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NEGS Careers Update - Term 3 Week 2

30 Jul 2022
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OPEN DAYS


Bond University Open day 

Students are encouraged to visit the Bond University campus on 30 July for an Open Day experience that checks all their boxes.

Throughout the day, they will have the opportunity to take a personalised campus tour, explore their study area of choice, watch inspiring keynote presentations, and meet Bond students, staff, and alumni.

Please share the link below with students:

https://bond.edu.au/open-day

 

Macquarie University

Open Day

Saturday, 13 August

Macquarie University's Open Day is an experience made for (YOU)us. Join us to learn how our industry connections, passion for collaboration and appetite for unconventional thinking will help you achieve remarkable things.

https://www.mq.edu.au/study/high-school-students/events


 

UNE

The HSC is just around the corner — we're here to help your students get ahead of the pack with a guaranteed Early Entry offer from UNE.

 

UNE Early Entry explained

Early Entry is a guaranteed university offer, open to all Year 12 applicants, whether or not they’re expecting to receive an ATAR score. It relies on a school assessment of their attributes and abilities: their ability to work and learn independently, and their overall potential for academic success.

By applying directly to UNE, students can get their offer before the release of their Year 12 results, giving them certainty that no matter what happens, they will have a place at UNE.

Benefits of applying online directly to UNE:

·   There are no application fees

·   If students are not eligible for one of their preferences, they will receive an offer for an alternative course.

·   Your students will know in November that they have a place at UNE, relieving the pressure of waiting for results

·   We will guarantee students an offer to start with us in 2023 based on your school's recommendation, without an ATAR Score

·   No UAC/QTAC applications required

·   Applying through UNE Early Entry does not prevent students from making other applications through a Tertiary Admissions Centre, so it’s a great way to increase their chances of getting into the course they want.

The HSC is just around the corner — we're here to help your students get ahead of the pack with a guaranteed Early Entry offer from UNE.

 

UNE Early Entry explained

Early Entry is a guaranteed university offer, open to all Year 12 applicants, whether or not they’re expecting to receive an ATAR score. It relies on a school assessment of their attributes and abilities: their ability to work and learn independently, and their overall potential for academic success.

 

By applying directly to UNE, students can get their offer before the release of their Year 12 results, giving them certainty that no matter what happens, they will have a place at UNE.

 

Scholarships

UNE offers a range of academic, equity, sporting and residential scholarships for your commencing students. Our dedicated Future Students Team are available to help with questions about applying for Early Entry and scholarships, Monday- Friday from 8:30am - 5:00pm, students can contact us online or by calling 1800 818 865.

 

Schools assessment

A school assessment is to be completed for each individual applying for UNE Early Entry. The assessment is based off the student's ability to work and learn independently, and their overall potential for academic success. The assessment can be found within the Schools Portal. If you or your school delegates require assistance completing or reviewing applications, please call the UNE Early Entry team on 02 6773 5005.

https://www.une.edu.au/study/study-on-campus/early-entry?utm_campaign=Understand%20Early%20Entry%20%28Career%20Advisor%2FDelegates%29&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Eloqua

 


 

Scholarships

St Andrew’s College Principal visited NEGS this week to promote St Andrews college as an accommodation option for our year 12 graduates. Students studying at Sydney, UTS and UNSW are welcome to apply and live at St Andrew's College. 

St Andrews College is a welcoming and inclusive community. We award up to $2 million in scholarships annually, and around half of our students receive at least one scholarship. Due to high demand, we encourage all prospective students to submit an application as soon as possible. Further information on each scholarship can be found below.

Applications for entry to St Andrew’s College are now open for the 2023 academic year.

Please note that applications for Means-Tested Scholarships (also known as ‘Bursaries’) open on 1 July 2022.


 

NEW COLLEGE 2023 scholarships and residency at New College UNSW

New College is a residential college at UNSW Sydney with a 53-year track record of outstanding pastoral care, vibrant community life and academic excellence. Students considering study at UNSW should consider apply for one of the many scholarships.

Complete a successful application for residency at New College or New College Postgraduate Village, including an interview with the Dean of Residents.

Complete this form and return an electronic copy to the Dean of Residents (see form for the email address).

If applying for the Stuart Barton Babbage Fellowship or the Bible Society Young Scholars Program, complete the additional application requirements (see below).

Your application will be assessed and, if successful, the scholarship or bursary will generally be awarded after the commencement of the academic year.

https://newcollege.unsw.edu.au/admissions/scholarships-bursaries

 


 

First Nations Health Scholarships

Puggy Hunter Memorial Scholarship Scheme

The Puggy Hunter Memorial Scholarship Scheme (PHMSS) is designed to encourage and assist undergraduate students in health-related disciplines to complete their studies and join the health workforce. The scheme provides scholarships for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people studying an entry-level health course.

PHMSS will open for applications on Monday 29 August 2022 for studies undertaken in 2023, closing Monday 10 October 2022. Online applications will be available from this website once the scheme opens.

https://www.acn.edu.au/scholarships/first-nations-health-scholarships


The NSW LAW SOCIETY

The law society visited NEGS on Friday. Girls were able to learn and discover the many varied and interesting work that a legal career can provide. Students were active participants in the conversation and came away with lot of food for thought on their options going forward


 

Construction Apprenticeships

If working outdoors and in a team environment is appealing to you, an apprenticeship with us may be the perfect way to kick start your career.

Through our award-winning Apprentice Program you can work towards a trade qualification while learning on the job, with the support of a great crew and professional training along the way.

With more than 3,000 employees located at over 100 local depots and regional offices, Essential Energy is one of the largest employers in regional NSW. We pride ourselves on recruiting exceptional people, who are motivated and passionate about their chosen career.

Our apprentices and trainees live and work across regional, rural, and remote NSW in more than 50 towns, from Albury to Tweed Heads to Broken Hill and many places in between.

We are currently recruiting for three types of apprenticeships

Powerline Worker Apprenticeship

Zone Substation Electrical Technician Apprenticeship

Cable Jointer Apprenticeship

https://www.essentialenergy.com.au/careers/apprenticeships

 

Fee free courses for women

Start your career in construction today

Choosing a short course in construction or related industry will help you reach your career goals.

More than 5,000 women have accessed funded training in construction, manufacturing, electrotechnology (electrician), plumbing, transport and logistics.

Whether you’re a school leaver looking to pursue a career as an electrician or an employee looking to retrain as a construction worker – now is the perfect time to get started in this industry.

Fee-free training is funded by the NSW and Commonwealth governments.

https://skills.education.nsw.gov.au/initiatives/built-for-women?utm_campaign=202206-jobtrainer&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter&utm_content=image-still

 

 

 

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