News from our Careers Department Contacts

Essential Energy Apprenticeship and Traineeship Program is open for application
An apprenticeship or traineeship is a great way to kick start a career, with combined formal learning and on the job training. The journey will be supported by a great crew and professional training team. We have opportunities available at a range of locations. Visit our website to learn more or email our team.

Did you know that the application process for NSW Police has been updated?
For those of you who may not be aware, NSW police are now recruiting applicants directly. Minimum age is 18.5 years and applicants must complete the University Certificate of Work Experience before applying. All details are well set out at on our website.

Just released! Scholarships for future teachers are now open!
This is a fantastic opportunity for HSC students interested in a teaching career. Students will be paid to study and given a PERMANENT teaching position upon successful completion of their teacher education studies. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to apply for a scholarship with the NSW Department of Education. Click here to apply now.

Design and Technology Competition WIN $1K (students) Entries Now Open
The Bright Awards, open till December 1 for year 11-12 students. Enter as many pieces from your students in Graphic Design, Web and Interactive, Photography, Animation, Games, Fashion and Interior Design. Monetary Prizes awarded in every category for both school and students. Share this with creative staff and students. For further information visit the competition website.

Staying Safe in Cyberspace
Love social media, but hate cyberbullying & the ‘compare and despair phenomenon’? Learn how to stay psychologically well and safe online with Louise Remond and Kristy Goodwin on April 10. Click here for more information.

Useful articles for parents | myfuture | Assist your child
There is a new resource to help parents and carers begin the conversation with their child about the world of work. myfuture, Australia’s National Career Information Service, has some great articles and activities to get the conversation started. Click here to read more.