Work Experience Year 10
Year 10 students have their week of work experience beginning the 20 –24 April. So don’t come to the College first week back after the school holidays – your employers are waiting for you!
The University of the Sunshine Coast:- A FOCUS.
Update #1 – Parent Lounge at USC
Have you visited the USC Parent Lounge yet? It’s packed with resources to help you support your kids through the transition to university life and learning. Go to usc.edu.au/parents for more info.
Also Go to the parent lounge toolkit at http://www.usc.edu.au/connect/schools-and-parents/usc-parent-lounge#toolkit. This website has been placed on the College’s Connect website. It has excellent information for :-
- Getting into UNI
- Costs and financial support
- University life, accommodation and transport
The University of the Sunshine Coast has a Career Profiler program that matches skills interests to University degrees. Take the University of the Sunshine Coasts My Brilliant Career Profiler to match yourself with the university degree that will help you shine. http://www.usc.edu.au/learn/student-support/careers-and-employment .
Update #2 – Friday Night Sport Talks at USC
USC’s Friday Night Sport Talks are about sharing sport, health and wellbeing knowledge across the community. These lively half-hour chats with USC sport and health science staff, students and accomplished athletes continue until July. The talks are happening on 24 April, 29 May, 12 June and 31 July from 5.30pm to 6.00pm in the recreation room at the USC Sports Stadium. The talks are free to attend and BBQ food will be available for purchase on the night.
Places are limited so contact Tania Stevenson to RSVP at [email protected] or 5459 4823.
Year 10-12 ‘Health Heroes’, 1 May Careers in Health. If you are interested in attending this event, let your Year Coordinator, and/or Mr Nash know.
On 13 May Year 10 night, 6.30pm in the College Theatre – Feedback on Work Experience, Careers Program, SET PLAN process, refer to the Careers Events, Expos and Open days Calendar on Connect.
I would like to thank Mrs Melanie Parker for her assistance with the Future Pathways Program this term and wish everyone a blessed and safe Easter.
Paul Nash, Future Pathways Co-ordinator