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Siena Career News

At this time of year many of the universities and other tertiary institutions hold events to introduce secondary students to the world of tertiary study and what courses and careers are available.  In this week’s Siena Career News you will find all the upcoming dates for the My Melbourne Future series of course information presentations.  These are great to attend and perhaps not as overwhelming as an Open Day as they are focused wholly on a particular course at the university. Secondary students can listen to lecturers, current students, hear about new initiatives, opportunities for overseas study and pathways into courses.

For students interested in Hospitality and Hotel Management there is information on the Blue Mountains school of Hotel Management, William Angliss Institute and Le Cordon Bleu culinary school.  Also for Year 12s, La Trobe University opens applications for the ASPIRE program.  This program rewards the skills and knowledge students have gained through contribution to their community by awarding an early offer into the course of their choice at La Trobe.

As always, I am happy to meet with students and their parents to discuss future career options and encourage all to check out our careers website http://www.sienacareers.com.au 

On Thursday, 28 June the Siena College Alumnae Association is hosting the annual Careers Showcase.  The Showcase is run for students from Years 9 to 12 and their parents to hear first hand from Siena alumnae about their career journey and what an occupation is really like. Further details and information on how to register will be provided in the next few weeks. 

Clare Timmins
Head of Careers

 

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At this time of year many of the universities and other tertiary institutions hold events to introduce secondary students to the world of tertiary study and what courses and careers are available.  In this week’s Siena Career News you will find all the upcoming dates for the My Melbourne Future series of course information presentations.  These are great to attend and perhaps not as overwhelming as an Open Day as they are focused wholly on a particular course at the university. Secondary students can listen to lecturers, current students, hear about new initiatives, opportunities for overseas study and pathways into courses.

For students interested in Hospitality and Hotel Management there is information on the Blue Mountains school of Hotel Management, William Angliss Institute and Le Cordon Bleu culinary school.  Also for Year 12s, La Trobe University opens applications for the ASPIRE program.  This program rewards the skills and knowledge students have gained through contribution to their community by awarding an early offer into the course of their choice at La Trobe.

As always, I am happy to meet with students and their parents to discuss future career options and encourage all to check out our careers website http://www.sienacareers.com.au 

On Thursday, 28 June the Siena College Alumnae Association is hosting the annual Careers Showcase.  The Showcase is run for students from Years 9 to 12 and their parents to hear first hand from Siena alumnae about their career journey and what an occupation is really like. Further details and information on how to register will be provided in the next few weeks. 

Clare Timmins
Head of Careers