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UAC Student Lifestyle Report

UAC have just released their most recent Student Lifestyle Report – they’ve asked 13,000 of last year’s Year 12s about their interests, dreams, hopes and intentions. It’s a really interesting report, and well worth a read for anyone who supports students (or sells to students – there’s a whole section on their favourite brands etc…) …

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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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Documentaries for the Classroom

Documentary Australia have gathered a variety of recently released documentary films that have quality resources mapped to the Australian Curriculum. They’ve collated all the information you need to use these documentaries in the classroom. You’ll find links to where you can access the documentaries, their educational resources, Australian Curriculum subjects, topics covered and other related …

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ABC Education Mini Lessons

In these ten-minute lessons, Australian teachers teach fundamental skills in English, maths and science. These mini lessons are co-designed with teachers and produced with the support of Australian schools, the NSW Department of Education, and the Department of Education and Training (Victoria). See the full library here: https://www.abc.net.au/education/collections/mini-lessons/

World Ocean Day for Schools 2022

We’re on a mission to protect our ocean – and we need your help! We believe that you can be an ocean advocate no matter where you live. We’re expanding our focus from just an ocean story to a water story. That means we’re exploring blue spaces everywhere – and how they connect back to …

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High Resolves Program

High Resolves delivers citizenship education experiences that help students develop critical life skills. Educators can customise our learning programs to help students explore social responsibility, empathy and resilience, and learn how to think independently, collaborate and problem-solve. We have a range of solutions aligned to Australian curriculum objectives, including: Immersive workshops for high school students, …

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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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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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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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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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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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From The Field Podcast

From The Field is a podcast series that takes you inside the Australian cotton industry. Cotton Australia talks to a wide variety of people working in the industry, giving you an insight into what it’s like living in a cotton community, the role of women in the industry, mental health in farming communities, the effects …

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Australian Consumer Law Teaching Resources

The ACL regulators recognise the importance of having confident young people who are aware of their consumer and financial rights. Through the early teaching of consumer and financial literacy, Australian school students will have the opportunity to develop sound consumer and financial knowledge, skills and behaviours from an early age that will equip them to …

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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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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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Jarlarla Program

Jarlarla™ is an innovative new Professional Development activity designed to ignite your passion to incorporate Indigenous Knowledges into your Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) curriculum and beyond. Through practical, on country, hands on activities, you will gain a deeper understanding of how to successfully: Incorporate Indigenous Knowledges in the STEM curriculum Develop culturally responsive …

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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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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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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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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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Take a tour of Government House

If you’re into politics, and interested in learning all that you can, taking a tour of Government or Parliament houses is a great way to find out more. Here’s what we’ve found for you: Government House, Brisbane, Queensland – they hold 40 minute public tours at scheduled dates through the year – you’ll need to …

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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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R U OK? Educator Hub

The R U OK? Educator Hub contains a variety of free resources, activities and presentations for schools, to help primary and secondary students to understand more about R U OK? and looking out for one another. The new R U OK? secondary schools presentation can be utilised by anyone who wants to introduce high school …

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Earthwatch Institute Student Challenge

Calling all students in Years 10, 11 and 12 with a sense of adventure and burn to contribute to real-world environmental issues! Full scholarships are available for you to join in week-long research expeditions during your school holidays. You’ll live and work in the field alongside Earthwatch scientists, doing hands-on research work like surveying fauna …

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Partners in Parenting PLUS (PiP+)

Monash University and Prevention United are offering free access to the Partners in Parenting PLUS (PiP+) program. PiP+ is an award-winning, evidence-based online parenting program designed to empower parents to make sense of adolescence and raise their teenager with confidence. PiP+ includes features such as: A new module providing expert-endorsed information about parenting through the …

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Brand new Skillsroad website is here

Skillsroad are excited to announce that they have just launched their brand new website. It’s filled to the brim with advice, resources, teaching materials, and interactive quizzes to help you steer your students in the right direction after school. The content has been streamlined and edited for 2022’s modern students, making it your one-stop shop …

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goIT

goIT | Free Digital Innovation & Career readiness program

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has launched a digital innovation and STEM program called ‘goIT’. This is a global initiative that has been adopted and adapted to suit the Australian & New Zealand curriculum empowering the digital innovators of tomorrow. goIT is a fun, flexible and free initiative to introduce students from years 5 – 10 …

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Key Takeaways from the National Microcredentials Framework

The Department of Education, Skills and Employment has just released the new National Microcredentials Framework, and we’ve taken a look at what it says and what it means for schools and school leavers. Microcredentials have been around for a few years now, and the rising popularity of platforms like EdX and LinkedIn Learning means that …

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Study Abroad with WEP Student Exchange

Study Abroad with WEP Student Exchange

A WEP student exchange is the opportunity for students to exchange their school, culture, family and possibly language for a selected time period in another country. It could be more rewarding than simply being a tourist, as you’ll live like locals and acquire knowledge not available to the general traveller. It is a once in …

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National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence 2022

Today the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence (NDA) is celebrating 12 years of action, working towards finding workable solutions both in schools and communities to help prevent bullying. The theme for this year is Kindness Culture – it starts with you. It’s about promoting inclusion, respect and belonging for all students at all …

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VTAC & SEAS Updates for Careers Advisors

On Wednesday this week we attended the really useful VTAC webinar about recent updates to VTAC and SEAS. Here are some of the key takeaways: Key Dates for 2022/2023 Applications:   Course, SEAS and Scholarship Applications OPEN on 1 August 2022 On time Course Applications CLOSE 29 September SEAS and Scholarship Applications CLOSE 17 October …

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Regional Scribes Program

Regional Arts Australia invites people aged 18-24 with an interest in storytelling and writing to submit an EOI to be part of Regional Scribes. Regional Scribes is an opportunity for young people in any stage of their writing and storytelling journeys to overcome the vastness of space and isolation by coming together virtually to meet …

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Job Interview Questions Template

Interviews are a key part of the hiring process, but it can be difficult to know what questions to ask. Business Victoria have developed a job interview template that provides some general interview questions. This can be a great starting point to show students what to expect in a job interview, or even to use …

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National Skills Commission – Skills Clusters

Skills clusters show groups of similar specialist tasks. The specialist tasks are designed to describe day-to-day work within an occupation. These tasks are broadly transferable – if you can do one task in the cluster, you can do the others. Skills clusters illustrate a new way of looking at the labour market at a ‘deeper’ …

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Be part of the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games Legacy Committee

The Queensland Government are looking for 12 people from across Queensland to be members of the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games Legacy Committee, including one young Queenslander (16–18) as the youth representative. Committee members are invited to share their diversity, experience and expertise to provide advice on legacy opportunities, advocate for and promote legacy …

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setting milestones

Setting milestones

So, you’ve sat down, done the thinking, and how you have a refined list of your dream goals. Now what? When you’re just looking at the end result, it might seem a bit scary and like a lot of work. How are you supposed to get from where you are now to your end goal? …

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Farming Gap Years

Want to spend your gap year travelling around the country, experiencing life in the country, and gaining valuable work experience? You might like to consider taking a farming gap year. There are opportunities available all around Australia in all kinds of roles – whether you’d like to work with animals, spend time picking fruit, or …

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11 tips for talking to your teen about their career

Not sure how to talk to your teen about their career? You’re not alone. Research shows that parents are the most significant influence on their child’s career decisions, which puts a lot of pressure on you to get it right. But talking to your teen about their career isn’t easy – they may avoid the …

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Create your resume

Create your resume

Applying for jobs (and sometimes when you’re applying to tertiary education), you’ll need a resume. A resume or CV (Curriculum Vitae), is a document which details your work and study history, including all of your achievements and skills so far. You’ll need to provide all the essential details in a professional looking, easy-to-read format. Keep …

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achievable goals

Setting achievable goals

When it comes to setting goals, the sky’s the limit, right? But there’s a difference between setting goals that sound good, and ones that are actually achievable. If we set achievable goals, we’re much more likely to follow through and complete it. That’s not to say you can’t aim high – but you need to …

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Great cover letters open doors

Writing a cover letter when you’re applying or looking for work is a great idea (unless you’re specifically requested not to). If your resume or application is the main course, then your cover letter is the appetiser. It allows potential employers to see a glimpse of you. Shows that you recognise the skills and attributes …

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New Career Education Strategy for South Australia

The South Australian Government has just released a new Career Education Strategy with three key focus areas: Partnering with industry Building school capacity, and Empowering students to develop their own career path We welcome this strategy and in particular the emphasis on expanding options for work experience and embedding careers within the curriculum. You can …

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Respectful Relationships Education Toolkit

This Toolkit has been created by Our Watch to support schools in delivering Respectful relationships education, and was developed as part of the Respectful relationships education in Schools (RREiS) pilot. The RREiS pilot supported 19 schools from across Victoria to embed a whole school approach to Respectful relationships education while also delivering the Department of Education and …

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School Leavers Information Service

Are you still in contact with recent school leavers looking for advice? You can direct them to the School Leavers Information Service. The SLIS provides career guidance for young people aged 15 to 24. They can either call on 1800 CAREER (1800 227 337), or text ‘SLIS2022’ to 0429 009 435, and talk to an …

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The Centenarian Portrait Project by Teenagers

Are you an artist aged between 15–19, interested in adding value to someone’s life and exploring a highly personal creative process? The Centenarian Portrait Project by Teenagers is a community arts project that promotes intergenerational friendships, celebrates life at 100 (in all its forms) and fights the negative ageing stigma. The Tasmanian rendition will culminate …

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types of goals

Types of goals

We’ve done some deep thinking over the past few weeks about who we are and the things we want – now it’s time to get into the nitty gritty. Let’s start setting some goals! When it comes to goals, the sky’s the limit. You can set any goal you’d like. Big, small, or anywhere in …

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Young people design the future of career services

Young people across Scotland have had their say on how to improve career services in Scotland. A report commissioned as part of the Scottish Government’s Young Person’s Guarantee outlines how career services need to evolve to keep up with changes in the world of work. Report authors Skills Development Scotland worked with over eighty young …

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Designing a Curriculum for Deeper Learning: Reflections from New South Wales

Geoff Masters, CEO of the Australian Council for Educational Research, recently led the first review of the K-12 curriculum in New South Wales in thirty years. His goal was to recommend how it should be updated to better meet the needs of a changing economy and society. In conversation with NCEE, he reflected on the …

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5 Reasons to offer Work Experience at your business

5 Reasons to offer Work Experience at your business

Creating Work Experience opportunities for high school students and school leavers is of course great for the young people undertaking your programme, but it could benefit your organisation as well.   Investing in your future workforce The world of work is changing and employers need to think creatively when it comes to engaging and retaining …

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Thinking of becoming a Police Officer? Download the FIT Force App

WA Police have developed a new app, specially designed to prepare you for the WA Police Force Physical Performance Evaluation (PPE). FIT Force has a range of physical training programs, healthy recipes and meal plans, and articles to help you remain focused. If you’re thinking of becoming a Police Officer, this is a great way …

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Join the NSW Public Schools Aboriginal Dance Company

Applications for the 2021 Aboriginal Dance Company are open. This is an ensemble for students who have ability, talent and experience performing contemporary and traditional cultural dance. Students in the Aboriginal Dance Company experience exciting opportunities to perform, learn new skills and build relationships with others from across the state. If you are in Year …

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your allies

Who are your allies?

Sometimes life can get rough. The important thing to remember is that you don’t have to do it alone. Your allies are people who are by your side through tough times – whether it’s at school or at home, it’s important to have people in your life who can help you work through issues and …

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Considering a gap year?

Considering a gap year?

A gap year is anything but ‘just a year off’. In fact, gap programs can formative experiences for high schoolers. They encourage personal growth, independence, resilience, and also can help students to determine what the best next step is for them. Research has shown that deferring college to travel, work, and volunteer overseas can be among the most …

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UNIQ You Schools

UNIQ You facilitates personalised, informative and safe 30 minute video calls between female students in Grades 9-12 and their educators, with strong, positive female role models working in industries under-represented by women. A variety of leading companies across 10 x STEM and VET industries have been quick to show their support, including but not limited …

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NT Ambulance Service

NT Ambulance Service

If you’re thinking about a career in the Emergency services, you can’t go past the Ambulance service. Find the information that you need about careers in the NT here: https://www.stjohnnt.org.au/careers/careers https://www.stjohnnt.org.au/careers/paramedic.php https://www.stjohnnt.org.au/volunteer/volunteering 

Grow Careers

How do students process information they learn about themselves and future career, course and employment options to make informed career decisions? The Grow Careers career library resources guide students through the career decision making cycle. 18 career development handouts or downloadable resources with expert and current information to support students making career-related choices. Resource topics …

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Tasmanian Ambulance Service

Tasmanian Ambulance Service

If you’re thinking of a career in paramedicine, or would like to work anywhere within the Tassie ambulance service, find all the information that you need here: https://www.dhhs.tas.gov.au/career/home/smhs/ambulance_tasmania https://www.dhhs.tas.gov.au/career/home/smhs/ambulance_tasmania/ambulance_officers https://www.dhhs.tas.gov.au/career/home/career_choices/becoming_a_paramedic http://www.ambulance.tas.gov.au/employment

Working with the Ambulance Service in WA

Working with the Ambulance Service in WA

Find the information that you need here: https://changelives.stjohnwa.com.au/changelives/employment https://changelives.stjohnwa.com.au/changelives https://stjohn.org.au/careers https://stjohnwa.com.au/changelives/employment/employed/student-ambulance-officer https://stjohnwa.com.au/changelives/employment/employed/direct-entry-ambulance-paramedic

Queensland Ambulance Service Careers

Queensland Ambulance Service Careers

Thinking of a career where you’ll get to help save lives every day and each day you turn up will be different? Why not explore the career options available with the QAS: https://www.ambulance.qld.gov.au/rec-paramedic.html# https://www.ambulance.qld.gov.au/rec-pto.html https://www.ambulance.qld.gov.au/volunteerrecruitment.html https://www.ambulance.qld.gov.au/rec-emd.html https://www.ambulance.qld.gov.au/indigenous-recruitment.html

Careers with the SA Ambulance Service

Careers with the SA Ambulance Service

If you’re considering a career in Health after you’ve left high school and you think you have what it takes to join the Ambulance service, here’s some information about some of the career options available: http://www.saambulance.com.au/Careers/WhatcareersareavailableatSAAS.aspx  http://www.saambulance.com.au/Careers.aspx https://www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/wps/wcm/connect/public+content/sa+health+internet/careers/occupations/emergency+services+careers/emergency+services+careers https://www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/wps/wcm/connect/public+content/sa+health+internet/careers/occupations/emergency+services+careers/patient+transfer+services+officer https://www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/wps/wcm/connect/public+content/sa+health+internet/careers/occupations/emergency+services+careers/emergency+medical+dispatch+support+officer  

Careers in the Victorian Ambulance Service

Careers in the Victorian Ambulance Service

Find out about the jobs available with the Ambulance Service in Victoria: https://www.ambulance.vic.gov.au/careers/ https://careers.ambulance.vic.gov.au/jobtools/JnCustomLogin.Login?in_organid=18723 https://www.ambulance.vic.gov.au/paramedics/become-a-paramedic/

NSW Ambulance Service

NSW Ambulance Service

Thinking about a career in the Ambulance Service? Find the information that you need for careers in New South Wales here: https://www.ambulance.nsw.gov.au/careers https://www.ambulance.nsw.gov.au/careers/paramedic https://www.ambulance.nsw.gov.au/careers/control-centre-officer https://www.ambulance.nsw.gov.au/careers/flight-nurse https://www.ambulance.nsw.gov.au/careers/prehospital-and-retrieval-registrar  

Australian Federal Police | Directions Program

The AFP Directions Program recognises the valuable contributions First Nations people make to policing for a safer Australia. It also helps ensure the AFP’s workforce is representative of the communities we serve.  The 12-month integrated employment and development program is located in Canberra and runs annually from February to February. It provides permanent, full-time employment in specialist and …

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SOLID GROUND Programs and Partners

Solid Ground provides education, training and employment pathways for Indigenous Australian youth in Redfern, Waterloo and Blacktown. Established in 2015, it is a major initiative from Carriageworks and Blacktown Arts Centre. The program includes three key strands: an Artist-In-Residence Program at select secondary schools, a Tertiary Skills Program and Paid Internships. For all enquiries please …

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The Evergreen program

The ATO Evergreen Program is for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples. It combines work experience and formal training over 12 months, with a permanent job on completion. How to apply If your application is successful you’ll receive: a 12-month development program that combines work experience and formal training a competitive starting salary of over …

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What drives you

What drives you?

Finding our motivation   We’re all motivated by different things. By finding what drives us, we can start to narrow down our potential options for future careers. Most people are motivated by a combination of things, rather than just one specific thing. Some people find that there is one particular thing that drives them much …

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Macquarie Walanga Muru Tutorial Program

The Walanga Muru tutorial program (WMTP) is a Commonwealth-funded program designed to close the gap that exists between the educational outcomes of Indigenous Australians and other Australians in tertiary education. The program provides free tutoring for Indigenous undergraduate students for 20 hours per subject per semester, and 5 hours per subject for postgraduate students. WMTP …

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caring@home Indigenous Art Competition

As part of our commitment to improving quality of life and health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, caring@home is holding an Indigenous Art Competition to raise awareness about palliative care. All submitted artworks will be displayed on the caring@home website until 30 June 2023. The winning artworks will be used to illustrate …

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