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MedEntry Free UCAT Bootcamp

Let the leaders in medical entry guide you through UCAT, medical interviews and the admissions process with this free two-hour information session. The MedEntry UCAT Bootcamp covers: Tips from Dr Ray on how to secure your place in medicine Step-by-step breakdown of UCAT Strategies from students who achieved 99th percentile Techniques to maximise your performance …

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Liam and Frankie Davison Award

Each year RANZCOG invites senior secondary students resident in Australia or New Zealand to apply for the Liam and Frankie Davison Award for outstanding achievement in literary writing on Women’s Health. This $1000 award provides an exciting opportunity for students, whether they are interested in medicine, science, mental health, sociology, politics or law. Entrants can …

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Are you enrolled to vote?

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard that there’s an election coming up really soon. And if you’re already 18, that means you’ll need to vote. So how can you prepare yourself for voting? Here’s everything you need to know about enrolling to vote, and what to do on the day.   …

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Shark Tank eSchool

Shark Tank eSchool is a project-based learning program designed by Marketing Innovation Entrepreneurship Lab (MIELab). It’s delivered by teachers in the classroom supported by Shark Tank eSchool modules and Charles Sturt University. Students work their ‘big idea’ across eight modules from the start of Term 3. They will learn core skills, including creativity, innovation, critical …

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SolarBuddy Education Programs

SolarBuddy is dedicated to educating and empowering future leaders to be skilled in sustainable technologies and versed in equity issues. Our education program encourages student collaboration, intercultural understanding, and creative and critical thinking while inspiring students to consider how innovative design solutions can transform lives. Designed by education experts, our program is aligned to ACARA …

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Careers for creative people

Creativity noun “The use of imagination or original ideas to create something; inventiveness.” Creativity, imagination, artist ability, inventiveness, originality, expressiveness. If any of these words describe skills that you’re strongest or most passionate about, then a career in art and design could be worth exploring.   What are some careers for creative personalities?   There …

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World Challenge Australasia

World Challenge provides educational expeditions in exciting environments, which teach life skills and expand minds outside the classroom. Their bespoke 1 to 6-week student travel itineraries foster team spirit and leadership skills. There are a wide range of domestic and international school travel opportunities for both Australian and New Zealand schools. These trips are packed …

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Partners in Parenting PLUS (PiP+)

Monash University and Prevention United are offering free access to the Partners in Parenting PLUS (PiP+) program. PiP+ is an award-winning, evidence-based online parenting program designed to empower parents to make sense of adolescence and raise their teenager with confidence. PiP+ includes features such as: A new module providing expert-endorsed information about parenting through the …

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Microsoft Mondays

Ready to learn amazing things and make some new friends? Girl Geek Academy and Microsoft have teamed up to present weekly online workshops to high school girls interested in coding and technology. Designed specifically for high school girls, you’ll hang out, meet new mates, and learn a new tech skill every Monday afternoon from 5:00-6:30pm …

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When Can I Start Work?

A big part of growing up is starting work. It can be great to have some extra money for yourself, feel more independent, as well as learning the skills you’ll need in the workforce for the rest of your life. But before you get too keen, there are some things you need to know before …

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Mathematics and Statistics Research Competition

The University of Melbourne School of Mathematics and Statistics Research Competition provides school-aged students with the opportunity to understand what it means to conduct mathematics and solve mathematical problems. Students will be given a set of open-ended research questions from which they choose one. They can then employ methods used by mathematical researchers to investigate …

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National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence 2022

Today the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence (NDA) is celebrating 12 years of action, working towards finding workable solutions both in schools and communities to help prevent bullying. The theme for this year is Kindness Culture – it starts with you. It’s about promoting inclusion, respect and belonging for all students at all …

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Busting Work Myths

The working world is changing quickly, really quickly, and even though we spend a huge chunk of our lives working there are still many misconceptions about what work is, and what it means. So, we’ve debunked some of the myths we hear about most frequently, from the role of salary in career decision-making, through to …

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Know Your Rights at Work

Keen to start your first job? Before you dive right in, there are some important things you should know first. The ACTU’s Worksite is packed with information about your rights at work, including wages, leave, safety, bullying and more. They have worksheets, videos, quizzes, articles and more for you to access. Take a look here: …

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Be part of the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games Legacy Committee

The Queensland Government are looking for 12 people from across Queensland to be members of the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games Legacy Committee, including one young Queenslander (16–18) as the youth representative. Committee members are invited to share their diversity, experience and expertise to provide advice on legacy opportunities, advocate for and promote legacy …

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Ocean Youth Program

Ocean Youth is about building tomorrow’s leaders and change makers to conserve and protect our oceans. As part of the program you will gain skills and implement solutions to some of the big, hairy issues our oceans face, and influence others to do it too. The face to face program is aimed at high school …

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Mocktail Film Award 2022

Do you know a talented young filmmaker? Mocktail Submissions are now open! JMC Academy invites high school students in NSW, QLD and VIC to submit their short film and go into the running to win awesome prizes to the value of $2,500 for themselves and their school. Genre includes short fiction, short documentary, short animation, …

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How to become a Meteorologist

Meteorologists are weather specialists, using science and algorithms to predict weather patterns and events. They track local weather, measuring things such as rain levels and wind, as well as larger weather events, such as heat waves and cyclones. They also provide advice and forecasting before and during natural disasters. If you have a passion for …

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Setting milestones

So, you’ve sat down, done the thinking, and how you have a refined list of your dream goals. Now what? When you’re just looking at the end result, it might seem a bit scary and like a lot of work. How are you supposed to get from where you are now to your end goal? …

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Have Your Songs Recorded with Vermilion High

Calling all high school musicians! Are you writing original music and interested in getting it professionally recorded and released? Vermilion High is an entrepreneurial start-up from QUT’s student-run record label, Vermilion Records. One lucky school student or band will have their music released professionally and a total of 10 students or bands will be selected …

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Designing a Curriculum for Deeper Learning: Reflections from New South Wales

Geoff Masters, CEO of the Australian Council for Educational Research, recently led the first review of the K-12 curriculum in New South Wales in thirty years. His goal was to recommend how it should be updated to better meet the needs of a changing economy and society. In conversation with NCEE, he reflected on the …

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How to become a Jewellery Designer

Design sparkling masterpieces   What do Jewellery Designers do?   Jewellery Designers conceptualise and design all different kinds of jewellery and accessories, including rings, necklaces, piercings, watches, brooches, and much more. They can work with a variety of materials, including metals, precious stones, glass, plastic, and others. They may work individually with a client looking …

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