FROM THE SENIOR SCHOOL

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24 June, 2022

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Biggest Morning Tea fun

The Seniors’ Committee had a blast creating a bake sale for the Middle and Senior School to help support the Cancer Council in the Biggest Morning Tea last Thursday 16 June.

All students came together to help bake a wide range of yummy treats for all to enjoy. Recess saw a huge crowd gather in the Robert Dean Senior Student Centre, both staff and students. It was great to see everyone in the College support the huge effort made by all Senior Committee members and show their support for the Cancer Council. Over $300 was raised through the bake sale, and all funds made will be donated to help the Tasmanian Cancer Council in its efforts to support all those affected by cancer.

Sarah Gower and Amelia Donaldson
Year 12


From the Futures Centre

Have you thought about working in the Aged Care Sector?

Aged and Community Services Australia (ACSA) is excited to advise that the Women Discovering Aged Care Careers Program is being delivered statewide.

Registrations are open for 3 key components of this FREE Program

Women’s contribution to the sector in providing quality aged care to older Australians is invaluable. ACSA is supporting women (aged 16 – 64) to gain a greater understanding of career pathways and job roles within the aged care sector. We are connecting women across Tasmania and encouraging them to explore the diverse range of careers on offer in aged care. Through the program, ACSA will provide the information and resources for women to have an awareness and understanding of the skills employers are looking for. Our work will assist women from all backgrounds and in all stages of life to build their confidence, connections and work capability.

Registrations are now open for (women aged 16 – 64) for these 3-hour sessions in various venues around the State:

Career Discovery Days: providing opportunities for women to learn about the sector, diversity of job roles and career pathways and hear from staff who work in aged care.
Practical Experience Days: providing ‘hands-on’ practical experience to support women who have an interest in and want to increase their understanding of the skills and aptitude employers are looking for. Note: attendance at a Career Discovery Day is recommended prior to attending this session.
For further information, dates and REGISTRATION, go to  https://employment.agedservicesworkforce.com.au/career-days-for-women/.

If you are a young woman or identifier in Years 10 to 12, this is an event for you!!

Get hands-on and immerse yourself with careers and opportunities you have always wanted to know more about; becoming an Electrician, Mechanic, Engineer, Carpenter, Builder, Plumber, Lawyer, Accountant, Business Advisor, Police Officer, Fireperson, or Paramedic. Learn about Higher Education, MasterClass Kitchens, Site Visits, Specialist Hospitality Experience and much more. So join us at the Festival and lock in the FREE Gala dinner on Friday night with some truly inspiring women in leadership who share their stories and wisdom. The Future ignores stereotypes, the future is FEARLESS!!

Interested? Hurry as there are only 12 spots available.  Be quick to register your interest by emailing Teresa.darcy@soc.tas.edu.au.

Remember to register to join UTAS on the Cradle Coast or in Launceston or Hobart for their School Leaver Expos!

The School Leaver Expos are just 2 weeks away! By registering early to let UTAS know you’re coming, you have a chance to win a MacBook Air! You’ll also have a free merch bag waiting for you to pick up on the day.

These events are for current year 11 or 12 students, or anyone thinking about studying with us. They’re a great opportunity to explore your study options and ask us any questions you have about going to uni. UTAS will guide you through the Schools Recommendation Program and help you find your perfect course, plus we can talk with you about scholarships, applications, accommodation, and more.

Parents, guardians, and friends are all welcome to come along and learn all about studying with us in 2023.

Cradle Coast
Thursday 30 June
3.00pm – 7.00pm
Cradle Coast Campus

Launceston
Saturday 2 July
10.00am – 2.00pm
Inveresk Campus Library

Hobart
Sunday 3 July
10.00am – 2.00pm
42 Melville Street

Register at https://www.utas.edu.au/about/events/school-leaver-expo

Gap Year?

Letz Live applications for their New Zealand gap year program and working holidays in the UK are open now.  For more information and to apply – Gap Year and Working Holiday Organisation | Letz Live

Interested in Agriculture? Would you like to travel Australia, build your skills, and get paid?  Why not consider www.agcareerstart.com.au

ADF Gap Year – A great range of paid opportunities ranging from submariner roles to cabin crew are available across the Army, Navy and Airforce for 2023 Gap Year applicants, but hurry as positions fill quickly! Defence Jobs Australia – Discover your path in an ADF GAP year

Important Dates

June

June 30       UTAS Schools Recommendation Program Opens

July

July 2          Year 11 & 12 Launceston School Leavers Expo – School Leaver Expo | University of Tasmania (utas.edu.au)

July 5-7       Girls in Business Camp UNSW for Years 10, 11 & 12 students – Girls in Business Camp 2022 Registration, Tue 05/07/2022 at 9:00 am | Eventbrite

July 24        University of the Sunshine Coast Open Day

July 30        Bond University Open Day

July 30        ACU Open Day

July 30        QUT Open Day

July 30        University of Newcastle Open Day

July 31        Edith Cowan University Open Day

July 31        Swinburne Open Day

For information on other Open Days and registration details please visit your chosen university web page.  Here is a guide to upcoming Open Days but please do check each website for the most up-to-date information.

Reminder to follow the Scotch Oakburn College Futures Facebook Page to be kept up to date with events and career related information.

Teresa Darcy
Careers Advisor/VET Coordinator

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