Careers

Hutchins offers a varied program of career-focused activities designed to assist senior students develop the tools and life-skills they need to effectively plan and implement their successful transition to life after Hutchins - whether that be travel, further study or employment and training.

Students are encouraged to participate in activities that will assist them develop a customised career action plan that will support their on-going career development decision-making.

The Careers services that are available for students from Years 9-12 include:

  • Individual Course Counselling
  • Opportunity to participate in "Taster Programs" (industry-specific career programs)
  • Personal consultations for both parents and students regarding career and course decisions
  • Access to up-to-date, relevant career and course information
  • Optional work experience placements in Years 10-12
  • Tax File Numbers
  • Vocational Assessment Tests - The Morrisby Profile
  • Support and assistance with accessing school-based traineeships
  • Access to a range of Vocational Education and Training (VET) courses in Years 11/12
  • Resume, Applications and Job Interview guidance
  • Transition and Pathway Planning

Our Careers blog Blogging In The Career-o-sphere contains posts on all current career events.

Contact from parents, Old Boys and others interested in establishing co-operative partnerships to help achieve this is welcomed by Sheree Malarski, Careers Counsellor on 03 6221 4271.

 

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