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Choose a uni degree. Pick a trade. Sometimes it can feel like these are your only two options. Like the ridiculous variety of stuff you’ve learned in 12 years of school was designed to shove you down one of two career paths. To be frank, that’s basic.
Work experience is unlike almost any other part of a student’s schooling life. As an educator, it means entrusting private businesses with your students’ education and wellbeing.
Now, more than ever, regional Australian businesses and industry need to support our school leavers by bridging the gap from school to working life.
Grand Opportunities, a regional skills initiative delivered in partnership with Inland Rail that gives secondary schools an opportunity to engage with major regional employers and provide their students with meaningful virtual work experiences.
Here’s what working from home means today for students and how we see it looking in the future.
If you finished high school in 2020, you deserve a huge pat on the back. The last year of school is – of course – the hardest year. A global pandemic is the last thing anyone needs while juggling exams, working part-time and keeping up a social life.
When industry and education work together, not only does it give students the opportunity but it gives industry the ability to further develop talent
A quick guide to help you create a work experience opportunity and get students excited about the role you have for offer
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Here are five ways you can find out about opportunities whether it be work experience, VET courses, apprenticeships or job shadowing
Whilst the nerves might never go away, it doesn’t mean you’re cursed with horrible job interviews the rest of your life. Here are six top tips on how you can ace an interview – whether it be for work experience, a part-time job or your dream career.
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