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Tips for having a difficult conversation with your teen

With the federal election last week, your family might be following politics more closely than usual. Many teens and their friends feel quite strongly about certain issues, and it’s common for parents and teens to have differing views. Some teens also feel disappointed if the outcome of elections doesn’t align with what they wanted, and …

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The Breakthrough Junior Challenge

The Breakthrough Junior Challenge is an annual global competition for students to inspire creative thinking about science. Students ages 13 to 18 from countries across the globe are invited to create and submit original videos (1:30 minutes in length maximum) to explain a big idea in one of these fields: Physics Mathematics Life Sciences The …

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SKILL UP for your future with TasTAFE

There’s never been a better time to gain the skills you need for your future. SKILL UP courses enable you quickly upskill, reskill or gain new skills, ready to enter into employment or change careers as Tasmania continues to recover from COVID-19. Courses are fee-free and depending on the course you choose, take a few …

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BBA Photography Prize 2022

International open call to all photographers, above 18 years, all genders and nationalities. No restrictions on social, ethnic or educational background. So whether you are a seasoned fine art photographer with an existing track-record, a promising talent starting your journey or simply enthusiastic about photography. The BBA Photography Prize 2022 is a great opportunity to …

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National Youth Science Forum (NYSF) 2023

Applications are now open for students who want to be a part of the National Youth Science Forum in 2023! The NYSF Year 12 Program offers an exciting range of in-person and digital science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) experiences for participants across Australia. If you’re a year 11 student (in 2022) and passionate about …

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Apprenticeship pathways for students with a disability

Australian Apprenticeships & Traineeships Information Service (AATIS) in proud partnership with Melbourne Apprenticeship Disability Network (MADN) bring you a series of blog posts and resources to support those living with a disability, to understand Australian Apprenticeships and how they can be a viable pathway for all Australians. This blog will help you to understand your …

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My VET Journey

Vocational Education and Training (VET) opens doors to endless career opportunities. In this video, former VET students look back on their VET journey and how it shaped their successful careers. https://education.nsw.gov.au/public-schools/career-and-study-pathways/educational-pathways-program/resources/my-vet-journey Watch the full video here: https://education.nsw.gov.au/public-schools/career-and-study-pathways/educational-pathways-program/resources/my-vet-journey

Careers in the Correctional Services

Careers in the Correctional Services

In Australia, the Correctional Services industry provides management and supervision of offenders in prisons, juvenile and immigration detention; as well as parole services. You’ve probably heard of Correctional Officers (or Prison Officers), but there are lots of other jobs within the Correctional Services industry too. You could be working for one of the many services …

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How to find career-related information you can rely on

Welcome to the next article in our National Careers Week series – the theme for 2022 is “Career. More than just a job” and we’ve taken an in-depth look into what your career actually is, and what you can do to take control over it. Today, we share some fantastic places to find career-related information, …

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When is the right time to start learning about careers?

When is the right time to start learning about careers?

Welcome to the next article in our National Careers Week series – the theme for 2022 is “Career. More than just a job” and we’ve taken an in-depth look into what your career actually is, and what you can do to take control over it. Today, we think about when we should start teaching about …

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Youth KSP Poetry Award

The KSP Writers’ Centre is proud to present this annual poetry competition for Australian writers, which is free for youth to enter thanks to sponsorship from the Shire of Mundaring. Entries must be original and unpublished. All poetry styles and themes are acceptable. Entries close 29 September 2022. Find out more and enter here: https://www.kspwriterscentre.com/poetry-competition

What is Digital literacy and what does it mean for your career?

What is digital literacy and what does it mean for your career?

Welcome to the next article in our National Careers Week series – the theme for 2022 is “Career. More than just a job” and we’ve taken an in-depth look into what your career actually is, and what you can do to take control over it. Today, we dive into digital literacy, and in other posts …

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$20 Boss Awards by Young Change Agents

From a social enterprise that recycles metal waste and turns it into stunning garden art. Or a business that sells jewellery made from repurposed cutlery and utensils – $20 Boss students have come up with amazing businesses that positively contribute to their communities. Know a young person who should enter? Young people aged 10-18 who …

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STELR Careers in STEM Webinars

Each week throughout Term 2, STELR is running a series of webinars featuring different careers in STEM. These webinars give students the opportunity to meet Australian scientists and engineers. These free webinars are presented by STELR as part of the Victorian Challenge and Enrichment Series (VCES). All students around Australia are welcome to attend. Find …

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Defence Civilian Undergraduate Sponsorship

The Department of Defence is offering sponsorships to students who have completed their secondary education and are interested in pursuing a degree as a civilian student on campus at the UNSW Canberra at ADFA. Civilian students will learn alongside military cadets who are training in order to join the Australian Defence Force in either the …

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Understanding Your Money Online Course

Understanding Your Money is a self-paced online course for high school students, offered as part of the University of Pennsylvania’s Global Youth Program. This course offers an introduction to fundamental economic concepts, investing, and basic money management to help you make smarter financial decisions. In addition to online video lessons delivered by Wharton faculty, the …

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VEC professional development: Passport to Democracy

Join the Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC) for the Passport to Democracy Teacher Professional Learning event. This will be a FREE online and interactive masterclass, facilitated by trained educators for Victorian teachers of Civics and Citizenship. There are four all day sessions (9.30am – 3.00pm) to choose from which are specifically designed for primary, secondary, and …

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The Parliament Prize 2022

A competition for Victorian school students, from Grade 5 to Year 12. What would you say to parliament if you were an MP? Record your own 90-second Member’s Statement telling us about the issues that are important in your community. A prize of $500 and a commemorative trophy will be awarded to the first-placed entry …

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A letter to my Year 12 self

Wondering what it’s like to be a university student? Meet fourth-year Bachelor of Arts/Law student Jessie Xiao as she writes to her Year 12 self about all the experiences awaiting her at UNSW. Read the full article here: https://www.news.futurestudents.unsw.edu.au/letter-my-year-12-self-jessies-perspective

The Aviation Careers Mentor Program

The Aviation Careers Mentor Program

Be inspired, take control and map your path to an exciting aviation career.    The Aviation Careers Mentor Program is open for applications now! The Program is designed to help women access exciting career opportunities across the aviation industry, focuses on defining aviation career goals and building a plan to achieve these goals with the …

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Hear directly from experts in their field with the International Oyster Program

Access a full spectrum of interviews with experts in their own field. These interviews are specifically designed to give you insights into careers that you may be considering, or may not even be aware of. Hear what the professionals have done and what they look for. Why not connect with one of them and start …

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Parents Mastering Careers Conversations

Parents are the key influencers when it comes to their child’s post school decisions, yet 80% feel they don’t have enough information to have the conversation. Parents Mastering Careers Conversations helps bridge that gap in knowledge. It’s a presentation with four short and sharp topics on your teens future careers, skills needed, their future of …

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13YARN – National Support Line for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People

Lifeline Australia has launched the first national support line for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in crisis called 13YARN. The 24/7 phone line will give First Nations communities access to culturally responsive and safe support for social and emotional wellbeing when and where they need it. If you, or someone you know, are feeling …

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Jobs for people who love puzzles

Jobs for people who love puzzles

Puzzles can be toys, games, or problems that are designed to test your ingenuity. From jigsaw puzzles and computer games, to crosswords and sudoku, there are lots of different ways you could be entertained by a great puzzle. But there’s more to puzzling than just fun. You can learn useful skills (puzzles are often used …

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What’s the difference between a career, a job, and work?

What’s the difference between a career, a job, and work?

Welcome to the first in our National Careers Week series – the theme for 2022 is “Career. More than just a job” and we’ve taken an in-depth look into what your career actually is, and what you can do to take control over it. First up, we’ve defined what a ‘career’ actually is, and in …

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National Careers Week Activities Guide

NCW have created a brand new resource this year, packed full of activity ideas for students from years K-12 with ways to raise career awareness. Whether you’re a teacher, parent, or work with young people in any capacity, there are lots of great ideas. This free resource can be downloaded from their website here: https://careersweek.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/NCW-Activities-K-12.pdf

Join the ANCHDA Young People’s Advisory Group

If you’re passionate about having your voice heard and helping adults understand what life is like as a young person, then we want to hear from you! The Australian Child Health and Development Atlas will create a national interactive platform for visualising data on children and young people’s wellbeing and development. This includes data on …

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Who should go to open days

Who should go to open days

The short answer is everyone. Well that is to say anyone who is planning on a tertiary education (and that includes TAFE and VET of course). Perhaps you think that Year 12’s are the only people who should go to Open Days. Well they are definitely a large part of the target audience that’s for …

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Careers in Psychology

Careers in Psychology

Not sure what a career in Psychology is all about but intrigued by the idea? There are lots of fields of Psychology worth exploring, we’ve researched some of them.   What is a Psychologist? Let’s start with the basics. Psychology is the study of the human mind and behaviour, it’s classed as an applied science. …

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How do I get a Working With Children Check in Australia?

How do I get a Working With Children Check in Australia?

Thinking of working or volunteering with children or young people? Great! You may need to get a Working With Children Check (WWCC) before you can start. What is a Working With Children Check? A WWCC is an assessment of your character and your background. They’re there to make sure  that you are a responsible, good …

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2022 TCE Exam Dates

Here are the exam dates for TCE students in 2022 (updated 4 May 2022). Written examinations Tuesday 8 November – Friday 18 November Full timetable to be released Friday 26 August Folio, Practical, Oral and Display external assessment dates Wednesday 19 October – Friday 18 November TCE results released TBC Find out more here: https://www.tasc.tas.gov.au/students/years-11-and-12/preparing-for-exams/

How can I talk to the universities I'm thinking about?

How can I talk to the universities I’m thinking about?

Whether you’re planning to head off to university after high school or you’re still undecided, one of the best ways to get all your questions answered is to contact the universities directly. These days there are heaps of ways that you can reach out to them, they’ve made it pretty easy to get in touch. …

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work experience with council

Work experience with your local Council

Looking for somewhere to do your work experience? A great place to consider is your local Council. Many local Councils have structured work experience programs for high school students, as well as VET and university students looking for placements. They’re definitely worth considering on your work experience search.   Why should I do work experience …

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Casper Test 2023

Casper Test | 2023 Admissions

What is the Casper test?   The Casper test is an online situational judgement test. Like the UCAT, it is an extra step you need to take before being admitted to some university degrees. When taking the test, you are given a series of hypothetical scenarios, and then must answer questions about how you would …

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WA Gov 2022 Achiever Awards

The annual Achiever Awards provide financial assistance to young people aged 15 to 25 years who have been in the care of the Department of Communities and are undertaking further education and training. Nominations are invited into three award categories: University Achiever Award For a young person who has successfully completed Year 12 and is …

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Young ICT Explorers Competition

Young ICT Explorers (YICTE) is a non-profit competition, created by SAP, supported by CSIRO Digital Careers and The Smith Family with the help of Industry and University partners across Australia, to encourage primary and high school students in years 3-12 in Australia and New Zealand to solve real-world problems or showcase their passions using technology. …

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Billy Blue College of Design at Torrens University Australia – Bright Awards

A celebration of creative Year 10, 11 and 12 students, the Bright Awards recognise up-and-coming designers and support the future of the arts in high schools across Australia. Whether you’re just tapping into your talent or keen to show off your well-developed skills, Billy Blue College of Design’s Bright Awards give you the chance to …

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20 jobs that don’t exist anymore

20 jobs that don’t exist anymore

Humans are constantly inventing and innovating, so it makes sense that the way we live and the world around us is also constantly changing. Change or progress can sometimes mean that jobs that existed in the past may now be obsolete. Either we just don’t require that function anymore or we’ve developed alternatives.   Here …

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Tips for helping your child to manage their homework

In our research exploring how long students should be spending on homework and study each week, we spoke with the Australian Parents Council, who had this advice to share:   Tips for helping your child to manage their homework It’s hard to set exact guidelines for the amount of time kids should be spending on …

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Front Page Schools Competition

Front Page is an initiative of Nine and Australian Teachers of Media (ATOM). It provides Australian schools and classes with the opportunity to create and submit a short school newspaper, and win fantastic prizes in the process. Entry is free, and is open to all Australian schools and classes. Entries close Friday 26 August. Find …

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Dorothea Mackellar Poetry Awards

Entries to the Dorothea Mackellar Poetry Awards are now open for 2022. Students in all years from kindergarten to Year 12 can enter. This year the optional theme is “In My Opinion.” Entries are open until 30 June. Find out more and enter here: https://dorothea.com.au/how-to-enter/

Beautiful Minds Schools Program

Beautiful Minds has partnered with schools across Australia to help children and families reach their full potential. Our team of expert coaches has worked with more than 935 schools and 3.5 million children. At Beautiful Minds Schools, we have a clear vision: to improve the wellbeing of students and educators across Australia. All Beautiful Minds …

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Jobs for people who love sports

Jobs for people who love sports

Playing sports isn’t just fun and challenging – in addition to keeping fit, you could also develop some great skills that could be useful in life and transferable to your future workplaces.   Transferable skills you’ll gain from sports   If you’re a sports player, you’ll be well aware of the physical skills that you’ve …

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Creating positive habits in secondary school and beyond

Creating positive habits in secondary school and beyond

Helping anyone tackle the temptations of procrastination can be a challenge, particularly when those in need are young people. These days we are bombarded by distractions, notifications and different disruptions nearly constantly and sometimes I feel this is turned up to eleven for young people. When I was younger I would constantly fall into the …

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Co-op Scholarships

What you need to know about Co-op Scholarships

Successfully applying for a co-op scholarship could do much more for you than simply covering your costs.   Premium scholarships with extra value   Scholarships are generally sums of money donated to applicants who meet the eligibility requirements specific to that scholarship. There are thousands available in Australia. They could really make a difference to …

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Women in Music Mentor Program

The Women in Music Mentor program is a nation-wide mentoring and training program aimed at empowering women in the Australian music industry. With a focus on developing skills in contract negotiation, financial literacy, marketing and leadership, the program will pair mentees with mentors based on the goals the mentee wishes to achieve. Mentors commit to …

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Beacon Foundation School Programs

Beacon Foundation run a series of online and in-person workshops and programs to help inspire young people about their futures, including education and employment options. Their current programs include: High Impact Programs – a series of half and one-day work readiness programs boost employability skills and build real-life connections to the world of work for …

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DTF VIC Mentoring Women Program

The Mentoring Women program provides an opportunity for young women interested in economics to connect with female economists at the Department of Treasury and Finance. The program is open to high school students in Years 11 and 12, and university students who have not yet started their final year of undergraduate study. Students are paired …

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What Matters? Competition

What Matters? is a ‘catalyst for young thinkers and young writers to develop a perspective, a point of view, on where we’re heading as a society’. Inspired by Gough Whitlam’s commitment to involving young people in the shaping of Australia’s future, the competition is currently open to school students in years 5 to 12 from …

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QUT Future You STEM

QUT Future You is set to teach students the importance of a STEM mindset, helping to guide a new generation of leaders, entrepreneurs, and innovators to build the jobs of Australia’s future. QUT Future You includes the STEM Summit and STEM Internships and is open to high-achieving Year 11 and 12 high-school students. Delivered in …

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Australia’s First Degree Apprenticeship Program

BAE Systems Australia and the employer association Ai Group will launch the nation’s first degree apprenticeship program in 2023. The program will be delivered by Victoria University, and aims to increase skilled participation in major defence projects. The program has already received the endorsement of major employers in the sector. The program will include on-the-job …

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ATYP National Studio

Since 2010 ATYP’s iconic National Studio has been dedicated exclusively to emerging playwrights and their practice. Each year, 20 emerging writers (aged 18-26) are selected from all over Australia to spend a week in rural NSW. Over the week, writers will create short pieces for the stage that have a chance at being published by …

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CQUni I Pathway to Medicine

CQU’s Bachelor of Medical Science (Pathway to Medicine) provides a dedicated provisional entry pathway into UQ’s Doctor of Medicine. Delivered regionally at CQU’s Bundaberg and Rockhampton campuses, this course is an Australian first university hospital partnership between CQU, UQ and the Central Queensland and Wide Bay Hospital and Health Services. You’ll need to sit the …

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School-Based Apprenticeships

Are you looking to get a head-start on your career? A School-Based Apprenticeship might be the thing for you.   What are they?   A school-based apprenticeship is like any other apprenticeship or traineeship, but it begins while you are still studying at school, usually in years 10, 11 or 12. You will have the …

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University of Sydney | Kickstart Science

Kickstart workshops give HSC students a chance to do experiments and demonstrations of key ideas in the syllabus that are difficult to do in the classroom. These HSC syllabus-focussed workshops cover key topics and experiments that require equipment or expertise in areas that many schools may not be able to provide. Our expert science communicator …

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Career Design and its importance in finding the right pathway

Finding the right pathway can seem daunting for not only students but career practitioners and parents alike. Here at Arrive & Thrive we see many individuals and families feel completely overwhelmed by the process and unsure of how to start the journey of actually looking and comparing pathways.   Our number one advice in exploring any …

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Time management hack | The Pomodoro Technique

Time management hack | The Pomodoro Technique

If you’re struggling to be productive, finish assignments, meet deadlines, or get your revision going smoothly, the Pomodoro Technique could make a difference. A time management hack, it’s all about breaking tasks (and time) down into shorter, more manageable chunks and taking regular breaks. Developed by Francesco Cirillo in the late 1980s, when he used …

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Indigenous Mentoring Programs

Indigenous Mentoring Programs

Indigenous Mentoring Programs are designed to help you get the most out of your education – at high school, TAFE or uni – or to open up opportunities through networking and experiences. Mentors could help you achieve all that and more by working on building your confidence, inspiring and motivating you, supporting you and believing …

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Atlas of Living Australia Classroom Resources

The ALA has a wide variety of Classroom Activities that align with the Australian Curriculum. Activities are available for all ages from Foundation through Year 12 and they can be easily amended to suit your needs and your local area. The ALA classroom activities From Foundation through Year 8 guide teachers through suggested discussions with …

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Working at the election

Along with the election coming up in May, there are a ton of temporary jobs opening up as well. If you have an interest in politics, this could be a great way to get your foot in the door. It’s also a great way of adding valuable work experience to your resume. Many of the …

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2022 School Poetry and Short Story Writing Competition

Entry is open to the 2022 Schools Poetry & Short Story ‘National Treasures’ Writing Competition. Students all over Australia are invited to enter their poems or short stories, and battle it out for the great cash prizes on offer. There is no theme. Entrants are encouraged to let their imaginations run wild and write on …

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Liam and Frankie Davison Award

Each year RANZCOG invites senior secondary students resident in Australia or New Zealand to apply for the Liam and Frankie Davison Award for outstanding achievement in literary writing on Women’s Health. This $1000 award provides an exciting opportunity for students, whether they are interested in medicine, science, mental health, sociology, politics or law. Entrants can …

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Personal Brand Development in high school and why it’s so important

Personal Brand Development in high school and why it’s so important

by Tyson Day   A friend of mine said to me once that ‘personal brand will be the new career currency’. When they said this, it resonated immediately with me as I personally had experienced the benefits of an established positive personal brand and equally the difficulties of not having developed a personal brand earlier …

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Are you enrolled to vote?

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard that there’s an election coming up really soon. And if you’re already 18, that means you’ll need to vote. So how can you prepare yourself for voting? Here’s everything you need to know about enrolling to vote, and what to do on the day.   …

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MedEntry Free UCAT Bootcamp

Let the leaders in medical entry guide you through UCAT, medical interviews and the admissions process with this free two-hour information session. The MedEntry UCAT Bootcamp covers: Tips from Dr Ray on how to secure your place in medicine Step-by-step breakdown of UCAT Strategies from students who achieved 99th percentile Techniques to maximise your performance …

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Careers for creative people

Careers for creative people

Creativity noun “The use of imagination or original ideas to create something; inventiveness.” Creativity, imagination, artist ability, inventiveness, originality, expressiveness. If any of these words describe skills that you’re strongest or most passionate about, then a career in art and design could be worth exploring.   What are some careers for creative personalities?   There …

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World Challenge Australasia

World Challenge provides educational expeditions in exciting environments, which teach life skills and expand minds outside the classroom. Their bespoke 1 to 6-week student travel itineraries foster team spirit and leadership skills. There are a wide range of domestic and international school travel opportunities for both Australian and New Zealand schools. These trips are packed …

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SolarBuddy Education Programs

SolarBuddy is dedicated to educating and empowering future leaders to be skilled in sustainable technologies and versed in equity issues. Our education program encourages student collaboration, intercultural understanding, and creative and critical thinking while inspiring students to consider how innovative design solutions can transform lives. Designed by education experts, our program is aligned to ACARA …

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GroupTogether Card Design Competition

Feeling creative? Design a greeting card for GroupTogether! The winner will take home a $500 eGift Card and the design will be available on the GroupTogether platform worldwide. Receiving a GroupTogether card with messages and photos from the whole gang is truly special. We’re looking for original card designs that you’d love to receive from …

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Shark Tank eSchool

Shark Tank eSchool is a project-based learning program designed by Marketing Innovation Entrepreneurship Lab (MIELab). It’s delivered by teachers in the classroom supported by Shark Tank eSchool modules and Charles Sturt University. Students work their ‘big idea’ across eight modules from the start of Term 3. They will learn core skills, including creativity, innovation, critical …

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When Can I Start Work?

A big part of growing up is starting work. It can be great to have some extra money for yourself, feel more independent, as well as learning the skills you’ll need in the workforce for the rest of your life. But before you get too keen, there are some things you need to know before …

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New Grandshake Upskilling Microprograms

Grandshake have just announced two new free Upskilling Microprograms for high school students. Each short 40 minute program will teach you important skills for the workplace, and give you practical tips on how you can use your new skills in your career. The two new programs are: Negotiation skills Project management skills See all of …

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ASX Schools Sharemarket Game

The ASX Schools Sharemarket Game is a fun way for students to learn about economics and the sharemarket in Australia. Students receive a virtual $50,000 they can invest over a 10 week period, in over 200 companies listed on the ASX. The prices students buy and sell at are the same prices as they would …

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Join the Country to Canberra Blogging Team

Country to Canberra has created an exciting online community that empowers young women to build their advocacy skills. We support girls that want to write about their lives and the issues they’re passionate about. The type of bloggers we’re looking for should: Be 13-18 years old from rural Australia; Be keen to write a 300-500 …

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Microsoft Mondays

Ready to learn amazing things and make some new friends? Girl Geek Academy and Microsoft have teamed up to present weekly online workshops to high school girls interested in coding and technology. Designed specifically for high school girls, you’ll hang out, meet new mates, and learn a new tech skill every Monday afternoon from 5:00-6:30pm …

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Join ERA’s Young Women’s Advisory Group (YWAG)

Applications to join ERA’s Young Women’s Advisory Group (YWAG) are open! Are you a young woman or non-binary person under the age of 30? Are you interested in and passionate about Young Women’s issues and Intersectional Feminism? Want to work with a group of other passionate young feminists? The Young Women’s Advisory Group (YWAG) to …

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