Monthly Archives: November 2015


School holiday activities…


Looking for something to do in the holidays…….   Drummond Street Youth Services  have holiday camps, but haven’t released the timetable yet. If interested join the facebook group  to see what activities are on. You can also check their website. http://www.facebook.com/drummondstreet   The Huddle in North Melbourne often runs activities during the term and sometimes school holidays. They […]

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Youth Hostels Australia – travel tips


YHA Fact Sheet YHA Australia is part of the world’s largest backpacker accommodation network and has recently published a very useful fact sheet for students going travelling or on working holidays. Below are some interesting travel tips:   Top Travel Tips Want to earn money while you travel? Australia has working holiday agreements with many […]

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VCE Summer Schools


VCE 2016 Summer Schools Access Education Summer School The Access Education Summer School program is a unique opportunity for students studying Units 3 & 4 to experience university life while preparing for the demands of the VCE year ahead. The format of the program is that extensive and detailed 3 ¼ hour VCE preparation lectures […]

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Gapmedics


Gap Medics Year 11 and 12 students considering a career in medicine, nursing, dentistry or midwifery might like to take up an opportunity to participate in a short-term healthcare work experience placement overseas. Gap Medics is based in the UK, but its programs are open to students from all around the world. So, what does […]

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Work Experience Opportunities in 2016


Work Experience Opportunities in 2016 Students considering applying for a Work Experience placement in a hospital next year might like to explore the following options:   Royal Women’s Hospital Year 10 Secondary School Work Experience places will only be available to students who can participate in the program on the available dates offered by the […]

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Career as a Police Custody Officer


Career as a Police Custody Officer Victoria Police is currently hiring Police Custody Officers (PCOs). Police Custody Officers (PCOs) are responsible for overseeing the management of persons in the custody of Victoria Police. The Police Custody Officer role offers a stimulating, challenging and rewarding career. You are a valued member of the local police team […]

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UMAT 2016


UMAT2016 Students commencing Year 12 in 2016, and planning to apply for any of the following university courses – Courses requiring the UMAT – are reminded that part of selection into these courses requires that students sit the UMAT – Undergraduate Medicine and Health Sciences Admissions Test. Applications open early in December 2015. For more […]

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Swinburne Unilink Diplomas


UniLink Diplomas Year 12 students who do not quite have the ATAR to move straight into an undergraduate degree can enter at a UniLink level – a pathway into higher degrees at Swinburne University. UniLink is a direct pathway to second year at Swinburne University. It is equivalent to first year and will prepare students […]

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News from Monash


News from Monash University What happens if something occurs after the VTAC SEAS deadline? In the case of a student experiencing educational disadvantage since the SEAS closing date which was in October, Year 12 students may apply for SEAS directly with Monash by completing the Monash University Special Entry and Access Scheme form. Students must […]

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ANU Change of Preference Advisory Day


ANU Change of Preference Advisory Day Year 12 students who have applied to study at ANU in 2016 might like to take up an opportunity to attend an Advisory Day in Melbourne and speak one-on-one with the ANU staff.   Date:               Tuesday 15 December 2015 Time:               10.00am–2.00pm Venue:                        Melbourne City Town Hall, 90 – […]

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