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Chloe’s ACCESS Pathway To University

Nursing is one of the most competitive fields of study to access for a school graduate. Chloe Waters got there by an unconventional pathway. Learn about the alternatives to ATAR that are opening doors for our girls.

Chloe’s ACCESS Pathway To University

Nursing is one of the most competitive fields of study to access for a school graduate. Chloe Waters got there by an unconventional pathway. Learn about the alternatives to ATAR that are opening doors for our girls.

Successful Women In Industry

The Careers Centre is running a guest speaker series titled Successful Women in Industry. Our most recent speaker was Ms Sarah Norton, the Director of Social Policy at the Department of the Premier and Cabinet.

Lattitude Goes Global

This morning, Years 10 – 12 students were invited to a complimentary breakfast and presentation from Lattitude ambassador and Old Girl, Lucy Simons (2015), who spoke passionately about her Gap Year.

UWA Helps Year 10s Find Their Way

On Monday, the Careers Centre hosted guest speakers Nevine and Caitlin from the University of Western Australia. They came to talk with students about finding a transition pathway after Year 12 and how UWA could assist.

Crimson Education in the Careers Centre

On Monday, the Careers Centre hosted its first guest speakers. Sam and Duao from Crimson Education came to talk with students about opportunities available studying overseas after Year 12. The attendance exceeded expectations with approximately 70 students engaging with the speakers.

Careers Have a New Home at SMC

The newly opened Careers Centre is located in the heart of the College. This ensures all students can access up to date information, book counselling appointments and be part of the guest speaker program.

A Day of Possibilities

This week, Year 10 students have been invited to reflect on their talents, character strengths and passion to make a difference in the world. We examined future study pathways at Santa Maria College and future careers that might meet the needs of both the student and society.

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