Careers and Pathways

Careers News


Year 11 

As part of the Yr 11 Careers Program all Year 11 students will complete their Career Action Plan and meet with careers team to discuss their plans for post Year 12.  This provides the students an opportunity to reflect on their aspirations and goals and to plan their pathways.


Career Sessions will be run on:

Wednesday 24 April Period 1 for Year 11 D, E & F


During Term 2, the students will meet with the Career Team to discuss their plans.


VCE and Career Expo

On Friday 3 May, all Year 11 students will attend the VCE and Career Expo.  At this Expo there will be exhibitors representing a wide range of areas including Universities, TAFE, Private RTO’s, Employment, Apprenticeships and Traineeships, GAP Year and Volunteering organisations, ect.


Throughout the day there will be 30 minute seminars on a range a different topics including preparing for work, VCE studies, industry specific.

Compass consent is required by 1 April.


Year 12 

Please book in for a compulsory Careers Interview to discuss career pathways after Year 12. Make a booking on the Careers Interview Sheet outside of the Careers Office. Compulsory Careers Interviews will be scheduled on Compass if students have not already booked one.


Year 10

Work Experience for Year 10s will be held from Monday 24 June to Friday 28 June, 2019. Students need to explore websites and talk to family and friends of family about opportunities to do work experience.

Students are required to have secured a placement and return their Work Experience Forms to Careers Office by 1 April, 2019. Students will look at work experience options during Pathways classes. Students are welcome to come to the Careers Office to discuss Work Experience options.





Year 10s were inspired by the Shape Your Destiny Workshop held on Monday 1st April, 2019. Students were encouraged to pursue their passion and explore their careers options. It was a two and a half hour workshop with activities to motivate students to explore what they would love to do for a career. One of Himal Phillay’s (guest speaker) quotes was ‘Love what you do. Do what you love.’



Victoria University | Business Course Information Sessions

Thursday 9 May | 6.30pm - 7.30pm | Melbourne Campus

Want to work in the thriving, fast-paced world of business? Come along to hear about studying at Victoria University in 2020! Whether you are interested in accounting, finance, human resources, logistics, supply chain management, or tourism and events management – we have some of Australia's most progressive business courses.

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ACU | Melbourne Midyear Open Evening

Wednesday 15 May | ACU Melbourne Campus

Discover our upcoming midyear open evening sessions. Come along and learn about course details, admission pathways and career opportunities – for both undergraduate and postgraduate study. More information about 2019's Midyear open evenings will be available soon.

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Victoria University | Music Course Info Sessions

Thursday 16 May | 6.30pm - 7.30pm | Kindred Studios

Passionate about music? Come along to hear about studying at Victoria University in 2020! If you want to make music or mix some serious sounds, you can learn it all at VU. We offer contemporary performance and sound-engineering courses, from certificate to bachelor degree level. Find out about our cutting-edge music technology and recording facilities at Kindred Studios. And learn how you can be a part of collaborative projects with students, industry professionals, and community organisations.

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Victoria University | Building & Engineering Course Info Sessions

Tuesday 21 May | 6.30pm - 7.30pm | Footscray Park Campus

See your future in building or engineering? Come along to hear about studying at Victoria University in 2020! If you think that building and engineering are interesting and clever career choices, you're right. Come and learn why graduates of our programs are in hot demand. Find out about the 20-plus courses in building and engineering offered at VU, at all levels, and including architectural, electrical and civil engineering. When you study with us, you'll learn to approach building and engineering problems independently, resolving issues with creative and practical solutions. You'll take part in site visits, work placements or industry projects that give you the practical experience needed to confidently begin your career.

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Victoria University | Law, Criminology & Legal Services Course Info Sessions

Thursday 23 May | 6.30pm - 7.30pm | City Queen Campus

Interested in the law, solving crime or protecting the rights of citizens? Come along to hear about studying at Victoria University in 2020! Find out about our range of courses in legal practice, criminal justice, legal administration, management and other specialist roles – at short course, TAFE, degree or postgraduate level. Learn how we ensure you gain the knowledge, skills and professional recognition you'll need through internships, mooting programs and experiencing real cases.

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