CAREERS EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT
Career Education at Masada is a wide ranging program of activities to encourage and enable a student’s career interests and aspirations to be explored and achieved.
Meet with students in individual appointments (parents are also most welcome to attend); typically in Years 10-12 to discuss their career interests and plans.
Application and Interview Support
If your child is planning to apply for cadetships, scholarships or tertiary education courses which require an interview or application form (typically in Year 12), support and assistance can be provided in this process.
Career Development Activities and Excursions
Individuals and year groups will be invited to attend careers expos, university career days to expose students to the range of career and further education opportunities available to them.
Careers Information Library
The Careers Adviser can provide you with a range of brochures, books and e-resources to enable you to research and explore different types of education, employment and training options open to students during and post school.
Work Experience Coordination
Assistance with exploring work experience options as well as coordination of necessary paperwork & insurances.
Universities, private higher education providers (colleges, GAP year programs), TAFE, scholarships, cadetship programs will be invited to the college to come and talk about different careers, education and training opportunities.
Our Careers Adviser on staff at Masada College is Ms Christine Watson-Brown. Ms Watson-Brown is passionate about assisting people to achieve their career goals and is committed to supporting Masada students to make informed career and further education choices. Ms Watson-Brown’s experience in career development has been gained from over 15 years working in Human Resources (HR) and Consulting within large corporate organisations and small to medium enterprises in Australia and Asia – including the
Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Barclays Capital and Telstra. In these roles she has been involved in graduate recruitment and development as well as leadership selection and development. The early part of her career was spent working in the not-for-profit sector providing career counseling to individuals with significant barriers to employment. A registered psychologist, her qualifications include a Masters in Organisational Psychology along with a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) Honours from Macquarie University. Ms Watson-Brown holds memberships with the Australian Psychological Society (MAPS) and Careers Advisers Association of NSW and ACT (CAANSW).
To Make an Appointment
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For further information or to make an appointment contact Masada’s Careers Adviser, Christine Watson-Brown on firstname.lastname@example.org. Available at school Monday, Tuesday and Thursday.
Click here to read the latest Careers Update.
Click here to access Work Experience documents.