What type of career do I want to pursue?
It is never too early to start thinking about the answer to this question and many of our students here at St Dominic’s have some great ideas. I always remind students that is important to follow your interests and pursue your passions, as this will help in having a smooth and enjoying transition from education into the workforce.
Our latest event at the College was our Year 12 Seminar and Support Mentoring Program, as the College aims to prepare the boy’s to their full potential upon their final HSC exams. This aims to push for the results the boy’s hope for in securing the courses for their University studies. For more on this, see here.
Careers News Events:
Universities Admission Centre (UAC)
Year 12 Students are reminded that University applications for UAC will open August 1st via the UAC website. Passcodes will be sent from UAC via the school students email address.
Final Reminder Early Offer Program to Notre Dame University
Year 12 students who are motivated, forward-thinking and eager to get a head start on their future can secure a place at Notre Dame University.
For further information about the Early Offer Program please call 8204 4404 or email firstname.lastname@example.org – Closes 31 July.
Australian Catholic University
Information on Pathways and Entry Schemes –
University of Sydney Scholarships Information Evening
14 August. 6.00pm to 8.00pm, Eastern Avenue Auditorium, Eastern Avenue , The University of Sydney
Informative evening where current students and staff from the University will answer the important questions on scholarships: What scholarships are offered at the University of Sydney? What does it take to submit a successful scholarship application? What are the broad range of opportunities available to scholarship holders?
University of Wollongong Early Entry Applications
Applications open 1-24 August
Early Admission is UOW’s early offer program for Year 12 students. It recognises the personal qualities and skills of students.
You’re eligible if you are:
Completing the HSC.
Under 21 years of age, and eligible to receive an ATAR
Fee-free Apprenticeships Announced
From 1 July 2018, the NSW Government will cover the qualification fee for 100,000 new apprenticeships over the next six years, to help address skills shortages. Under the initiative, employers and apprentices won’t have to pay the up-to-$2000 qualification fee – the government will pay it direct to the Smart and Skilled training provider.
Mrs D Rimmer