In Focus Careers

WA Career Events – Week of July 24

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⇒ August Issue – Tertiary Reminders Careers Newsletter

I will send out the August newsletter this week (24th July) with news of career events happening in WA through August and September. As requested, I have included lots of information about:

  • Scholarships
  • Vocational education opportunities.

If you know of any events that I have missed please let me know and I will share that information here.

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⇒ STEM Incursion for Year 10 Students

Schools can enlist the help of Scitech to encourage year 10 students to choose STEM subjects by booking a school incursion.

⇒ Redesigning Futures Workshop Series Starts– Kent Street SHS

Workshops to empower senior students to become Changemakers for the Future start at Kent St Senior High on 28th July.

⇒ University Open Days

Green screen movie studios, wetland safaris and seeing how you use bubbles to float metal are on my “To See” list at the Murdoch Open DayOPen day⇒ 27th July UMATUmat

Good luck to everyone doing the Undergraduate Medical Admissions Test on 27th.

To read discussions between last year’s applicants search “UMAT 2015” on whirlpool.net.au forums.

⇒ 27 – 28 July West Kimberly Youth Services Forum

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Kimberley Youth Services are running workshops at Goolari to provide information on:

  • Employment and Careers
  • Money management
  • Emotional well-being

Ph: 9192 2228 Email: wkys.conference@gmail.com

⇒ 29th July Notre Dame Early Offers Close 

logo-notre-dameIf you are in Year 12, you can apply directly to Notre Dame and potentially receive an offer prior to doing your end of year exams.

 

If you want the know-how to connect to your ideal future career contact:

Bev.J@infocus-careers.com.au M: 04340564121

Author: Bev Johnson

A fantastic careers teacher may have changed my life. I've spent my career going from job to job. After washing cars and working in bars I went into marketing. I then became an English teacher. Teaching has been the foundation for a lot of my career. I went into TAFE where I designed participation programs, then into HR, then developed training programs for industry.  I taught e-commerce and developed systems to make it easier for organisations to work together. I kept going for scholarships and going back to uni along the way. At one time I became a world expert on collaboration frameworks, and discovered it was tricky having a conversation about THAT with anyone I knew!! I now focus on delivering information that helps careers teachers to be fantastic. You can tap into my expertise by subscribing to my newsletter. Contact me at Bev.J@infocus-careers.com.au or M: 0434056412

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