Applications are open for the Engineering & Technology Cadetships (ETCAD) Program.
If you are a Year 12 student who is interested in studying engineering or technology at university, why not consider applying for an ETCAD Cadetship?
Cadets combine study at the university of their choice with paid work at Cubic Transportation Systems. Cubic is a global leader in devising and running integrated transport management systems. In Sydney, the firm is responsible for the Opal card.
With an ETCAD Cadetship you will be launching your career from the start of university rather than competing with graduates at the end of their degree.
Applications close on 21 June.
Find out more and apply here – http://www.professionalcadets.com.au/engineering-technology-cadetships-how-they-work.asp