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Careers news

Year 11   Interested in studying at USYD?

Mrs Ingold has two invitations for Year 11 students who might like to spend a day in the holidays to "get a taste of life at USYD."

It is a full day experience with hands on activities in the faculty of your choice, on either 1st or 2nd October.

University Of Wollongong Summer Masterclass applications are still open. Get a head start on your study for the HSC. Remember generous scholarships are available for students from UHS.

More info and application here.


Apprenticeships and Traineeships for 2020

There are some great opportunities with Shoalhaven City Council.

Go to http://www.hvtc.com.au/jobs for details and to apply.

Year 12 

UOW Early Entry Applications close 5pm Fri 30/8/19. University Admissions Centre Early Bird rate closes 30/9/19.
To avoid higher processing charges, complete, pay and submit your application by midnight on that date.


Year 9 Commerce students

$20 Boss Program

As technology and automation sweeps through our workplaces, enterprise skills are what the current and future workers will need. These include digital literacy, communication, collaboration, teamwork, creativity and problem-solving. It is increasingly important as an average 15 year-old is expected to navigate 17 jobs across 5 different careers.  The jobs of the future, or those jobs that are least likely to be automated, demand enterprise skills 70% more frequently than in the past.  The Year 9 Commerce classes have embarked on a new project, the $20 Boss Program. Students are given $20 start-up capital to build a business, with a focus on ethical business. At the end of the project, they will repay their $20 and donate profits to a charity. Many of the $20 Boss Business will be operating at the upcoming UHS Expo.


Aliza Cornock on Work Experience

Work Experience 

Thanks to B & D Automotive for hosting Ben Crockett and to Milton Public School, where Aliza Cornock (photo) got to experience teaching as a career option. 

Congratulations Paris

Paris Fishlock from Year 12 is to be congratulated on her successful applications to attend Winter School programs at both the University of Sydney and the University of New South Wales.

The USYD Bunga Barrabugu Winter Program is an invitation-only, week-long academic intensive workshop to prepare Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Year 12 students for their end of school exams. Students attend academic workshops presented by expert tutors and undertake exam practice and preparation.

The week-long residential program at the UNSW introduces students to tertiary studies in the discipline area of their choice and is run by the Nura Gili Centre.


UOW Happenings

UOW Batemans Bay

Drop In Sessions. On the 20 & 21 August, Batemans Bay campus staff will be available throughout the day (8am to 6pm) to answer questions, take students on a campus tour, discuss ATAR, pathways and options. Students will get a tailored one-on-one session with staff


Year 12

ADF Gap Year

Applications are now open for ADF Gap Year roles across the Navy, Army and Air Force. Unlike any ordinary gap year, this gives students the opportunity to:
•Get involved in fulfilling and worthwhile work
•Gain valuable skills and work experience
•Enjoy a good salary package
•Live a varied, active and healthy life ...
•Make friends with like-minded people
•See more of Australia

This gives you the chance to experience life in the ADF – with no commitment beyond one year.


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UAC Subject Compass

In Year 10, you will select the courses that you will study for the next two years. It's important to lay a strong foundation for your future plans by choosing the HSC subjects that are right for you.

But with so many HSC subjects, where do you start?

Don’t stress: Subject Compass can help you find your way.




Congratulations Macy 

Macy Pleasance has joined the team at the Northside Early Learning Centre at Batemans Bay, where she has commenced a School Based Traineeship.

She will work one day/per week as part of her Year 11 study pattern and complete a Cert III in Early Childhood Education and Care. Macy is to be commended on seeking out this opportunity.



     Macy pictured with the Manager Lise Percival


White Card

Congratulations to the students who successfully gained their White Card.

This qualification (also known as a General Construction Induction Card) is a mandatory work card required in Australia to work on a  construction site.

These students are to be commended for improving their skills ready for work, making #realworldconnections!

The next White Card Course is to be held in Term 3 on Wednesday 28th August (Week 6). The application can be found on the UHS Careers website.  See Mrs Ingold if you need assistance to pay for the White Card course.



Work experience

Harrison D’Ombrain (Year 10) and Leroy Lidbetter (Year 11)  joined HMAS Albatross as part of their work experience program. Liam Robbins has also been successful. These students have proactively sought opportunities and are to be congratulated on their efforts.


Job opportunities

All current job opportunities can now be found on our new UHS careers website. Don't forget to check it out!