Term 1, Issue 3: Career News | Siena College
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Career News

We are more than halfway through first term and I have enjoyed meeting with Year 12 students to discuss their future plans, and looking at the various pathways and courses that will enable them to reach their career goals.

In this week’s Siena Career News, Year 12s who are interested in studying at the Australian National University (ANU) are reminded that they can begin to gather information required for their application and should apply online directly to ANU. Applications are now open for the Early Offer program.

Students may also be interested in attending an online Monash course information seminar or students can book themselves in for a school holiday tour. There is limited availability for the tours, so get in quick!

There is also the accelerated Engineering Masters pathway at Monash, or the new Bachelor of Speech Pathology at Federation University. Speech pathologists are very much in demand at present, so this is a great course for any student who is interested in the Allied Health area.

Also featured in this week’s Siena Career News is another lesser known area of the Health Science and Allied Health: Nuclear Medicine Technologies. This career path has some great job opportunities for students who have studied Year 12 Maths Methods and Chemistry/Biology.

Lastly, I have included a Course Matrix of Nursing and Midwifery degrees in Victorian universities, as well as Enrolled Nursing course options, which will provide a great pathway into the Bachelor of Nursing or Bachelor of Midwifery.

Clare Timmins

Head of Careers
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