ADELAIDE CENTRAL SCHOOL OF ART
OPEN DAY THIS SATURDAY
If you are interested in studying at Adelaide Central School of Art (degree or short course program), or are just curious to see what goes on, you are invited to attend the open day which will include campus tours, lecturer presentations, students working throughout the building, open studios to view, as well as coffee and a bake sale. Please find more information here.
VIRTUAL CAMP PARLIAMENT FOR GIRLS AUSTRALIA
Virtual Camp Parliament for Girls Australia is an interactive online class that introduces girls ages 12 to 17 to Australia’s parliamentary system of government.
Saturday 11 September 2021, 8:00 am – 12:00 pm (online)
Click here for more information.
FLINDERS |OPEN DAYS 365: LAW
Wednesday 15 September 2021, 11:00 am – 11:30 am (webinar)
Click here for more information.
Games Animation Films VFX
Wednesday 15 September 2021, 6.00pm – 8:00 pm (online)
Click here for more information
UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE VETERINARY AND ANIMAL SCIENCES
Key insights will be provided into animal behaviour, animal science and veterinary technology degrees, and discussions on how you can become a vet through University of Adelaide’s veterinary program. Register here.
HOLIDAY REVISION COURSES
We do not encourage promote or endorse any external revision programs as we believe there is plenty of resources and support here at the College. We provide the following links to external revision programs for a family’s own assessment and consideration:
Adelaide University Year 12 Revision, click here
Adelaide Tuition Centre Seminars, click here
Adelaide Education Group Spring Revision Seminars, click here
Year 12 Accounting – If you are interested in a special free UniSA Exam Revision, there is a session being held on Saturday 23 October. Sessions will be delivered by UniSA’s teaching staff and is supported by the Business & Enterprise Teachers Association of SA Inc. Register here.
EY READY TO LAUNCH
Free Webinar, Tuesday 5 October 4:30 – 6:00 pm AEST
This event will give attendees an opportunity to start shaping their future careers – the focus will be on developing a global mindset and how they can start building future skills now.
What to expect:
- Welcome and icebreaker
- EY and the Future of Work – overview of EY and introduction to the Future of Work
- Mindset over skillset – demonstrating the importance of mindset over skillset, how to develop a global mindset, and the importance of diversity within teams
- Career Conversations – EY professionals will talk about their journey from high school to uni and then to EY. They will provide an overview of the work they do. Students will also have the opportunity to ask questions
- Getting future ready – Overview of future EY programs on offer to students and how/when to apply for these.
YEAR 10 AND YEAR 11 STUDENTS INTERESTED IN MEDICINE DENTISTRY AND ORAL HEALTH
A SEQTA direct message was sent to all Year 10 and Year 11 students and parents alerting them to the very timely information accessible on the SEQTA Black Green Careers and VET tile: Important Information: Careers Presentations: 2021 Medicine Dentistry and Oral Health handout. There may even be interested Year 9 students who wish to check this out. We have asked any students who are interested in being added to an email distribution list for future updates to email email@example.com. We ask that students email and not parents on students’ behalf. We always try and encourage self management in terms of Career Planning.
JOB SEARCH UPDATE
This week on SEEK (and the numerous other group training schemes and employment agencies such as Maxima), are various 2022 opportunities: ranging from apprentice grounds person at Adelaide Oval to Traineeships in legal assisting, warehousing and much more. Now is the time to look into these for 2022.
SA Dental applications for 2022 Dental Assisting Traineeships close on 17 September, click here for more information.
Zambreros at Henley Beach are currently looking to hire a number of new staff. Interested students should go to this link and attach their resume and cover letter.
SUBJECTS OUTSIDE OF ST MICHAEL’S COLLEGE
Whilst most Year 11 students may have now selected their 2022 Year 12 subjects they may now wish to consider subjects that operate outside of the College. Students who choose to do one of these subjects can easily drop one of their subjects once enrolled in one of these alternative courses. If students wish to discuss any on these options they can book in with Ms Coorey or for Aviation, Mr Woolford.
SUBJECTS OPTIONS AT MARDEN OPEN ACCESS
Workplace Practices for Elite Athletes for State Reps or highest “League” reps. Via Marden Open Access, click here for more information. Applications via Mr O’Reilly. Very highly scaled subject. Note, eligible students even in Year 10 can consider this subject.
OTHER STAGE 2 SUBJECTS AT MARDEN
Students may choose to do other subjects through Marden Open Access – which may not run at St Michael’s in 2022. For example Geography. The cost for the family is approximately $1500. Click here for more information.
LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH
The Adelaide School of Languages offers SACE Stage 2 Integrated Learning.
French for Industry – please see the advertisement below (This is a very highly scaled subject): https://schooloflanguages.sa.edu.au/
TWILIGHT STAGE 2 SUBJECTS AT THEBARTON SENIOR COLLEGE
Twilight Stage 2 subjects can be completed at Thebarton Senior College and are held one night per week between 4.00 – 7.00 pm for subjects that St Michael’s College not offer (Cost to family TBC). Please See this link.
Stage 2 Earth and Environmental Science, Journalism and Media, or Food and Hospitality
AVIATION: SCIENTIFIC STUDIES
For details regarding aviation at AMSC Bedford Park, Please see Mr Woolford.
For information regarding Stage 1 and Stage 2 Aviation options at Glenunga International College, please see this link.
Ms Rose Coorey and Mr Anthony Vizaniaris, Careers Counsellors