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The National Career Information Service

With Term 3 underway, many students may soon be thinking about subject selection for next year or considering options such as higher education, apprenticeships and vocational education and training (VET). Below are some of many myfuture resources that can help them explore options and pathways.

There's also a range of VET resources on the Australian Government's My Skills website that can be used in the classroom or shared with students electronically.

Upcoming open days

Open days may look a little different this year due to COVID-19. Many universities, TAFEs and colleges will hold virtual open days, where students can go online to find out about courses and programs, explore campus facilities through virtual tours and chat live with current students about their experience.

Whether virtual or on-campus, open days can help students make informed decisions about their future study options. Encourage your students to research specific details and dates for the institutions that interest them and consider taking part. These resources on myfuture can help them prepare:

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Term 3 myfuture webinars

We have three informative sessions coming up this term for teachers, career practitioners and others who support and influence young people in their career choices. Sign up early to secure your place!

  • Tuesday 18 August: Introduction to myfuture
  • Wednesday 26 August: Career decision-making (hosted by the CDAA)
  • Tuesday 8 September: Making career decisions: how influencers can help
  • View session details and register.

myfuture partners

Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) - Work experience opportunities

Do you know students who have shown interest or talent in cyber security, mathematics, computing or engineering? ASD is seeking applicants from across Australia for its upcoming Work Experience programs at the Australian Cyber Security Centre in Canberra.

Learn about our other partners

Find information on courses, entry pathways, events, careers and other opportunities.

Coming soon - changes to myfuture

We're improving our site to make it easier for you and your students to find and use myfuture's career tools and resources. Check our next newsletter for updates and launch date!

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