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Astrophotographer of the Year Competition 2022

We’re looking for the best astrophotographers in the land for our Skywatcher Astrophotographer of the Year Competition 2022. Photographers of all levels are invited to enter – all entrants have a chance to win. We’ve got 4 Categories and a winner will be announced from each category PLUS an overall winner. The categories are: Deep …

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Torrens University Australia – Not too late to apply

At Torrens University Australia, their next trimester commences on the 14th of February, so it’s not too late to apply. So why study with Torrens? They have removed ATAR as an entry requirement, for good Small class sizes Your own personal Success Coach to help you navigate university life A focus on practical, hands-on learning …

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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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Artology Fanfare Competition

Artology’s music programs give young people (aged 12-23) real-life experiences with an opportunity to engage with professional composers, conductors and youth orchestras around Australia. If you’re a budding composer or musician then the Fanfare Competition and the NEW To Country program are exciting opportunities for you and FREE and easy to enter! Select instruments from …

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Little Stories Big Ideas Flash Fiction Competition for Secondary School Students

Little Stories Big Ideas is a writing competition for Australian Secondary School Students. As part of the comp, students write a story in 100 words or less to a specific themed prompt, in any literary style they like – prose, poetry, haiku or song. There are two entry categories, Year 7 to 9 (Junior) and …

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CQUni | Online Chat Session

Join us at one of our virtual events or discover many other opportunities to get your questions answered. By registering to attend this free event, you enable us to keep you informed about not only this event, but also your course of interest and any upcoming application deadlines across a wide range of on-campus and …

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AIE | Information Evening, Online

Discover the courses designed to get you started in game development, film, 3D animation and visual effects at the AIE Information Evening on Wed 19 January 2022. The evening will include presentations on different areas of industry to get into as well as information about AIE full-time and part-time courses and entry requirements. We will …

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How to become a Youth Worker

How to become a Youth Worker

Help young people realise their potential   What do Youth Workers do?   Youth Workers assist and guide young people facing a variety of problems, including social, educational, welfare, behavioural, and financial issues. They may work with young people individually or in groups. There are lots of areas you might like to specialise in, including …

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Ready to set some goals?

Ready to set some goals?

Goals are good Going through the process of setting goals could help you to combat anxiety, improve your mental focus and increase your chances of successfully getting what you want. Let’s face it, if you don’t know where you’re going, it’s unlikely you’ll get anywhere. Imagine hopping in the car or on the bus without …

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how to become a Radiographer

How to become a Radiographer

Help diagnose and treat illnesses   What do Radiographers do?   Radiographers are medical professionals who use a variety of technology to produce high quality medical images. They use a variety of different machines and techniques, including x-rays, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), and Computed Tomography (CT) scans. If you love helping others, want a career …

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YIS Global Stock Pitch Competition

YIS’ annual flagship event is the Global Stock Pitch Competition. This competition is the culmination of investment skills gained during the year and provides High School students hands-on mentoring in financial analysis. Students (either individually or in teams of two) create a “best stock idea” and analyze a publicly-traded company–sometimes meeting with company management. Each …

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2022 Big Science Competition

The Big Science Competition is open to students in years 7-10 of all abilities from Australian and international schools, including students who are home schooled. The competition is a 50 minute, multiple choice competition testing critical-thinking and problem-solving skills. Questions are set in real-life, contemporary contexts, making them relatable (and interesting). There are plenty of …

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9 quick tips to make life at school easier in 2022

9 quick tips to make life at school easier in 2022

Already doing ok at school but want some hacks to make life easier? Maybe you’ve made a resolution to do better at school this year, or your parents would like you to achieve more. It might not be about your ability, but more about your approach. Changing your habits or routine could make all the …

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How to become an App Developer

How to become an App Developer

Code and design useful applications   What do App Developers do?   App Developers design, code and test software and applications for a variety of devices. Proficient in the use of coding, they can create apps for computers, phones, smart devices, and more. They are also responsible for updating and maintaining apps over time, as …

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Future Leaders Photography Prize 2022

The Future Leaders Photography Prize is designed to recognize talented young photographers. Year 12 students are invited to submit digital photographic work (one photograph for each student). The work submitted can be on any theme. Submissions must include Student’s Name, School and Year Level. In 2022, the award winner will receive $1,000. Where there is …

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Understanding Workplace Health and Safety

  What is Workplace Health and Safety?   Workplace Health and Safety (WHS), also known as Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S), are a series of laws and regulations. They’re in place to ensure that employer’s make every effort to protect you (their employee and the public) from both physical and psychosocial workplace hazards. From slippery …

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6 tips for better sleep

6 tips for better sleep

It’s recommended that in your teens you average between 8-10 hours per day of good quality sleep. But recent studies have shown that Aussie teens are only getting 6.5-7.5 hours a night.   Why do you need sleep?   Sleep is good for your overall physical and mental health. Your body repairs itself and carries …

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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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Explore Your Options at Macquarie

Deciding where to study is a huge decision, so it’s important that you get all the information you need. Macquarie University is inviting prospective students to register for Explore Your Options. From Monday 17 to Friday 28 January 2022, Macquarie University’s friendly experts will be available from 10am to 4pm to advise on all things …

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How to become an Architect

How to become an Architect

Turn your client’s vision into reality   What do Architects do?   Architects are responsible for seeing the design and construction of buildings and infrastructure through from start to finish. They work with a variety of other people, including builders, tradespeople, surveyors, engineers, and more to complete a project. If you have a keen eye …

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Future Leaders Future Justice Award 2022

The Future Leaders Future Justice Award recognises Year 12 students who have shown leadership and initiative on intergenerational equity, future justice. Future justice is concerned with what those living today leave behind for future generations. Australian secondary schools are invited to nominate Year 12 students for the Award. In 2022, the award winner will receive …

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New Year, New Start

New Year is usually a time for celebrating. A New Year symbolises fresh starts, new beginnings and looking towards the future with hopeful optimism. You could make this New Year’s the year when you begin to turn your dreams and aspirations into reality. Setting goals is one way that could help you to achieve success. …

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2022 Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year Competition

The Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year competition celebrates the natural heritage of the Australia, New Zealand, Antarctica and New Guinea bioregions each year. With over $10,000 in prizes, the competition is open to both amateur and professional photographers of any age, located anywhere around the world. Photographers are invited to submit their nature …

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The importance of rest

The importance of rest

The importance of rest   It’s been another huge year. We’ve all been through a lot, and it’s understandable if you’re feeling a bit worn down. Thankfully, the holidays are here, and it’s a great time to wind down and catch up on some much-needed rest.   The benefits of rest   We all know …

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How to become a Teacher

How to become a Teacher

Help shape the future of our youth   What do Teachers do?   Teachers are responsible for educating students at various different levels of development. Teachers can work at early childhood, primary or secondary level. Not just responsible for academic growth, Teachers also help children to grow socially, emotionally, and mentally. If you are patient …

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Understanding the ATAR

Understanding the ATAR

If you’re not entirely sure how the ATAR system works, why you might need one and how they’re calculated, you’re definitely not alone. Here are some of the most common questions answered and misconceptions about the ATAR busted. What is an ATAR? The Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) is a number between zero and 99.95. …

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2022 Helen Handbury Leadership Award

The Helen Handbury Leadership Award recognises Year 12 students in rural and regional  Australia who have shown strong community leadership and initiative. Australian secondary schools are invited to nominate Year 12 students for the Award. In 2022, the award winners will receive funding towards an international trip to experience community development in another culture. Entries …

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Wool4School Design Competition

Wool4School is an annual student design competition encouraging budding fashion designers to show the nation what they’re made of. Open to all Australian school students in high school, the Wool4School competition invites students in years 7 – 12 to design an outfit using a minimum of 70% wool. The outfit must contain a minimum of …

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Top 7 Fun Jobs

Top 7 Most Fun Jobs

Despite what you might think, work doesn’t have to be an endless slog. If you do something you love, you’ll never work a day in your life, right? Well, we think there are some jobs out there that just sound way more fun than others. If you want a job that will bring some joy …

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Reflect on your year

Reflect on your year

There’s no doubt that this has been a big year. You’ve probably overcome lots of obstacles and kicked some goals, even if it doesn’t feel like it. Looking back and reflecting on our achievements helps us feel fulfilled. We get to see what we found meaningful throughout the year, and start looking ahead at ways …

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How to become a Game Designer

How to become a Game Designer

Create immersive virtual worlds   What do Game Designers do?   Game Designers are responsible for creating, developing, and overseeing the progress of video games. They work with other team members to develop the game’s concepts, characters, story, gameplay, interfaces, and more. Game Designers usually choose to specialise in one particular area of development. If …

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Tips To Remember On ATAR Release Day

Tips To Remember On ATAR Release Day

As ATAR Release Day approaches, bear these points in mind Just finished Year 12? Nervous about your ATAR? Let’s do some deep breathing together – Breathe in… Breathe out… Feeling better? It’s normal to feel stressed out    Let’s be honest, waiting to find out the single score that’s supposed to define your future isn’t …

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Study Medicine And Get Your HECS Debt Eliminated

Study Medicine And Get Your HECS Debt Eliminated

If you’re interested in pursuing a career in medicine and already live or wouldn’t mind living in remote or regional areas around Australia, there’s good news. The Federal Government has announced that from January 2022 new graduate Doctors and Nursing practitioners could be eligible to take part in a new scheme to have their university …

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Quantum Computing Summer Camp

SQA is partnering with Qubit X Qubit to bring an innovative one-week summer virtual camp for students in Years 9 – 12 and recent school leavers, from January 17 – 21 2022. This program aims to: expand awareness of quantum information science among school students and recent school leavers raise awareness of university pathways and …

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7 ways to forget exam stress

7 ways to forget exam stress

FACT – Exams suck. And they’re stressful. But… they’re over now. You can relax. Stress is hard on our bodies as well as our minds. That’s why it’s so important that once stressful situations are over, you learn to decompress, shrug it off, and move on. Which is not as easy as it sounds. Here’s …

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Sony World Photography Awards Youth Competition

Entries to the Sony World Photography Awards Youth Competition are open. Each month there is a different theme, to which young photographers aged 12-19 from around the world. can submit up to three photographs. The winners from each month will go into the running to win Youth Photographer of the Year. Alongside worldwide exposure with …

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2022 Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize

The Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize is an annual acquisitive prize that was launched in 2017 to advance art and opportunity for emerging and established women artists in Australia. It is the highest value professional artist prize for women in Australia. There are three prize categories – the Professional Artist Prize of $35,000, the Emerging …

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2022 Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing

The Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing is a $25,000 acquisitive art award among the most significant of its kind in the country. Named in honour of respected painter, printmaker and draughtswoman, Miss Adelaide Elizabeth Perry (1891-1973) who taught Visual Arts at PLC Sydney from 1930 to 1962, the Prize attracts submissions from around the country. …

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WEP | Student Exchange Info Session

Imagine making friends from all over the world, learning about yourself and the world around you and seeing sights you could only dream of! Find out more about your student exchange opportunities at WEP’s online info session.

NIE | Medical Interviews Preparation Workshop, Online

An intensive Medical Interviews Preparation Workshop for students who received or expecting to receive an interview offer for the Undergraduate Medical Schools in Australia. The unique NIE workshop program aims for students to gain an in-depth understanding and required knowledge of the medical interview processes for specific universities, including Multi-station Mini Interview (MMI), Structured, and …

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NIE | UCAT and Pathways into Medicine and Dentistry Information Session

This forum is an excellent opportunity for teachers, students and their parents to find out about the UCAT, pathways into medicine, and have all questions answered by an expert teacher who has been working in the field since 1999. This is not a sales, advertising, or promotional seminar. The session is packed with invaluable information …

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Whitehouse Institute of Design | Foundation Portfolio Workshop

This online workshop is for aspiring designers and recommended as a starting point for those wishing to develop their illustration skills and create a portfolio for application to the Bachelor of Design program. In this 2-hour workshop, you will gain an understanding of how to illustrate with Marker and Paper, experiment with different multi-media materials …

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University Offers and your options explained

Congratulations to all Year 12 school leavers on the amazing achievement of completing your school education. For those of you planning on heading off to university, or for parents with children heading off, the wait for your ATAR results is nearly over and the next chapter of your lives is about to begin. Hopefully your …

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Study Work Grow’s 10 most popular Job Spotlight Videos

Study Work Grow’s 10 most popular Job Spotlight Videos

We know that you’re really busy people and don’t have much spare time, that’s why we’ve been creating our job spotlight videos. They provide the core duties and skills that are required for different careers, the average salary and qualifications …. all in under a minute.   10 of the most viewed Job Spotlight Videos …

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Quick ATAR Facts

Quick ATAR Facts

There’s a lot to understand about the ATAR system, so we’ve put together a few facts that might interest you.   Your ATAR score is valid for life. You can use it to apply to study at university regardless of your age, provided it meets the entry requirements for your course.   The national median …

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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 waste your summer holidays

Make the most of your summer holidays

It’s been a really long year, and your well-earned summer break is nearly here. You don’t need permission to relax, recover and recharge so that you’re ready for next year. Don’t feel pressured into doing anything you don’t want to either. But the long summer holidays can be an opportunity (if you have the energy) …

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How to become a Tour Guide

How to become a Tour Guide

Guide people to see amazing wonders   What do Tour Guides do?   Tour Guides accompany groups of people or individuals on sightseeing, educational, historical, adventure, and other types of tours, walks and guides. It is their job to be knowledgeable about the place they are showing and answer any questions people might have. If …

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top interview tips

Our Top 5 Interview Tips

Are you ready for your next Big Interview?   You’ll probably have loads of interviews throughout your life; for jobs, internships, scholarships, placements in programs, the list is pretty much endless. Sometimes those interviews will mean everything to you (or at least it will feel that way), other times you could know you’ve already just …

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Getting your first job

Getting your first job

Ready to enter the world of work   Are you ready to start working? If you’re keen to pick up your first job, we’ve got some tips and advice you might find handy.   Where to find work   Gone are the days of having to look through the newspaper – now there are tons …

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SAE | Virtual Open House

Virtual Open House is your one-stop virtual event to view student work, chat with our experienced faculty or advisors about your enrollment, or book a tour at your local campus. What’s on at Virtual Open House: Chat with Admissions regarding your enrolment Review our Student Support initiatives and services available Hear from current students about …

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AIT #GRADTALKS

Join us on Wednesday 12th & Thursday 13th January 2022 and hear how these AIT grads turned their ideas into a creative career they love in Film, Animation, 3D Design, Games and Mobile App Development. This virtual 2-day event will help you understand what career opportunities there are in the creative industries from the people …

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Toyota Dream Car Art Contest

The Toyota Dream Car Art Contest is a fantastic opportunity for the creative thinkers, designers and engineers of tomorrow. Children up to the age of 15 can showcase their vision of a ‘Dream Car’ for the chance to win some great prizes. One lucky Aussie entrant will be crowned the Australian National Dream Car Champion …

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National Photographic Portrait Prize 2022

The call for entries for the National Photographic Portrait Prize 2022 is open! One of our most popular annual events promotes the best in contemporary photographic portraiture by both professional and aspiring Australian photographers. The winner will nab a $30,000 cash prize from us AND photographic equipment – courtesy of our imaging partner, Canon. There …

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Minds Shine Bright Writing Competition

To all writers of fiction. The Minds Shine Bright writing competition is now open for submissions. After a couple of topsy turvy years it’s time for writers to explore the theme of confidence through poetry, story and script writing. There are four categories including short stories, flash fiction, poetry and script writing. There will be …

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Top Online Course Providers

If you’re stuck at home but don’t want to fall behind on your learning, or are just looking for something different than watching Netflix all day, there are heaps of online providers that offer courses and education resources. You can study almost any subject you can think of, and many of them are free as …

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Are You Summer Work Ready?

Are You Summer Work Ready?

If you’ve decided to go ahead and find a summer job, once you’ve organised your resume and started applying for jobs, then you’re already doing a great job. There are just one or two other things you might like to organise so that you’ll be ready to start work as soon as you get the …

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get experience in school

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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Hot Tips To Land a Summer Job

Hot Tips To Land a Summer Job

There’s no difference between applying for a casual summer job, part time work, or some high powered graduate career – employers will want to know you’re taking their business seriously and you’ll be giving the job your all. So even whether you’re applying for a few hours a week at Macca’s or a full-time position …

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How to become a Drone Operator

How to become a Drone Operator

Conquer the skies with your feet on the ground   What do Drone Operators do?   Drone Operators are people who are qualified and skilled at operating remote controlled drones. They can work in a huge variety of industries, including aviation and transport, the defence force, STEM, arts and recreation, agriculture, and more. Tasks can …

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Changing Your Preferences Quick Read

Changing Your Preferences Quick Read

Congratulations, you’ve made it to the end of year 12 and survived the epic finale of exams and assessments. Now’ it’s time to enjoy your graduation, formals and schoolies, then relax until ATAR results are released. If you’ve been pondering on your uni options then now is the time to reassess your preferences too.   …

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Future Leaders Writing Prize 2022

The Future Leaders Writing Prize is designed to recognise and reward talented young writers. It aims to encourage expressive and creative writing. Year 11 and 12 students in Australian secondary schools are invited to submit a piece of writing (800 to 1,000 words). The writing can be fiction or non-fiction and on any topic. In …

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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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alternative pathways

Alternative Pathways

For when things don’t quite go to plan   You’ve spent the last few years studying hard, and have applied to uni. But what happens if offers start rolling out and you miss out? We know it can be disappointing, but it’s important to not give up. There’s always another way to get into the …

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Summer Challenge Photography Competition

Looking to improve your photography? Join Australian Photography’s inaugural Summer Challenge. The Summer Challenge, presented by LaCie, is designed to help you hone your photography skills and sharpen up your portfolio with three fun photo challenges: Umbrella, Mirror and Time Out. We’ve also created a new Australian Photography Summer Challenge Facebook Group where you can …

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2021 Christmas Gingerbread House Competition

Design, create and decorate your own 100% edible gingerbread house, based on the theme of Christmas! Whether you are dreaming of a white Christmas with an edible, rustic forest cabin, or showcasing the epitome of an Australian Christmas with a bright, coastal-themed gingerbread beach house, the possibilities to your incredible gingerbread creations are endless. Embrace …

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Aviation Australia | Cabin Crew Recruitment Day Preparation Course, Online

Domestic travel is in high demand, resulting in many of the airlines commencing recruitment for hundreds of roles to allow them to increase their services. In such a competitive industry, gaining the knowledge and skills will improve your chances of securing employment as a Flight Attendant. The Recruitment Day Preparation course was designed to enhance …

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The Power of Planning and Organisation with Grandshake

Grandshake has released a brand new microprogram, designed specially for young people. This time they’re showing you how you can become a master of planning and organisation. In this 40-minute Power of Planning and Organisation microprogram, you’ll cover planning and organisation essentials including time management, task prioritisation, and project management. Pick up practical techniques that …

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Planning An Alternative Schoolies?

Planning An Alternative Schoolies?

Traditional schoolies week doesn’t appeal to everyone and that’s perfectly OK. If you’d still like to celebrate this milestone but the busyness of a mainstream schoolies event is putting you off, there are lots of other ways you can have fun and mark the occasion. Our Top Alternative Schoolies   Relax Staying at home, organising catch …

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microcredentials

What are Microcredentials?

Bite-sized learning   We know that in the future of work, our transferrable skills will be more important than ever. Gone are the days of getting one qualification and being done. Today, jobs are constantly evolving, and so our knowledge and skills need to as well. The popularity of microcredentials has exploded over the last …

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Where to look for Summer Work

Where to look for Summer Work

Looking for casual  or short term jobs over the upcoming summer break? There are loads of opportunities out there. We’ve put together a list of places where you can have a look at what’s on offer – you might find the idea job or you might just be inspired to find something similar near you. Start …

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Future Options

What are my future options?

After you finish school, there’s a whole wide world of options out there for you. Maybe you want to study. Maybe you want to work. Maybe you want to travel. But how do you know what the right choice is for you? Well, you’ve got lots of options. And if one pathway doesn’t quite fit, …

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