As Term 2 begins to unfold, there are many opportunities that are coming up for the boys to connect with there future pathways. Please find below many of the interesting offerings that are currently popping up:
Adelaide University and Stem:
Adelaide uni are offering a series of webinars and insights into STEM at the university. There is a multitude of offerings and will give thoughtful insights into degrees and approaches at the uni-
STEM: Innovative degrees and exciting careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. We invite you and your students to join our interactive event to hear from staff and graduates about the rapidly growing STEM careers market (including emerging fields). Discover how your students can prepare for their future career with one of our cutting-edge degrees. Tuesday 21 June, 6.00pm
Animal and Veterinary Sciences: Information Sessions in 2022 to equip you and your students with the information they need to turn their passion for animals into a career. Please click the button below to register your interest. We’ll contact you once the dates and times are finalised. In the meantime check out our 2023 Admissions Guides to learn more about the application process and key dates.
STEM Academy: Explore our range of engaging, interactive STEM workshops, delivered on campus or in your school including:
Rockets, Space Travel and the Science That Makes It Possible: Exploring aerospace engineering and space science, this exciting activity gets students hands on, learning about the basic science and engineering principles in rocketry. Putting this knowledge to the test, students are then challenged to design, build and launch small scale rockets competing for the best design.
Flavour Chemistry: The Science Behind the Taste and Smell of Food: What is your favourite food or drink smell and does it remind you of anything? To understand what we taste, we first need to know how we taste. In this workshop students will learn what senses to use for descriptive analysis and how we research flavour and aroma on a chemical level.
Explore The World of STEM in Virtual Reality!: Access brand new custom designed Virtual Reality technology brought to you by The University of Adelaide’s STEM Academy team to help your students expand their horizons and experience STEM concepts in a whole new way. With interactive experiences covering biology, chemistry, physics, earth and environmental sciences, our VR experiences have an exciting and informative experience to offer for every discipline
University of Sydney:
The University is offering may different webinars and insights into some of their courses and areas of career interest. Should any of these be of interest please follow the links to register:
Your Future in Business| Wed 1 June 4-4:30pm
Join this session to hear about how the Bachelor of Commerce at the University of Sydney will prepare you for a future in business. Find out about the wide range of areas of study or ‘majors’ on offer, such as Finance, Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Human Resource Management, Management & Leadership, and more.
Careers in Architecture| Wed 8 June 4-4:30pm
Are you interested in architecture and the built environment? Discover the myriad of careers available to you in architecture, design, urban planning, heritage conservation, property development, sustainability, construction and more! Find out how a degree at the Sydney School of Architecture can help you prepare for an exciting career in the field.
Day in the life of a Law Student| Wed 15 June 4-4:30pm
Join our diverse student panel to learn more about what it’s like to study Law at the University of Sydney Law School, ranked #16 in the world.*2022 QS World University Rankings by Subject.
The Bachelor of Oral Health| Wed 22 June 4-4:30pm
Join us for a session on the Bachelor of Oral Health to find out about the clinical placements, assumed knowledge, changes to the admission process, professional accreditation and more towards your career as an oral health therapist.
Bond University Early Registrations:
Bond University is now offering early registrations based off students Semester 1 year 12 grades and year 11 grades. Please look at the following if this is of interest to you: Bond University’s Year 12 Early Guaranteed Offer Scheme was created to help students navigate their pathway to university. Eligible students can receive an offer to study at Bond in 2023 before final ATAR or IB Diploma results are released, providing certainty about future study options. Students can apply to Bond direct now and receive a guaranteed early offer by following these easy steps: 1 Apply direct online. Applying online is easy. Students simply complete the online application form, submitting their semester 1 (term 1 and term 2) Year 12 report, as well as their full Year 11 report card.
2 Hold tight
Applications and high school grades are assessed against the entry requirements for Bond’s undergraduate and diploma programs (excluding the Medical Program). If successful, students will receive a guaranteed offer for their Bond program of choice.
3 Complete Year 12 and pass subject prerequisites
Offers guarantee entry to the relevant Bond program conditional on the completion of Year 12, and passing any subject prerequisites. When these requirements are met, the offer becomes unconditional.
Australian Maritime College:
Year 11 and 12 students from across South Australia have the exclusive opportunity to set sail for a week-long learning adventure, including three days exploring their future study options at the Australian Maritime College (AMC).
Supported by South Australian Department for Education, AMC and the Naval Shipbuilding College (NSC), 16 students will experience a program fully immersing them in the maritime sector with a range of workshop activities, industry and state-of-the-art testing facility tours, practical simulations, study pathways and career information. Places are limited. Applications close Monday 30 May at 5pm.
Maritime Immersion Camp
- When: Monday 27 June to 1 July 2022
- Where: South Australia and Tasmania
- Who: Year 11 and 12 students
- Cost: No cost to students
Australian Apprenticeship Support Network:
The below link will take you to the most recent list of vacancies showing the apprenticeships and traineeships currently have available in the state: MEGT
Often students require school references for tertiary applications (in particular overseas applications) or residential college applications. The references can usually be categorised as being academic or personal/character type references. The School does have a policy that aims to support students requiring a reference. Any student requiring a reference or seeking a staff member to be a referee should contact the Careers Counsellor in the first instance. This process is in place so that the type of reference required can be ascertained and appropriate arrangements made to prepare a suitable reference. References, transcripts of results and academic statements cannot be prepared immediately. A minimum of two weeks’ notice is required to effectively prepare the reference, transcripts and/or academic statements, and students should factor this time requirement into their planning for application submissions.
Acting Careers Counsellor