cost: Free

Register now

Get in touch

Note: Due to limited numbers, expressing interest does not guarantee a place in the program.

Kind regards

Miss Hechenberger
Careers & Pathways Coordinator

The University of Melbourne - NATIONAL YOUTH SCIENCE FORUM: 2022 APPLICATIONS OPEN (Posted: 01/06/2021)

The National Youth Science Forum (NYSF) Year 12 program is delivered over 12 days via a combination of in-person and digital events.

The NYSF program is designed to provide high school students with a deeper understanding of the broad.

Participants will enjoy:

• The opportunity to engage with industry partners and research providers
• Inspiring lectures and keynote speakers
• Hands-on workshops
• Expos and lively debates
• Social activities with fellow participants.

More information

Kind regards

Miss Hechenberger
Careers & Pathways Coordinator

MEET MELBOURNE ONLINE: ON DEMAND (Posted: 01/06/2021)

Did you miss Meet Melbourne Online last month? Recordings of our course information webinars are now available on our website.

View all recordings

Kind regards

Miss Hechenberger
Careers & Pathways Coordinator

Australian Society for Medical Research (ASMR) High School Careers Event (Posted: 27/05/2021)

Dear Student & Families,

The Australian Society for Medical Research (ASMR) is pleased to announce the 2021 High School Careers Evening, which will be held on Tuesday 8th June at 6:30pm AEST presented Online via ZOOM.
 
The goal of this event is to showcase a range of career opportunities in the health and medical sector to high school students in Years 9 to 12.
 
Please see attached flyer for more details. The link to register is https://www.trybooking.com/events/landing?eid=758621&
 
Kind Regards

Miss Hechenberger
Careers & Pathways Coordinator

Explore Army Gap Year opportunities (Posted: 27/05/2021)

Hi there,

An Army Support Gap Year role is a unique opportunity for students to experience life in the Army, without needing to make a long-term commitment. The skills obtained through the Army Support Gap Year program will provide them valuable work and life experience, which are transferable to civilian employment opportunities. It enables Gap Year members personal and professional development for their next endeavour.
 
In an Army Support role, recruits will learn logistic and task management skills to ensure the Army has the necessary supplies for exercises and humanitarian operations. Gap Year recruits can experience what life in the Army is like in one of three rewarding Army Support Gap Year roles. They may assist in the movement of supplies as a Driver, manage logistics as a Warehouse Coordinator, or become the point of contact within a unit as an Administration Assistant.

Gap Year applications are closing soon. Explore more about the Army Support Gap Year. Click a role below or contact Defence Force Recruiting on 13 19 01 for more information.

                                            Learn More

Warehouse Coordinator where you’ll take on a critical warehouse management and logistics role, acquiring valuable supply chain skills and distribute state-of-the-art military equipment that most people don’t get to see.

Driver where you’ll get behind the wheel of an exciting variety of high performing military vehicles, from a Mercedes Benz G-Wagon to a 110-tonne heavy equipment transporter designed to carry cargo like tanks.

Administration Assistant where you’ll learn to be an administration, communication and resource management specialist supporting your commanders and colleagues in barracks and on exercises.

Kind regards

Miss Hechenberger
Careers & Pathways Coordinator
 
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