Congratulations to George Mate in year 11 for his recent sign up as an Apprentice Electrician with Logan City Electrical. George will carry out working up to two days per week and studying small TAFE blocks while attending school to complete year 12. This is a wonderful opportunity for George who is willing to work hard to gain his qualification.
This is the second student from our College who have been supported by Logan City Electrical in a School Based Apprenticeship.
Clairvaux MacKillop offers continued opportunities for School-Based Apprenticeships and Traineeships, casual/part-time employment and defence force vacancies to students, that can be accessed internally and through the Parent Portal. The Career Pathways Department work with students to prepare them through work experience, application support, resume development and interview skilling.
For more information about the Career Pathways Department, access the Parent Portal or contact the Career Pathways Department:
Darren Smith email@example.com
Amanda-Jane Revelo firstname.lastname@example.org
Clairvaux Mackillop's Career Pathways Department supports and guides students in senior school for successful transitions into their future work and career pathways. Our college recognizes that students need access to skills and opportunities to be competitive in a rapidly changing job market. Through a strong network of business relationships and support from SCIPS (School Community Industry Partnership Service), senior students can access meaningful career development opportunities.
Our students are provided the opportunity to develop transferrable skills to better prepare them for the work environment. These transferrable skills develop through the Work Experience program delivered to students in years 10, 11 and 12 and structured work placement conducted through VET subjects.
The Work Experience program allows students to take up work experience in exam blocks, up to 3 times in a year for non-op students. OP students may also access work experience opportunities through their school holiday periods with support from the Career Pathways Department. Students may also present their own employers to gain work experience from as part of their program. Our students can also apply for the Defence Force Work experience programs available throughout the year.
This program provides students with opportunities to try working in varied environments, which allows them to make informed choices for their preferred career pathway. The Career Pathways Department strives to arrange holistic offerings in job ready activities to ensure that Clairvaux Mackillop students are valuable candidates for future employers.