The Career STEPS Program

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Yesterday morning, our Year 10 students officially began their Senior School career development journey, participating in the Career STEPS Program.

The program facilitators were our Careers Advisor, Mrs Michelle Mascaro, together with Career Consultant, Ms Lisa White, who ran the program which involved hands-on interactive workshops.

The workshops included an introduction to work experience session, the do’s and don’ts at work experience, how to create a resume, employability skills, grooming, presentation, and interview skills.

The morning was highly beneficial, teaching all students the foundations for the next steps in life outside of secondary education. Added to this, the highlights from the event were learning the golden handshake when shaking hands, and job interview practice at a fast pace, getting the students to really think on their feet!

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