Pathways Yr 10 - In this article more information will be given on the opportunities to Year 10
In order to better prepare our students for their future careers, the College undertakes to provide a range of experiences to help students with future decisions. In addition to undertaking Work Studies courses as part of the Curriculum, the students also have an overnight excursion to Hobart. Students explore a variety of career industries in Hobart, speak to industry professionals and of course have a little bit of fun! They visit locations such as: the Menzies Institute, Jane Franklin Hall, the Institute of Antarctic and Marine Studies, Parliament House, TAFE, UTAS, the Police Academy and Anglesea Barracks. Many students report positively of their trip and the College feels this is a very successful endeavour.
From 2015: "I wasn't really sure what I wanted to do at the start of the year. But after attending the Pathways week and visiting the Institute of Antarctic and Marine Studies, I now am pretty sure I want to be a Marine Biologist. I came back from Hobart motivated and researched the subjects required for the career, and picked my subjects for Year 11 and 12 accordingly. I have to say it really inspired me."
From 2015: "I enjoyed going to Hobart because I had a great time with my friends! I enjoyed the visits and hearing from industry professionals, but more than anything else I loved spending time with such a big group of friends. I made new friends as well - we're a closer group now."
Pathways & Careers Coordinator