Careers and Pathways
Careers and Pathways
The College Careers Office (located in the Jericho Centre) incorporates a range of resources and information relating to careers and pathways. Careers staff located in this area can assist with careers, pathways, school programs, subject choices and Applied Learning Information.
Students at all levels are encouraged to consider careers and pathways options. Today, these options are numerous and dynamic in nature and as such, students are likely to require ongoing support and guidance to enable informed and adaptable decision making.
Marist-Sion College Careers and Pathways Assistance
Individual appointments (parents welcome)
Placement and job opportunities
Job seeker advice
MSCW programs and advice
VET in schools
Tertiary application process, scholarships and accommodation options
University options and courses
Regular SIMON / PAM careers notices
TAFE options and courses
Subject selection counselling
Monthly Careers Newsletter
Qualification and pathways information
Helpful career resources and publications
Key dates and open days
Advice and assistance navigating key online careers and pathways resources
Availability at College information events and Parent/Student/Teacher Interviews.
Marist-Sion College Careers and Pathways Programs
Year 12 VTAC Information Session
Year 12 VCE and Careers Expo
Year 11 Tertiary Information Service
Federation University Experience Days
Structured Workplace Learning (SWL) for Applied Learning students
Access to VET, including in the VCE
Year 10 Work Experience
Inspiring Young People activities
STEM Sisters Program
Year 9 Morrisby Program
Trade Pathways Program and Special Trade Pathways Program
Year 9 Pathways Excursion and Careers Day, incorporating the Job Skills Expo
National Careers Week activities
Range of careers focused excursions
Access to Responsible Service of Alcohol training
Institution and guest speakers
Reflection and goal setting with careers-focused questions included.
As students consider their subject choice, senior and post-secondary school options, more specific career activities, investigation, conversations and decision-making commence. Year 9 and 10 students can expect to have some exposure to careers, pathways, subject decision making, job seeking and work-related content via Careers Days and scheduled year level sessions are provided. Most students will also have the opportunity to participate in careers-based events, excursions, extra-curricular activities and compulsory programs, like Work Experience or Structured Workplace Learning. Where appropriate, Careers and Pathways is also integrated into some studies.