The right information could change your life
The world is changing fast.
Gone are the days when someone just ‘got a job’ and retired still doing the same thing, 40 years later.
At Study Work Grow, we’re all about finding information that can change a student’s life forever. Whether it’s a breakthrough university course, an amazing scholarship or an experience day that’s not to be missed, our research team will find it.
Shared with you via email, web and social media, it’s why we’re the #1 news service in Australia for high schools (and have been since 2006).
“…the courses, competitions, scholarships etc helped me to motivate my children. And there was information on some opportunities, workshops etc that a) we wouldn’t have known existed and b) broadened their horizons as to what they might consider doing next…”
– A. Dixon, Parent
Comprehensive, up-to-date, and unbiased
Whether you’re a school, student, parent or job-seeker, we provide the relevant information you need to inform your career decisions.
We empower you to build a smart career on your own terms, with easy-to-use tools and resources covering everything you need to know.
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We scour thousands of sources each week to bring you all the latest careers events, open days, info sessions, resources and more, then we deliver everything into your inbox as often as you choose.
Plus, you’ll find all our resources, career guides, money tips, scholarships and more online, so they’re always there when you need them.
Discover a career you'll love
For some people, their job is their passion. Often called the ‘lucky ones’, studies show that people who enjoy their jobs live happier, healthier lives (and are usually more financially satisfied as well).
By becoming informed about your options, you’re more likely to take an active role in your career selection, instead of taking the first job you can find, giving you more control over what you do with your life.
It's easy to get started
We’ll walk you through everything – simply choose the areas you’re interested in and we’ll do the rest. Students can choose what types of information they receive, and how often they receive it, plus gain access to all our resources, with more being launched all the time.
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See everything that’s happening in your area or across the country. Search, sort and filter – and then add the events you want to your own Gmail or iCal calendars.
Support for career-builders
Finding work or study opportunities can be hard – that’s why we’ve created a host of resources to put you on the right track.
We’ll help you with everything you need, from creating a professional resume, to filing your first tax return, applying for university and everything in between.
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If your school doesn’t subscribe, you can get an individual 12 month subscription to our service for just $59 inc GST.
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