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The Benefits of Networking

Networking sounds daunting, so let’s break it down   “Networking” is a term you’ll probably hear a lot of through your life, but more so as you begin working towards a career. But what does networking actually mean? Essentially, it’s the building of purposeful relationships. You know, the ones that can add some form of …

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Don’t wait to finish school to get experience

Things you can do right now   You don’t need to sit around and wait until you’ve finished school to start getting experience, building skills, and making connections for your future. There are lots of things you can do alongside your schoolwork. Let’s take a look at some of your options.   Part-time work   …

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Volunteering can benefit students in so many ways

Volunteering can benefit students in so many ways

Like everyone else students lead busy lives, so often the idea of fitting volunteering into their jam-packed lives may be a difficult one to convey. It’s worth persevering with though, as the evidence shows time spent volunteering as students offers multiple benefits, outside of the obvious community benefits. Work Experience is often hard to source, …

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Youth Navigators Tasmania

Youth Navigators provide young Tasmanians with individualised, holistic, targeted support when navigating the world of employment, education and training post year 12. A Youth Navigator helps young school leavers find opportunities in further education, training and jobs. They have people located in Hobart, Launceston, Burnie and Devonport. They also provide outreach to regional areas. They …

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The importance of completing an Internship before starting a Degree

You have probably heard of University students and recent graduates signing up for internships, but did you know that it is also super beneficial for high school students? It is definitely something you should consider before starting a degree. According to The Society for Human Resource Management, 90% of employers agreed that high school internship …

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Technology of the future – today

All this talk of robots taking our jobs, artificial intelligence, and machine learning can seem a bit fanciful. It’s all way off in the future, right? Well, there are some pretty incredible things being done right now. Let’s take a look.   Boston Dynamics   You’ve probably heard of this American engineering and robotics company …

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Letz Live – New UK Activity Camp Program

Working and living in the UK is an experience like no other! On an Activity Camp Working Holiday, you could be working as an activity/group leader with one of Letz Live’s partner outdoor learning centres. For adventurers and thrill seekers, you’ll be supporting young people with essential outdoor learning activities. This could include canoeing, high …

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Why you should set goals

Why you should set goals

Why you should set goals   Planning for your future or just wanting to get the most out of your year? Gain long-term vision and short-term motivation by setting some goals. Whether you’re thinking about subject selection, wondering which post school pathway to take, pondering your gap year options, choosing your next holiday destination, or …

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Video – 7 Creepy Careers

Looking for a career that’s a little less ordinary? We’ve put together a video showcasing some of the spookiest careers out there. Check it out:

Workshopping your future

We don’t need a crystal ball to work out what’s coming. Life is… pretty predictable. Sure, some things change, if you want to get an inkling of how things are going to turn out you can follow in the footsteps of those who’ve come before. Not literally, none of us will tread the exact same …

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The Learning Curve Wellbeing Program

The Learning Curve is a structured 48 week student wellbeing program helping students to become their best possible selves. Weekly topics and activities are derived from a combination of six equally important elements which when exercised in conjunction with each other can show how healthy a student’s state of wellbeing is. The Learning Curve program …

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Are you a critical thinker?

Are you a Critical Thinker?

Lots of careers list critical thinking as a core skill that’s required in order to be successful. Find out if you are a critical thinker, get examples of why you might need this skill in the workplace and get tips on how to develop your critical thinking skills.   What does Critical Thinking actually mean? …

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Indigenous Student Support at University

Going to uni?   Thinking about studying at university when you finish school, or already have an offer? Congratulations! Going off to university is a big step in life, and it’s normal to feel nervous or unsure. Leaving the support of family and community can be scary. Thankfully, universities across Australia offer specialised support for …

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Don't limit yourself

Don’t limit yourself

Deciding what to do when you finish school is hard. Anyone who tells you otherwise is lying (or has had a lifelong dream to be a policeman/nurse/astronaut). There’s a lot to consider, and sometimes you just need to go with your gut. Let me explain: When choosing what to do after school, students often take …

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Indigital Schools Program

Indigital Schools is an Indigenous designed digital skills training program for primary and high schools students. It enables Indigenous and non-Indigenous kids to connect with and learn from Elders about cultural knowledge, history and language, while learning digital skills in cutting-edge technologies like augmented reality, animation and coding. The Indigital Schools program is provided on …

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Become a Citizen Scientist

Citizen scientists are normal people who volunteer to contribute to scientific experiments and research. It’s a great option for anyone considering a STEM career – get out there and take part in a real-life project to help you make a more informed decision about science as a pathway. You won’t just be volunteering as an …

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SEEK Salary and Pay Calculator

Did you know that SEEK has a handy tool that helps you calculate your pay? You can enter how much you earn in lots of different increments (from hourly to annually), and it will give you a breakdown that shows you how much tax you’ll pay, how much goes to your super, and how much …

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Avid Research – Australian STEM Stories

Avid Research is a podcast created by Amelia, a web developer who’s been a STEM Educator, Park Ranger and long time student. Amelia has studied Geography, Geographic Information Systems, Polar Science and Teaching, accumulating 4 degrees in the process. Since she was a little kid she loved Science and asking questions. She was fascinated with …

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Explore Your Options with Australian Internships

Australian Internships (AI) offer programs domestic students, and high school leavers are very welcome to apply. AI has established a long-term quality reputation and is proud to be the preferred internship provider for most leading Australian universities. They offer internships in almost all academic disciplines for candidates from over 90 countries around the world. An …

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Bell Shakespeare 2022 Regional Teacher Mentorship

Every year Bell Shakespeare welcomes 30 regional and remote teachers from across the country to their HQ in Sydney. You will be trained over four intensive days in innovative Shakespeare strategies, active learning principles, and teaching techniques to engage all learners across all year levels. On return to their schools, Bell Shakespeare mentor the teachers …

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ABC Heywire Teacher Resources

The ABC’s Heywire competition is calling for stories by year 10, 11 and 12 students from rural and regional Australia. English, Media, SOSE and Art teachers around the nation use Heywire as a ‘real life’ task for students exploring issues such as: identity, place, journeys, discovery or belonging; or in any unit that involves producing …

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Children’s Activities for Child Protection Week

Each year NAPCAN provides fun children’s activities to support their promotion of National Child Protection Week. This booklet aims to help start conversations with parents, carers and children about the importance of community in improving the outcomes for all Australia’s children and young people. National Child Protection Week runs from 5-11 September 2021. Download a …

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An overseas Gap Year with Letz Live

An overseas Gap Year with Letz Live

Letz Live have been helping young Aussies get overseas on a Gap Year since 2005. With opportunities in The UK, New Zealand and Thailand these programmes are a great way to live, work and travel overseas. You’ll be connected with a group of other participants when you arrive so you can immediately make new friends …

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Consider a Gap Year in Aviation

Passionate about aviation, but not sure if you want to jump right into study after high school? There are plenty of options for you if you want to take a gap year, where you can learn valuable skills and experience what a career in aviation might be like, all while having fun.   Courses from …

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What a Gap Year really costs

What a Gap Year really costs

Would you like to take a Gap Year but you’re afraid you won’t be able to afford it? Perhaps you’re really keen but your parents are concerned about where you’ll find the money and don’t want you ending up in debt. They’re both valid and sensible concerns. But even if you’ll be financing your own …

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Audition for WA Youth Orchestra

Audition applications are now open for places in the WA Youth Orchestra for 2022! Whether you want to build a career in music or simply enjoy the thrill of ensemble playing, the WA Youth Orchestras Association offers memorable experiences to all members – on and off stage. Auditions will be held on Saturday 13 and …

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Teaching Tips for Teamwork Skills

Teamwork and Collaboration are vital skills that students will need, not just in their studies, but employment and day-to-day life. It is important as educators that we can prepare students the best we can for the world of work. Edith Cowan University has created a handy information sheet packed with tips on teaching Teamwork skills. …

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Teamwork and Collaboration

Teamwork and Collaboration

What does it mean?   Teamwork and Collaboration are soft skills that are highly sought after by employers. No matter which industry you work in or what your job title is, teamwork skills are essential to your success. They’ll help you to work well with clients, colleagues, managers and other people at your workplace. While …

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Spend your Gap Year with WWOOF

World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms (WWOOF) has been offering unique gap year experiences to people from all around Australia for 40 years. It’s a great way to travel cheaply, learn about organic farming, gain some independence and a host of other skills. You’ll do 6-8 hours a day of work, 5 days a week, …

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Complimentary Access to XVenture for Schools

Whilst more than 8 million Australians are in lockdown and other parts of the nation under varying restrictions, COVID is not the only pandemic Australia will face in 2021. You only need to review the latest statistics on the number of people accessing services from organisations such as Lifeline, Beyond Blue and The Black Dog …

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GAPYear in Agriculture

GAPYear is a new initiative from Growcom, the peak body for horticulture in Queensland. They want to give young Aussies the chance to explore regional Queensland, meet like-minded people, and partner with ethical employers for a year like no other. Travel as far north as Cairns for mangoes and reef tours, or as far south …

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Joseph has been in and out of youth detention since he was 13. Now he’s rapping about it.

Joseph Ebborn had spent a large part of his youth in detention. Now he is using his voice to share his experiences and hopefully help break the cycle. He spoke to the ABC about his experience. “Joseph started writing a diary and putting the words to music with the help of local rapper Riley Page, …

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Gap Year Positions Available for 2022

Letz Live have continued to provide Gap Year and Working Holiday programmes to young people eager to spread their wings abroad. Positions are available for their January 2022 intake to New Zealand, The United Kingdom and Thailand. Travel exemptions are being granted to applicants for working holiday programmes, with participants overseas having a great time. …

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Career Trivia and I Am Worksheets

We’ve put together three rounds or careers trivia with everything you’ll need including answer sheets for the students to fill in, plus an instruction sheet, list of questions and the answers for Teacher use only. The pack also incorporates an “I Am” sheet that could be used in addition to the quiz or as a …

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Career Crosswords

These crosswords could help your students think about all of the different types of work where specific subject knowledge is required. A fun way to start students thinking about which subjects will be useful to get into certain careers. For students who are thinking about subject selection they could be an engaging exercise to get …

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Apply for a FairPlay Voucher

If you’re experiencing financial hardship, the Queensland Government is offering assistance to help parents whose children want to participate in extra-curricular activities. You can apply for a FairPlay voucher of $150 which can be used towards sport and active recreation membership, registration or participation fees with registered activity providers. Vouchers can be used for children …

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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: MyRoad – an innovative online mentoring program connecting female students to mentors across Australia. Industry Live – a series of live career awareness and exploration events …

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Tax for High School Students

Feeling a bit confused about tax? We’ve spoken directly to the ATO, and they’ve provided us with a handy guide for people new to the tax system. Give it a read below.   Tax for High School Students   As a student, you probably don’t spend much time thinking about tax. However, your contribution to …

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VR Team Building for Schools Impacted by Lockdown

VR Team Building for Schools Impacted by Lockdown

With hundreds of schools switching back to remote learning, the mental health issues connected to loss of connectivity, fun, interaction and engagement with friends and fellow students is once again dramatically impacted. In 2020, schools in NSW and VIC with students ranging from years 8 – 12 participated in the web-based virtual reality team building …

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Help Supporting your Tweens and Teens During CoVid and Lockdowns

Help Supporting your Tweens and Teens During COVID and Lockdowns

As a parent it’s always hard to see your children going through a struggle. It’s even worse when you feel like there’s not much that you can do about it. COVID has been affecting our children for over 18 months now and the new normal can take its toll. In addition, each time there’s a …

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Wellbeing and study tips for teens during lockdown

Wellbeing and study tips for teens during lockdown

Lockdowns are tough on everyone, but if you’re at school – particularly in senior high school, then you’re probably having a harder time than most. We get that, we really do. Unfortunately, we can’t make the pandemic or the restrictions go away, but we can find ways to help you support yourself and make the …

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Lockdown Resources for students

Lockdown Resources for students

There’s no doubt about it, lock downs are tough, for so many reasons. Students might be finding it particularly tough to stay motivated and on track with their studies. Year 11 and 12’s understandably may be particularly stressed out. We’ll keep updating you whenever possible with news from the universities and TAC’s that could encourage them …

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ABC Education Resources

Looking for some great content you can use in the classroom, whether you’re teaching in class or virtually? ABC Education is packed with a whole heap of videos, lessons, articles, and heaps more content, all mapped to the Australian curriculum. And the best part is they’re all free to use. ABC Education has content for …

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School Camps and Excursions - why they matter

School Camps and Excursions – why they matter

Sue Fitcher, owner and operator of Getaway Trekking has kindly written this guest article: Highlighting the multiple benefits of School camps and excursions for high school students, even in the aftermath of COVID, you could be inspired to organise your own school event.   I have a challenge for you   Ask yourself how many …

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Link and Launch

Some students finish Year 12 and just seem to know what’s next. They’re getting a job or apprenticeship, going to TAFE, or heading straight into uni. But after 13 years of making your way through school, sometimes it’s hard to make the next step. And guess what? That’s totally ok. And even better, there is …

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From Brazil to Bond – Biomedical Science and becoming a doctor

It was a high school exchange that set Caio Christiansen’s journey to the Bond Medical Program in motion. Now, the future doctor is a Grenby Family Beyond Bond Medal winner in Year 2 of his medical studies who aspires to one day practice in a rural community. Caio grew up in San Paolo, Brazil and …

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How you could benefit from School Excursions and Camps

How you could benefit from School Excursions and Camps

Owner and Operator of Getaway Trekking Sue Fitcher has many years experience in leading school treks. She was kind enough to take some time to write an article for us about the benefits you could gain from experiences like these. If you haven’t yet considered grabbing the opportunity to go on school camps and excursions,  …

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How to Apply to University

Do you think you want to go to university once school is over? There are over one million Australians currently studying at university, and if you’ve decided you want to join them then you need to know how to apply. There are a few steps to follow, but we’ll walk through them one by one …

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ANSTO’s National Science Week Hackathon 2021

Ready, steady, hack: ANSTO’s National Science Week Hackathon is back – and you’re invited! Bring innovation to your classroom with this free, fast-paced, virtual hackathon for Australian students in years 7-11 on an important topic. Because it’s the United Nations’ International Year of Fruits and Vegetables, the National Science Week theme Food: Different by Design …

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Spill the Beans ASPiRE Entrepreneurship Program

ASPiRE is an Entrepreneur In Residence (EIR) program, matching entrepreneurs with schools to assist with their entrepreneurship/business programs. The EIR is a voluntary position for a 6 month term with an option to renew – helping to mentor students, volunteering their time and assisting in the development of transferable entrepreneurial skills in students, ultimately helping …

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Tax Time for Teachers

It’s that time of the year again – time to submit your tax return. As a teacher, there are certain things you may or may not be able to claim as expenses. If you’re feeling a bit overwhelmed by what to do, don’t worry. The ATO has provided a handy information sheet covering some of …

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Opportunities for STEM lovers

Opportunities for STEM lovers

Are you a high school student who’s passionate about STEM and looking for more chances to learn and connect with like-minded peers around Australia, and the world. Or, perhaps you’re looking for opportunities to get your work published, enter competitions, or a find a mentor? Sciencious could be a great platform to further your exploration …

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Report into Parental Engagement | Study Work Grow

Report into Parental Engagement

Why parent engagement matters   There are currently half a million Year 11 and 12 students in Australia. Research shows that parents are the most significant influence in determining students’ post-school career pathways, (even when they’re uniformed). So to create an effective careers or transitions program for your senior students, including their parents is going …

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Virtual Open Day top tips

Virtual Open Day top tips

Open Days are an opportunity to answer any questions & find out everything else you need to know about university before you enrol. If you can’t go along in person to an on-campus Open Day, or the institution you’d like to check out isn’t offering one, online Open Days can be really valuable as well. …

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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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NAIDOC #RunSweatInspire Festival

The #RunSweatInspire Festival is an annual virtual running and walking event in celebration of NAIDOC Week from 4 – 11 July 2021.  This year’s NAIDOC Week theme is ‘Heal Country!’. Join us in getting moving and acknowledging and learning more about this beautiful country!  The beauty of a virtual event means its your run (or …

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9 Wellbeing Tips for Teens

9 Wellbeing Tips for Teens

Teenagers, you have a lot going on. We’re not just talking about at school or in your social lives. There are all kinds of things happening from physical changes, mental developments, as well as managing expectations of you as you finish high school or start work. Amongst all of that you’re also probably dealing with …

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ADF Long Tan Youth Leadership & Teamwork Awards

The ADF Long Tan Youth Leadership and Teamwork Awards started in 2006 to recognise students who demonstrate leadership and teamwork within both the school and the broader local community. At the same time, they recognise those who display strong values, such as doing one’s best, respect for others and “mateship”, characteristics that are integral to …

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Sail with the Young Endeavour

Aged 16-23 and looking for a new challenge? Join tall ship Young Endeavour for an unforgettable adventure! Test yourself as you learn to navigate, set sails and climb the 30 metre mast. Develop your confidence, teamwork and communication skills and make new friends. Young Endeavour undertakes around 20 eleven day voyages each year, mostly along …

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Open Day Checklists

These checklists have been created as a simple visual reminder for your students who would like to go to university and could benefit from attending Open Days. You might like to use them as part of a lesson or group discussion, or they could a handout for students or parents that’s useful in conjunction with …

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Blue Peanut Virtual Medicine Work Experience and Interview Courses

Blue Peanut are an organisation based in the UK who have recognised the need for Medicine applicants to get relevant work experience and help with acing their medicine applications. Although it’s based in the UK, they offer virtual work experience programs, as well as intensive medical school interview courses, taught online by live interactive webinar. …

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UQ’s InspireU Program

The InspireU Program is designed to engage and inspire young Indigenous high school students to further your studies at university and broaden your career possibilities. You can participate in on-campus residential camps, where you’ll get to explore future career and study options. The InspireU Program brings Indigenous high school students from across the state for …

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Work Experience Checklists

These checklists are designed as a simple step-by-step guide to help your students organise and maximise their work experience opportunities.  Encouraging them to be proactive and think about all the aspects involved in planning, organising taking part in, and reflecting on their work experience placement. They could be used as part of a lesson or …

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Gap Year Programs and COVID-19

Thinking about planning a Gap Year but unsure about how your plans may be interrupted? Lots of Gap Year providers are aware that students are nervous about putting down a deposit but also anxious to make plans for late 2021 and 2022, but they are keen to reassure students that they’re still planning programs for …

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Australian Olympic Change-Maker

The Australian Olympic Change-Maker program recognises and rewards students who are demonstrating the Olympic spirit through leadership and driving positive change in their communities. Entries are open to all Australian high schools, and teachers are invited to nominate up to two students per school from years 10-12 who demonstrate the Olympic Spirit. ​ This can …

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Focus on what comes next

Focus on what comes next

Sometimes, holding tight to a far off goal can actually just get in the way. There’s a growing trend where we focus not on a distant dream, but on whatever needs to happen next. It comes from the Chaos Theory of Careers, which thrives on the fact that we don’t know what’s coming. Rather than …

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YMCA Canberra Space Squad

The Space Squad program is Australia’s best residential holiday program for students in years 2 – 12. It is designed to ignite and fuel that spark of passion for space and STEM-based careers, robotics, engineering and astronomy. Across 5 action-packed days, we plunge our cadets into the space industry where they will learn about space …

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SWG x NCW: Parents as Career Supporters

National Careers Week 2021   National Careers Week is running from 17-23 of May this year, and they’ve already released heaps of great resources. Whether you’re just getting started in your career or are looking for a change, they have heaps of information sheets packed with tons of useful info.   Parents as Career Supporters …

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Skillsroad Teacher and Careers Advisor Toolkit

Skillsroad are excited to announce the launch of their comprehensive Teacher and Careers Advisor Toolkit – a jam-packed resource to support educators with career planning. What you get: A series of lesson plans designed to help students in planning for their career journey. Advice on organising a careers day at your school and work experience …

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TAFE NSW Schools Launchpad

TAFE NSW Schools Launchpad is a different way to think about school and TAFE-delivered Vocational Education and Training (TVET). TAFE NSW are offering 20 virtual courses that combine teacher-led virtual classrooms with workshops and work placements across a range of exciting career areas within growth industries. These new virtual teacher-led courses help build practical job …

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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 2021 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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Resources for Parents of Teens

Resources for Parents of Teens

Parenting can be really rewarding, but it can also be tricky, and occasionally really hard. So it’s understandable that sometimes parents want to seek out support or advice. With access to the internet and social media, sometimes all that advice can seem a bit overwhelming and finding the right experts becomes a minefield.   How …

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Talking Virtual Work Experience with Grandshake

Talking Virtual Work Experience with Grandshake

Virtual work experience is on the rise. Traditional work experience is still around, but it can be challenging to find a placement, let alone ones in the industry at the top of your preference list. And that’s before pandemics come into play. Virtual Work Experience could make it easier for you to access opportunities in …

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Day of STEM

The Day of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) is an online program designed to inspire students to pursue STEM careers, by providing a firsthand look at the fields they’re most interested in. Students get to experience a day in the life of a professional, granting them invaluable insights into the life that awaits them. …

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