Careers

Year 12 student results

Your VCE study scores, ATAR and VTAC Scaled Study Scores will be available to you via the Results and ATAR website and the Results and ATAR app. All current VCE students will receive a statement of VCE study scores from the VCAA. However, only students who have applied for courses through VTAC this year and have paid their VTAC processing fees will be sent an ATAR statement in the mail.

 

How to access your results online

The VCE results and ATAR Service will be available on Wednesday 30th December, 7am.

To view your results online register online at  resultsandatar.vic.edu.au using the instructions provided there. You will then be able to access. Note: The Results and ATAR service log in details are different from your VTAC ID and PIN. VCE students can access their ATAR in the VTAC account.

 
 

Year 12 students applying through VTAC – Change of Preference

Change of Preference (CoP) gives you the chance to add, delete and reorder your university and/or TAFE preferences. 

 

On school-campus Change of Preference support:

Wednesday 30th December (10am – 4pm) McGuire campus in the Senior Study Centre there will be Careers advisors, Neighbourhood Leaders and, from 10-12, La Trobe University to assist with understanding your results and your course options

 

Wednesday 30th December (10am – 4pm) Wanganui campus in the Senior Learning Centre there will be Careers advisors, Neighbourhood Leaders and, from 12-4 , La Trobe University to assist with understanding your results and your course options

 

Thursday 31st December (9am – 3pm) Wanganui campus in the Senior Learning Centre there will be Careers advisors and, from 9-12, La Trobe University to assist with understanding your results and your course options

 

If you receive an offer, you will be offered the course highest on your preference list you are eligible for (you have met the ATAR and selection criteria requirements). It is also the last chance you have to make sure your preference list reflects what you would like to study in the future. After receiving your results and checking these against pre-requisites for courses in your preferences you have until midday Jan 4th 2021 to make changes.

 

Change of Preference support direct from the Universities, TAFE’s and other Institutes

All providers are offering Change of Preference support to students in one form or another. Students are encouraged to use these services wherever possible. La Trobe University will be on-site at both campuses as well as their Shepparton campus. Sarah Poppa from GOTAFE will also be available via telephone on Wednesday Dec 30th Contact one of the GSSC Careers advisors for Sarah’s contact details. 

Want to do a campus visit to Monash University? 

If you are interested in studying an undergraduate degree but are unsure of which campus to go to it can be worthwhile checking the universities out in person which we are now allowed to do. Monash University has opened up some times for you to do just that but you will need to book as numbers are restricted. Go to www.monash.edu/change-of-preference/campus-tours to make your booking if you are interested. 

 

Casual employment

With Christmas just around the corner, it’s a very busy time for many businesses and employers are now hiring casual staff. You can sign up for employment opportunities at the following websites:

 

Coleshttps://bit.ly/383OETN 
IGA Supermarketshttps://bit.ly/382p4yw 
KFChttps://bit.ly/33N7mM1 
Woolworthshttps://bit.ly/2RptgTp 
Hungry Jackshttps://bit.ly/2qkwIU8 
Kmarthttps://bit.ly/2Y8U2Rd 
Targethttps://bit.ly/2qZ76MZ 
McDonaldshttps://bit.ly/380Uvtb 
Bunningshttps://bit.ly/2LfB2Ls 
Donut Kinghttps://bit.ly/2YbqYIy 
Boost Juicehttps://bit.ly/2P36v4I 
Red Roosterhttps://bit.ly/2Lf35Le 
Cotton Onhttps://bit.ly/2LjebPj 
Sportsgirlhttps://bit.ly/2RfT2cC 
Officeworkshttps://bit.ly/361GkCp 
Apcohttps://bit.ly/33F09xz 

About 80% of all job vacancies aren’t advertised, so it is crucial that you market yourself to businesses with an excellent resume and cover letter. Make sure you tell as many people as possible that you are looking for work as often employers rely on ‘word of mouth’ to recruit for their positions. 

 

For excellent job seeking tips, and resume/cover letter templates, check out the resources at Skillsroad - www.skillsroad.com.au 

 

Your GSSC Careers team

McGuire campus

 -  Susan Barr & Ant Newham

Mooroopna campus

 - Ruth O’Bree and Mary-ann Linehan

Mary-ann is the College Partnerships leader. 

Wanganui campus

 – Tarsh Boyko and Graeme Crosbie

Graeme is the Careers Leader across the College, Tarsh is the new VCE Leader.

 

Your GSSC Careers website

www.gssccareers.com

 

 

 

Graeme Crosbie 

 

Careers Leader 

Greater Shepparton SC