You’ll find answers to the questions we hear most below, but if you can’t find the answer you need on this list, or would just like to speak to us in person then we’d love to hear from you. Just drop us a line and we’ll be in touch ASAP.
Study Work Grow is Australia’s #1 careers news service, designed for Careers Advisors and Guidance Counsellors at Australian Secondary Schools.
Subscribers can access an ever-expanding range of online resources, and receive our careers newsletter each week. They also get access to exclusive offers, discounts, and event previews from some of Australia’s leading universities, TAFEs, and private colleges.
Everything that might help students build their career goes into our newsletters, including jobs, apprenticeships, internships, cadetships, university and TAFE information, resume building opportunities, open days, new university courses & campus openings, workshops, competitions, scholarships, prizes and much more.
Each week, our team of dedicated researchers search hundreds of resources cross-reference each with our previous news items to bring you the latest info from your state, as well as relevant national news.
Sure! We’ve built a fantastic resource centre that’s completely free to use, you can find it here.
There’s lots of information about post-school options, including information that can help you make decisions about further study, tools to help you apply for a job, and info about support services, including financial support.
Teachers are free to use the information in class and with their students.
Ask your school’s Careers Advisor or Guidance Counsellor – they’ll be able to give you the school’s code so you can login to the system.
If your school doesn’t subscribe and you’d like them to then you can fill in the Nominate Your School form on the contact page, and we’ll get in touch with your Careers Advisor or Guidance Counsellor on your behalf.
FAQs for Schools
A 12-month subscription costs just $330 (+ GST), which works out to be $8.25 per school week.
We know budget constraints are getting harder, which is why we haven’t increased our prices since 2009, and we work hard to find ways that keep costs down to school wherever possible.
Your subscription covers everything you need, including your own modern school careers website, weekly newsletters tailored for your school, and access to all our classroom resources, tools and database.
Plus, get full support from our friendly team, and we’ll look after everything for you so you can spend more time supporting your students.
How does a FREE 30-day trial sound?
You’ll be able to explore our online resources, create your own newsletters (entirely school branded), and plan your year with our events calendar.
We’ll even build you your own school website which you can start using straight away.
Give your students and parents your unique code and they can register for your website, check out your newsletters, add events to their calendars, use your resources and tools, and even book a time to meet with you.
The only thing you can’t do on trial is get a Premium Domain name, everything else is included.
Yes, you can subscribe for 6 months for $180.00 ex GST and 3 years for $799.00 ex GST (saving $191.00).
Definitely (that’s the whole point).
Your teachers and students can all sign up to receive the newsletters – we suggest getting your teachers to sign up, then they can also share items that are relevant to their subjects in class, and know about opportunities when speaking with specific students.
Your students and their parents can sign up using the unique code we provide when you subscribe. It’s easy for them to subscribe and they have full control to unsubscribe whenever they choose, and it’s a fantastic service you can offer your school community.
You have complete control over what news items your students see, and if you choose to have your own school branded website they won’t even know we exist – your website and newsletters will have your name and contact details (not ours) so you can take all the credit.
You’re welcome to share the news items, events, and resources as much as you like.
While some of the pages of your website are open and available for anyone without a login to access (for example, the careers pages) if your school community want to view individual items, add events to their calendars, or download your forms they will need to be logged in.
It’s easy and free for them to log in to your website, using the secure code we give you when you sign up. When you share items (for example on Facebook), your students and parents can click the link, log in, and view the item on their PC, mobile or tablet.
Yes – we’ve designed our Newsletter Creator to be quick and easy to use, so you can create beautifully designed, professional careers newsletters to share with your school community.
We’ve made it easy for you to brand your newsletters with your school name, logo, colours and more, and you can customise the type of news that goes into your newsletters. You can even add your items if you choose.
We recognise that every school is different, and that not all schools want to see the same news. It can be difficult to reach students at the best of times, and bombarding them with irrelevant information can make them ‘tune out’.
So you can choose the type of information they see, and how often they see it.
For example, if you live in Sydney you might not want your students to see information for people living on the North Coast of NSW. And schools in Albury-Wodonga may want to see information for Melbourne, Canberra and Sydney, as well as news from their region. Wherever you live, we’ll make sure you only see news from the regions you’re interested in.
You can also choose to exclude certain types of information, such as removing articles about School-Based VET if your students aren’t offered it. When you sign up you’ll be able to choose the types of news items and events you want to see.
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PS: If it’s a weekend or after normal working hours, we’ll contact you on the next working day.