CoCA (College of Creative Arts, Massey Wellington) will be holding their Careers Pathways event the night before Open Day for the Wellington campus, Thursday 31 August from 5 – 7 pm.
Please share the attached and the link below to register to come along:
It is always a very inspiring event with students telling their own stories.”
If you are travelling to both events or just the Open Day and would like help with your fares, then call in and see Mrs Sinclair or Mrs Brown in F1 Careers Department.
Lincoln University Open Day is on first Friday of the school holidays. Come along and find out more about their wide range of courses and scholarships, gain a feel for the unique student experience they offer and maybe even win a spot prize or two. Go to their website link and find out how to get there, what’s on and when : http://www.lincoln.ac.nz/openday
Then come along on Monday 3 July at lunchtime to the Library Seminar Room where a speaker from Air New Zealand will talk about the pathway into this career. It basically involves a 36 week course at the Air New Zealand Aviation Institute in Christchurch gaining the New Zealand Certificate in Aeronautical Engineering and then you apply for an apprenticeship where you will be paid to complete the remainder of your aircraft tradesman training. You can access student loans and allowances for this course. So come along on Monday and ask your questions. Put it in your electronic diary now.
UC Open Day is on Thursday 13 July, the first week of the holidays. Pick up a copy of what’s happening on the day from a box outside of F1 Careers Department or go online for more information and to register on: www.canterbury.ac.nz/openday
Then come along at lunchtime on Monday 22 May to the Green Room at 12.45pm (lunch) and hear guest speaker, Lan Pham, talk about her career so far. Lan is a freshwater ecologist and she worked for DOC for a number of years before going to Raoul Island to do more conservation work. Her entire campaign when she was running for ECan was done from the island, as she only arrived back a week before the local elections, but she still ended up being the highest polling candidate. She’s absolutely brilliant as she’s young, passionate and incredibly engaging. See you there.
Come along and experience Ara with a free Masterclass for Years 11-13. Masterclasses are a great way to experience Ara while learning about a subject you’re interested in from our expert tutors. Coming up in May and June are classes in Trades, NASDA, Art & Design, Business, Applied Science, Sustainability & Outdoor Education, Broadcasting, Cookery, Nursing. Look on this website link to see what is available www.ara.ac.nz/explore-ara/ara-experience/master-classes. To register you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or see Mrs Sinclair in F1 Careers Office.
The Defence Forces Recruiter will be at school on the first Monday (1 May) back after the holidays. Interested Year 13 and Year 12 students should come along to the Library Seminar Room at the start of lunchtime. If you intend coming along and would like a reminder on the day please email Mrs Sinclair on email@example.com
Learn Active (registered charity) in Christchurch is seeking new volunteers to help out on our programmes and overnight trips.
Learn Active is a registered charity that provides outdoor education programmes to people with intellectual disabilities.
We are currently needing new volunteers (16 years and older preferred) who are interested in outdoor education and gaining experience with people with disabilities.
We have programmes during the week, weekends, school holidays and overnight trips away based from Cracroft in Cashmere.
This opportunity could work in well for those seeking hours for the Duke of Edinburgh award, work experience and volunteer work for their CV’s.
If interested contact: Karla Roberts
Managing Director | Learn Active
021 1398 156 firstname.lastname@example.org | www.learnactive.co.nz
University of Canterbury will be here at school on WEDNESDAY 22 MARCH. So if you are thinking of studying at UC, then come along to the Library at lunchtime on 22 March and hear more about their courses and ask your questions. There will also be a short presentation at Assembly.