Next week we have an amazing array of activities that will encourage Siena students in Years 10 and 11 to “See Possibility Everywhere.”
On Tuesday students will complete the Morrisby profile, a comprehensive Career Assessment that will help students identify their strengths and abilities, opening doors to future subject and career choices.
Barry Darnell from Career Analysts will unpack Morrisby and explain what the results mean at the Morrisby Parent Webinar on Tuesday evening at 6.00pm. Parents of students in Years 10 and 11 will be able to log in to the webinar and ask questions via the Q and A.
Next Wednesday, students in Years 10 and 11 will be able to listen to the career stories of some notable Siena alumnae as well as pick up some new skills in the workshops provided. These include a Leadership workshop, IT and engineering skills workshop, modified first aid, money management and resume writing.
Thursday’s activities give students a taste of what lies ahead in tertiary education interspersed with some fun. Year 11 students will visit the University of Melbourne, RMIT and Hard Rock (Rock Climbing)and Year 10 students will be Racing around the City and attending a presentation and tour at the Australian Catholic University.
In this week’s Siena Career News you will find: