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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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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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Macquarie University’s free service to kick-start students’ careers

Macquarie University equips their students to be job-ready by supporting them through the MQ Student Employment (MQSE) service. Whether a student is searching for work on or off-campus while studying, MQSE provides Macquarie students with access to job opportunities and coaching sessions to get them comfortable and confident in the recruitment process. Situated in the …

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Premier’s Spirit of Democracy Competition

The Premier’s Spirit of Democracy (PSoD) Study Tour explores the origins of democracy, building a deeper understanding of the influence that democracy has on contemporary Victorian and Australian society. It is an annual competition open to students enrolled in Years 9, 10 and 11. PSoD offers up to 22 students and up to four teacher …

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Bond University’s Transformation Degrees

Bond University has long held a reputation for producing graduates equipped with the knowledge and capabilities necessary to be highly successful in their future lives and work. In 2020, we launched new degrees in Digital, Entrepreneurial, Health and Legal Transformation. These innovative programs combine key discipline studies, a core of transdisciplinary subjects and work integrated …

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Aussie Helpers Volunteers for Isolated Student Education (AHVise)

The Aussie Helpers Volunteers for Isolated Student Education (AHVise) program is an educational volunteer organisation that connects retired teachers, tutors and homestay volunteers ‘AHVISE angels’ with distance education students in remote Australia. AHVise is able to provide educational support to geographically isolated families thanks to its dedicated team of volunteer tutors from all around Australia. …

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Student Group Coaching Session

Are you a student tired of being in lockdown and wanting to discuss your questions about careers, next steps and dealing with life in general? Join us for this group coaching session where you can share and hear from other students on their journey and take away tips and new connections. The agenda is open …

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Interested in a career as a Veterinary Practitioner?

In the latest interview from Braintree’s International Oyster Program, Christine Fernandes talks about her life as a Vet to support students as they navigate career options. Here is a glimpse of what was discussed! The full 15 minute interview is available here: https://lnkd.in/grNtDdMX Find out more about the International Oyster Program here: https://internationaloysterprogram.com/

Little Stories Big Ideas Flash Fiction Competition for Secondary School Students

Little Stories Big Ideas is a flash fiction competition where Australian Secondary School Students write a story to a theme in any literary form they like – poetry, prose, song, even haiku. FREE to enter with great prizes on offer from generous sponsors. The competition is split into a Junior Division (Years 7 to 9) …

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Hear from a professional rugby player turned CEO with the International Oyster Program

Braintree’s International Oyster Program delivers yet another amazing interview! This time with Mark Coyne – CEO of Employers Mutual Limited. Designed for schools, TAFE, Universities and Parents, this not-for-profit program is aimed at supporting our next generation workforce and leaping them forward with knowledge and tools to find their calling in their careers. Mark is …

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Aussie Student Inventions Competition

The 2021 Aussie Student Inventions Competition is now open to all primary and secondary students. In partnership with the producers of ‘Aussie Inventions That Changed The World’, the search is officially back on for Australia’s most innovative students. Your invention can be of any type, size or functionality. It could solve a problem, make life …

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Join the International Oyster Program

Braintree’s International Oyster Program delivers yet another amazing interview. This time with Helen Waldron, Head of Member Relations and Head NSW Ai Group. Helen shares her insights in a remarkable role as a ‘Connector’ between Australian Businesses and Government. Designed for schools, TAFE, Universities and Parents, this not-for-profit program is aimed at supporting our next …

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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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How to Build a Strong Work Ethic – new microprogram from Grandshake

Grandshake has launched a brand new online microprogram for young job seekers and students called “How to Build a Strong Work Ethic”. The 40-minute microprogram lays out the foundations of having a solid work ethic. Participate in exercises to pinpoint your values and find a career that embodies them. Pick up accountability techniques and interview …

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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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Tax and Young People

Tax and Young People

What is tax?   It’s not the most fun subject to talk about, but it’s an important one – tax. If you’ve got yourself a part-time or casual job, even if you’re still at school, chances are you’ll need to know about tax. But what even is tax? Think of it this way. Tax is …

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Hear from an Entrepreneur with the International Oyster Program

Braintree’s International Oyster Program delivers yet another amazing interview! This time with Amy-Rose Goodey – an amazing entrepreneur, talking about the future of work and how we can use technology to provide solutions for the treatment of ADHD and Autism. You can see a snapshot of other interviews below from amazing professionals just like you. …

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My Big Tomorrow

My Big Tomorrow is a resource designed to help young Australians realise bigger life choices. Here you can discover your dream career, experience a day in the life of someone doing that job and find out how they got there. My Big Tomorrow is also a valuable tool for educators and parents. Here you will …

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University of Sydney HSC Society and Culture Support

To help support Year 12 HSC Society and Culture students, the University of Sydney is running expert consultations with Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences for PIP Projects. These 15 minute virtual consultation sessions aim to support Year 12 HSC Society and Culture students with their personal interest projects. The one-on-one consultation sessions will be …

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Spark Engineering Camp, Melbourne

For students in grade 10-12, this is an opportunity of a life time which is supported by our partners. Spark is a week-long free residential camp held during the July school holidays, to inspire deserving students who have an interest in STEM. Applications are open now and close on Sunday 25 April.

Spark Engineering Camp, Brisbane

For students in grade 10-12, this is an opportunity of a life time which is supported by our partners. Spark is a week-long free residential camp held during the July school holidays, to inspire deserving students who have an interest in STEM. Applications are open now and close on Sunday 25 April.

NGV | Online Learning Festival

Prepare for excellence in VCE with two action packed days of art and design with the National Gallery of Victoria. Gather inspiration from exhibitions, artists and workshops, hear from Top Arts exhibitors about what it takes to make an outstanding VCE Art or Studio Arts folio. Learn how to discuss, analyse and write about art …

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Top of the Class Podcast

Hear from the world’s highest achieving students including global competition winners, entrepreneurs, activists, Harvard grads and more in Crimson Education’s Top of the Class podcast. Go behind the headline achievement to learn how students got started and how you can do the same. Listen here: https://crimsonstopoftheclass.buzzsprout.com/

It Takes a Spark EDU Conference, Perth

The intent of the It Takes a Spark EDU Conference is to bring together Students and their Teachers to connect with inspiring industry role models, share their current school based activities and projects using an authentic sharing and experiential model, create networks of teachers and student teams, and solve social justice design challenges. The participation …

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Carlingford Community Art Show

The Rotary Club of Carlingford are very pleased to present the inaugural Carlingford Community Art Show. Artists are invited to enter their works for this year’s virtual art show. There is a special category for students in Years 10, 11 and 12 to enter works in any medium. The student category features a $500 prize …

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A day in the life of a speech pathology student at ACU

Shivani Vummidi is an ACU student studying speech pathology. If you’ve wondered what a typical day in the life of a student looks like, follow Shivani along as she takes you through her daily activities. Read about it on ACU’s blog here: https://www.impact.acu.edu.au/future-student/a-day-in-the-life-of-a-speech-pathology-student

Year 12 Coming Back Stronger

Already a vulnerable period for the development of mental illness, COVID-19 has added another layer of stress to the HSC year. Coming Back Stronger is an initiative from the Kidman Centre at UTS that aims to proactively help students get back on track with their studies through the use of evidence-based psychological strategies that improve …

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Check out the TAFE QLD Virtual Creative Showcase

TAFE Queensland has a virtual creative gallery, showcasing some of the best work from graduates and current students. See student’s work in floristry, animation, graphic design, visual arts, and much more. Get inspired and see where a TAFE course can take you. View the showcase here: https://spark.adobe.com/page/Fbf402KG5NVWS/

What is VU’s Block Model?

Are you thinking of studying at Victoria University? You might be wondering how their Block Model works, and how it might benefit you as a student. Take a look at this video with some students explaining their experience at VU and how it’s been helpful for them. You can also check out this quick 60-second …

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Becoming an Author in High School

For a lot of us, getting a book published might seem like a far-off dream. But for Year 11 student Georgia Wright, this dream has become a reality. At just 16 years old she has recently had her very first novel published, called Love Hurts. Georgia said that reading and storytelling has always been a …

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Free Yoga for Teachers and Teens

Each month Yoga with Adriene offers a variety of free classes based on a different theme. This month there are classes made especially for teachers, students, and to use in the classroom. You can check what classes are available on her calendar here, or go to her YouTube playlist to give them a watch.

Burn Bright Digital Leadership and Wellbeing Programs for Schools

Burn Bright exists to promote the prevention of mental illness in young people, specifically anxiety and depression. Burn Bright is aimed at students from Year 5 to 12. They have created a series of interactive online modules to use in the classroom to develop and enhance students’ wellbeing and emotional resilience. Module topics include leadership, …

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Flinders University Resources for Year 12 Students

Flinders University has recently launched a brand new webpage filled with important info for Year 12 students. The page was created in response to the disruption students are facing this year. It includes links to entry pathways, webinars, enhanced campus tours, support services, and more. Check it out here: https://www.flinders.edu.au/study/high-school-students

USQ | Parent and Student Information Session

Representatives from USQ will discuss the Accelerated Entry Pathway Program (AEPP) and be available for questions. Join us to discover how to help you transition from school to Become University Ready.

SACE Students Online

SACE are live! New functionality has been added to Students Online to allow for the collection of students’ sharing preferences and background information, making the whole process quicker and easier for everyone. You can also view your SACE results online. Watch the video demonstration here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7P0Fs7S8e24&feature=youtu.be

UniCentral Student Accommodation

If you’re thinking of moving to the Sunshine Coast to study at USC, UniCentral offers convenient accommodation 5 minutes from campus. This fully furnished housing offers plenty of extra amenities, including a pool, free laundry facilities, secure internet and more. Applications for students starting in Semester 1 2021 are open now. Rooms fill fast, so …

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mental health

Mental Health in the Classroom

Mental health is becoming a greater concern for young people, with up to 80% of students reporting that their studies have been affected by mental health issues (https://headspace.org.au/blog/majority-of-aussie-students-stressed-depressed/). You might have noticed that some of your students have been struggling with the demands of study and life. We have gathered some resources, including lesson plans, …

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Changes to Schooling in Queensland

During the current coronavirus situation, many things have been changing with regards to school. The team at Study Work Grow are putting together information to help you stay informed. In Queensland, Term 2 will begin on Monday 20 April. However, students will be learning from home instead of attending school. Vulnerable students and children of …

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The Best Jobs for School Leavers

If you’re finishing year 12 this year and aren’t sure what to do next, you might be considering getting a job. Whether it’s casual or full-time, a job can help you earn some money and learn skills that will last a lifetime. TAFE NSW has put together a blog with some great job ideas for …

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World Teachers Day

This Friday 25 October is World Teachers Day. The theme this year is “Young Teachers: The Future of the Profession”. This is a day to celebrate teachers and the work they do all across the country. Make sure you say thanks to your teachers this Friday! You can find a bunch of resources for the …

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The Sydney Extracurricular Summit

When we hear the word, “Extracurriculars” in Australia, we often think of sport, music or a school activity such as debating. While there is great value in these activities, there are so many more amazing extracurricular opportunities for students to discover! These opportunities can help students deepen their learning, find their passion and influence their …

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Student Study Day

The Unley Town Hall will be open for students to come and study. Desks and WiFi will be provided, as well as free toasties for lunch and free 10 minute shoulder massages from Rub Physiotherapy.

UNE | HSC Booster Days

Monday 3 June – Tuesday 4 June 2019 | 9am – 2pm UNE Campus UNE and specialist lecturers present various sessions in the maths, science, economics, business and legal studies disciplines. These sessions are jam packed with relevant information to assist Year 12 students reach their full potential and in many sessions students are able …

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