Careers information and advice is made available to all students at St John Paul II Catholic College from Year 7 through to Year 12
We provide a range of Career learning experiences and opportunities throughout their time at the College. Students and parents can make appointments to discuss possible career pathways in light of the student’s personal attributes, abilities and interests. Students in Years 10–12 can also access careers development within their Mentor Group, where activities and discussions will help with their career goals and digital portfolios.
Our range of services available to students including, but not limited to:
- post school options
- clarity/advice on what career paths best suit individuals
- subject choices for Year 11
- queries on available work experience
- learning how to study efficiently
- job applications
- process for obtaining apprenticeships or traineeships.
This page includes updated blog posts about careers advice and new opportunities.
Mrs Rasha Fitzsimons, Leader of Learning Pathways
This Blog article contains information on course and institution information for students, parents and caregivers.
This newsletter - blog provides information and updates about the many institutions and course sessions available to you!
This blog provides information about the many institutions and course sessions available to you!
Mrs Rasha Fitzsimons
This blog provides information and updates about the many institutions and course sessions available to you!
This information provides much detail about the many institutions and the information sessions available to you!
Students undertook a survey so that we can assist them in their pathway. Some students have met with Mrs Fitzsimons to set goals, predict their ATAR and what courses they would like to do once they leave. It can be a challenging and difficult conversation to try and decide what the future holds. Students will be receiving emails on a regular basis informing them of early offers, apprenticeships, workshops and any other information that may assist them with their pathway. Read more for information on the careers quiz, information for parents, UCAT questions and the Stage 5 YES Program opportunity.