A 7-12 Co-educational College founded by the Sisters of St Joseph 1883
The Career Education program at St Joseph’s College aims to provide students with the knowledge and skills to make informed decisions about their career pathways. The careers program is focused on assisting students in their transition from high school to post school options. A strong emphasis is placed on individualised career support, focussing on counselling and career interviews.
At St Joseph’s College, individual career interviews provide support in relation to:
At St Joseph’s College, specialised programs aim to educate and engage students in the decision making process. Some of these programs are for whole year groups, whilst others are offered to interested students.
Examples of these programs include:
In addition to career counselling and targeted programs, all Year 10 students participate in a Transition Preparation program during timetabled lessons. These lessons provide an opportunity to explore a wide range of career related topics, including the following:
Career information is communicated to students through student notices, email and parent newsletter. Year 11 also receive a fortnightly newsletter emailed directly to them which is also uploaded to the school newsletter.
Students are encouraged to schedule a career interview or see Mrs Peattie in the Careers Office at recess or lunch. Parents and guardians are most welcome to book an interview time to discuss their child’s career path options.
Careers Adviser is Mrs Kylie Peattie.
Available Monday to Friday from 8.20am – 3.25pm, or by appointment
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or (02) 4930 7291
The Careers Office is located in the Bertrand Centre.