WOOLOOWARE HIGH CAREERS NEWSLETTER
TERM 2 WEEK 3
Where possible, the format of the newsletter has the Year 12 specific information toward the end. Information for all students is at the beginning of the newsletter. However, it is advised that students in year 10 and 11 familiarise themselves with scholarship, early offer programs and the likes so that you are aware of the processes and what you can start to do now to give yourself the best possible chance when you are in Year 12.
tertiary information day excursion
apprenticeship opportunity - hairdressing
SG Hair is currently on the look out for a
1st Year Apprentice
to join our friendly and energetic team!
This is a fantastic opportunity to develop your career in a place where quality service and excellence is in everything we do.
For all enquiries please contact:
Phone: 9580 6847
Creative Industries - Pathways to Success Evening
WHS Year 10 Work Experience
UAC for year 10 students
STEM - Pathways to Success Evening
Careers in Sport - Pathways to Success Evening
Sarina Russo Apprenticeships
Attached are the current apprenticeship vacancy list for your area.
***Please be advised that all applications must come through the SRA website jobs board. http://srajobs.sarinarusso.com/ ( or via the hyperlink on the attached lists)
Skills and Thrills Careers Showcases for parents
The Skills and Thrills careers showcase is an engaging, informative and entertaining showcase, created to highlight vocational education and training (VET) and the success stories that emanate from VET pathways. The Careers Showcase will help parents better understand vocational pathways, including apprenticeships, traineeships and school-based apprenticeships and training and give parents the knowledge they need, to help their children make informed careers choices post high school.
Through the showcase, parents and students will learn about the following;
● Apprenticeships and Traineeships
● TAFE/ Private Training Providers
● Funding options available (Smart and Skilled)
● In school options (SBAT's)
● Where to find information
● Who can assist/ resources available
● Opportunity to speak with parents and students who have chosen/ whose child has chosen a VET pathway (Q&A)
Attendees must register via the online registration link- http://homebushboys.eventbrite.com.au
Free year 11 ace science seminars
All Year 11 students are more than welcome to attend (Year 10s also welcome) - they just need to book at the link below. The seminars have been specifically designed to help them through the rest of 2019 and prepare for 2020.
There are three seminars on the day, focusing on Biology, Chemistryand Physics. Now just 10 days away, available places are running out. We suggest encouraging students to book soon in order to avoid disappointment.
UAC Information Night - Sutherland Shire
UTS Galuwa Engineering & IT Experience
The Galuwa Experience is a fantastic opportunity for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander high school students in years 10-12 to gain first-hand university experience in this fully-funded engineering and IT program.
Eligible students need to apply as soon as possible as places are available. Application deadline: 2 June 2019
- When: Monday 15 – Friday 19 July 2019 (July school holidays)
- Cost: Free (includes all meals, transport and accommodation)
- Where: University of Technology Sydney and city locations
For more information, contact Jumbunna Institute for Indigenous Education and Research on 1800 064 312 or firstname.lastname@example.org
UCAT ANZ Closing Date Reminder
UAC NEWS and reminders
UAC has already received thousands of applications from Year 12 students for study in 2020.
To start their application students will need their Year 12 student number (issued through their school) and their UAC PIN (supplied by UAC).
Once they have applied they can use their UAC Application Number (generated once they input their personal details) and UAC PIN to login and manage their application.
EMAIL ADDRESS REMINDER
Remind your students to provide their email address to NESA (preferably a personal email address rather than a school email address). NESA provides this information to UAC to send PIN information.
Institutions haven’t provided all 2020 course information to UAC, but let your students know that they can select any course commencing in 2020 for now to complete their application and come back later to review and update their preferences. All courses will be available through UAC by August.
ACCESS AND SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS ARE OPEN
These programs have opened earlier this year so schools have more time to help students with their supporting documentation like records of attendance, educational impact statements and student ratings (for SRS).
It also gives students more time to fill out their applicant statement, obtain supporting documentation like medical impact statements and Centrelink information, all before the pressure of final exams.
If you have students who may be eligible for these schemes, encourage them to begin their equity application as soon as they've applied through UAC.
KEY DATES FOR 2019–20 ADMISSIONS
UTS Co-op Scholarships Open
UOW faculty of engineering and information technologies information evening
On behalf of the faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies, I would like to invite your students to join us at the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies’ Year 11 & 12 Information Evening.
This will be an excellent opportunity for students interested to hear from and meet heads of school, faculty staff, current students and industry speakers. Students will discover our degree offerings, scholarships available, entry requirements and our embedded industry immersion/placement program.
This event is suitable for parents, students and teachers.
- When: Wednesday 5 June
- Where: Eastern Avenue Auditorium, Camperdown Campus, University of Sydney
- Time: 6pm (for a 6:15pm start) – 8pm
- Format: formal presentations, industry speakers, Q&A panel, networking
- Register Here (registration essential)
We look forward to welcoming you on the night. Refreshments will be provided at the networking session.
Australian National University
Direct Applications to ANU will close on 31st May 2019
Domestic school leavers willing to study at ANU and intend to commence in 2020 have until the 31st of May to submit their applications. Many students have already completed the application process, which is open to domestic students who are currently in Year 12. Our admissions model looks beyond ATAR scores to consider a student’s all-round character and will be unique in its focus on holistic student assessment.
Students can apply for all ANU Bachelor programs directly to the university. One form covers all students need to apply for a degree, accommodation and scholarships - there's no need to worry about multiple applications or deadlines. And even better: applications are free!
Click here to apply for ANU.
If you miss the application deadline you can apply through UAC, subject to ANU program availability.
University of Sydney Scholarships Information Evening
30 July. 6.00pm – 7.30pm
Eastern Avenue Auditorium, Eastern Avenue , The University of Sydney
If you are a Year 12 student, join us on campus for an informative evening where current students and staff will answer the important questions on scholarships
Reminder - UNSW Degrees and Scholarships Info Evening
11 June, 13 June, 20 June
At UNSW Sydney, we know that choosing what to study at university can be a complex decision. That’s why we’re holding the UNSW Degree and Scholarships Information Evening.
UTS - Bachelor of Information Technology Co-operative Scholarship
Closes 8 September
Are you at the top of your game? With the Bachelor of Information Technology (BIT), you’ll join a cohort of high achieving students who are passionate about using technology to drive business outcomes.
The BIT is a three-year, fast-tracked IT course that’s been designed to mentor the next generation of IT and business leaders.
Endeavour College of Natural Health – Open Day
Natural Health Open Day is an opportunity to be immersed in the Endeavour College experience. Speak with lecturers and students, find out all about our Bachelor degree courses, explore our campuses, learn about educational pathways and study options, and find out if a career in natural health is for you.