Secondary News

Thursday, 19 April 2018 00:23

CAC Career News - Week 1, 2018

STOP PRESS EVENT

for Year 10, 11 and 12 students APRIL 23, 2018
 
BUSY At Work in conjunction with World Skills are hosting a TRY A TRADE EVENT, focussing on:

 

  • Carpentry
  • Plumbing
  • Electrical Trades       

 

Where:          BOND UNIVERSITY
Date:             Monday 23 April

Time:             9.30am – 11.30am
Address:       14 University Dr, Robina QLD 4226

 

What is it?

World Skills Australia aims to encourage people to appreciate that vocational education and training can open the door to many viable career choices.
This TRY A TRADE EVENT will motivate your students to try their hands at a variety of trades. Participants are guided through fun hands-on activities by industry experts, allowing them to discover the different types of techniques and tools required to be successful in their chosen industry.  This is a great opportunity for students interested in a these trades (school-based or full-time) to gain some great practical experience.

 

Confirming attendance
Students who are interested should contact Mrs Pearson (Jnr Sec Admin). 

There are 100 places available and it is a first come first served basis. 

Applications close 17 April.

Wednesday, 28 March 2018 04:22

CAC Career News - Week 10, 2018

STOP PRESS EVENT

for Year 10, 11 and 12 students APRIL 23, 2018
 
BUSY At Work in conjunction with World Skills are hosting a TRY A TRADE EVENT, focussing on:

 

  • Carpentry
  • Plumbing
  • Electrical Trades       

 

Where:          BOND UNIVERSITY
Date:             Monday 23 April

Time:             9.30am – 11.30am
Address:       14 University Dr, Robina QLD 4226

 

What is it?

World Skills Australia aims to encourage people to appreciate that vocational education and training can open the door to many viable career choices.
This TRY A TRADE EVENT will motivate your students to try their hands at a variety of trades. Participants are guided through fun hands-on activities by industry experts, allowing them to discover the different types of techniques and tools required to be successful in their chosen industry.  This is a great opportunity for students interested in a these trades (school-based or full-time) to gain some great practical experience.

 

Confirming attendance
Students who are interested should contact Mrs Pearson (Jnr Sec Admin). 

There are 100 places available and it is a first come first served basis. 

Applications close 17 April.

Tuesday, 20 March 2018 01:06

CAC Career News - Week 9, 2018

 

 

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Hair Headquarters is looking for a bright and bubbly School Based Apprentice to join their team.
You must be passionate about Hairdressing, hard working and eager to learn.
They need someone to work Mondays, late night on Thursday and potentially Saturdays.
You will also need to attend TAFE once a month.

Hair Headquarters prides itself on excellent service and creating perfect hair. We provide in salon training. We are located at the new Coles complex, Coomera City Centre.

Please send resumes to hair_headquarters@hotmail.com or in person Or call Karissa on 0435902375

 

 

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ADF Gap Year applications for 2019 have opened.

It's a unique opportunity for your students to try out a career in Navy, Army or Air Force and get a feel for a military life without committing for a longer period.

 

Through an ADF Gap Year you will:

  • Gain valuable skills and work experience
  • Enjoy a great salary package plus free healthcare
  • Live a varied, active and healthy lifestyle
  • Make friends with like-minded people
  • Get the opportunity to see more of Australia

 

 

In 2019 there are 14 roles to choose from ranging from admin to artillery and even flight crew, plus this year we’re offering 30 Army Officer roles - places are limited.

 

ADF Gap Year – Navy - Closes 9 April 2018
ADF Gap Year Army Combat Engineer - Closes 9 April 2018
ADF Gap Year Army Officer - Closes 23 April 2018
ADF Gap Year Army Artillery Operator - Closes 23 April 2018
ADF Gap Year Army Infantry Soldier - Closes 14 May 2018
ADF Gap Year Army Driver - Closes 21 May 2018
ADF Gap Year Army Administration Assistant - Closes 21 May 2018
ADF Gap Year Army Warehouse Assistant - Closes 21 May 2018
ADF Gap Year Army Air Defence Operator - Closes 21 May 2018
ADF Gap Year Air Force Cabin Crew - Closes 7 March 2018
ADF Gap Year Air Force Warehouse Storeperson - Closes 28 May 2018
ADF Gap Year Air Force Aviation Support Technician - Closes 28 May 2018
ADF Gap Year Air Force Airbase Protection and Security - Closes 4 June 2018
ADF Gap Year Air Force Administration Assistant - Closes 4 June 2018

Closing dates are driven by demand and may close sooner than listed.

APPLY NOW

Requirements

  • Australian citizen
  • Aged between 18 and 24 years on admission
  • Year 12 completion (required passes vary by job)

 

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Year 10, 11 and 12 students are invited to attend the annual Griffith Business School Careers in Commerce Experience Day. Don't forget to register for this fantastic event where students will gain insight into the exciting career choices available to them as commerce graduates, and they will hear from speakers who have used their commerce qualifications to forge successful careers in the diverse areas of accounting, business law, economics, finance and financial planning.

Take part in interactive commerce challenges

Students will also work in groups to solve commerce challenges for the chance to share in a prize pool valued at $1,500.

 

Event details

Date: Thursday 7 June 2018
Time: 9.30 am – 2.00 pm
Venue: Sir Samuel Griffith Centre (N78), Room 0.11, Nathan Campus
RSVP: Register your attendance by emailing sian.jones@griffith.edu.au by Friday 18 May 2018.

 

Questions?

Contact Sian Jones, Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics, Griffith Business School via email:  sian.jones@griffith.edu.au

 

 

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ADF Gap Year applications for 2019 are opening on March 1. It’s a unique opportunity for students to try out a career in Navy, Army or Air Force and get a feel for a military life without committing for a longer period.

Through an ADF Gap Year you'll:

• Gain valuable skills and work experience
• Enjoy a great salary package plus free healthcare
• Live a varied, active and healthy lifestyle
• Make friends with like-minded people
• Get the opportunity to see more of Australia
In 2019 there are 14 roles to choose from ranging from admin to artillery and even flight crew, plus this year we’re offering 30 Army Officer roles - places are limited.

Requirements

• Australian citizen
• Aged between 18 and 24 years on admission
• Year 12 completion (required passes vary by job)
Click here for more details

 

 

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Students interested in pursuing medicine or dentistry need to sit the UMAT on 25 July 2018. MedEntry is a government accredited Registered Training Organisation specialising in UMAT preparation. MedEntry offers discounts of 30% for groups, numerous scholarships and bursaries. For more information, please visit www.MedEntry.edu.au

 

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Monday, 19 February 2018 00:11

CAC Career News - Week 5, Term 1 2018

 

 

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CURRENT VACANCIES

 

Three school-based traineeships in a child care centre in Oxenford are currently available– one is a Cert III Child Care and the others are both Cert III Business admin.  Please forward resumes to Nicole Wallace, Career and Placement Advisor, Busy at Work Nicole.Wallace@busyatwork.com.au


Below are job descriptions:


School-Based Childcare Traineeship – Oxenford - Wednesdays


Centre based in Oxenford are seeking a school-based child care trainee to join their team on a Wednesday and gain a cert III in childcare.  You will need to be comfortable working with children and their families, have great presentation and communication skills and be a keen learner as it is a busy environment.
If you would like to gain a certificate while still at school in a high priority area then apply now.

 

School-Based Business Admin Traineeships x2 – Oxenford – One for Tuesdays and the Other Day To Be Confirmed

 

Centre based in Oxenford are seeking 2 x school-based business admin trainees to join their team and gain a cert III in business administration.  You will need to be comfortable working with children and their families, have great presentation and communication skills and be a keen learner as it is a busy environment.


One of the roles is on a Tuesday and the day for the other vacancy is TBA


If you would like to gain a certificate while still at school in a high priority area, then apply now.

 

 

 

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Wednesday, 31 January 2018 00:48

CAC Career News - Week 1, Term 1 2018

 

 

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OPEN DAY!

GOLD COAST - WEDNESDAY 31ST JAN 5PM - 7PM

BRISBANE - WEDNESDAY 7TH FEB 5PM - 7PM

We deliver exceptional courses and provide rare opportunities that lead to career success for our students — we offer courses in Fashion, Styling, Design, Beauty, Visual Arts, Make-Up, Interior Design & Photography!

LOCATION:
Brisbane Campus - 29 Amelia Street, Fortitude Valley
Gold Coast Campus - 14/475 Scottsdale Drv, Varsity Lakes

Believe - Create - Succeed

If you’d love to lead a creative life, come along to one of our info sessions to discover your potential and explore your opportunities for an amazing future. Attending an info session is a great opportunity to meet with the teaching staff, learn more about our courses and where they could lead you, and ask any questions you might have.

 

 

 

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Illusions Magic Show at Sanctuary Cove currently have traineeships available. If you are in Year 11, 12 you may qualify for one of these work place traineeships.
For expressions of interest please contact Jacqui jac@illusionshow.com.au

This week is the APS SUMMER FINALS for 2017. All teams will be leaving from the Secondary Campus carpark at 12.10pm to play in the Summer APS Finals Round.

Congratulations to all teams playing on Friday, with special mention for the following teams who are playing for a premiership:

 

  • Open Girls AFL
  • Open Boys AFL
  • Open Boys A Basketball
  • Open Girls A Basketball
  • Intermediate Boys AFL
  • Junior Girls Water Polo
  • Junior Girls Softball
  • Yr. 8A Boys Basketball
  • Yr. 8A Girls Basketball
  • Yr. 8B Boys Touch
  • Yr. 7A Boys Basketball
  • Yr. 7B Boys Basketball
  • Yr. 7A Girls Basketball
  • Yr. 7B Girls Basketbal

Please Note:
Students who usually catch a Surfside bus home from the College will need to make alternative arrangements, as the return sport buses will most likley not return to the College on time to catch them.

 

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Australian Industry Trade College Logo

The Australian Industry Trade College will be hosting monthly delivery of TAFE Qld, White Card Training at our campus at 281 Scottsdale Drive, Robina. Details of first course as follows;

  • Course:          CPCCWHS1001 - Prepare to Work Safely in the Construction Industry
  • Date:              Thursday November 9
  • Cost:               $25
  • Time:              12.30 – 4.30pm  (4hrs)
  • Transport:       Campus is 10 min walk from Varsity Train Station or alternatively there is a bus stop outside campus
  • Enrolment:     Please complete attached admission formIdentification:  Personal ID required on day of training
  • Classes:         10-15 per class

 

School-based Apprentice in Hairdressing

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Hair Headquarters are opening a new salon at the new Coomera City Centre and are looking for a school based apprentice and a full time apprentice.  They are looking for for a team worker, bubbly, hard working apprentice who is passionate about becoming a great hairdresser. Please feel free to call Karissa Noscov  0435902375.

 

 

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TAFE Queensland Southport campus is opening its doors
for you to explore our courses.

Connect with our dedicated team
to make great happen.


Date: Thursday 18 January, 2018
Time: 1.00pm-6.00pm
Location: Ground Floor, 91-99 Scarborough Street, Southport

 

Find out about courses in Health, Nursing, Trades, Creative Industries, Business, IT, Beauty, Hairdressing, Hospitality, Early Childhood & Education and more.

 
•    View exhibits by Creative Industries
•    Visit the Southport campus facilities
•    Career and course advice
•    Fun interactive displays

For further enquiries, please visit our website.
 
Courses include:

Aged Care, Health & Fitness | Beauty & Hair | Business, Management & Justice  | Cookery, Hospitality & Tourism | Community Services & Counselling | Early Childhood & Education | English and Employment Preparation | Nursing | Short Courses | Tradesn. pus is opening its doors
for you to explore our courses.

 

 

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Great internship opportunity available for School Leavers

 

Over the past 10 years, EA has helped over 2,000 young people have the best winter of their lives through their Instructor Internship Program. The internship provides young-people with world-class training, support and an internationally recognised qualification which then assists them into a paid instructor job at one of the world’s top ski schools. Internship programs start at $4975 which cover the costs of training, examination fees and materials, accommodation and a guaranteed job offer at one of EA's highly competitive resorts.

 The recruitment stage is now open for programs starting Nov/Dec 2018.

 EA are looking for school leavers who:

•    Have a passion for skiing or snowboarding (Low level intermediate to advanced ability welcome)
•    Have a willingness to learn through training and working
•    Have an interest in travel and adventure
•    Are available between November/December to April 2018
•    Will be 18 years of age by November 2018
•    Are looking for a life-changing experience
•    Have the financial support to participate in an internship abroad


Click here to see if you meet initial eligibility criteria for this opportunity.

 Successful applicants will receive:


•    A GUARANTEED offer of employment as a ski or snowboard instructor which includes uniform, full season pass, and discount deals
•    Early season orientation, instructor training, and accommodation package
•    International Instructor Association membership and level one ski or snowboard examination
•    Training, support and further qualifications throughout the season
•    Assistance and support with obtaining Working Holiday Visas, flights and insurances (in partnership with STA Travel)
•    Access to our 29 resort partners for future work opportunities to help progress their career in the snow sports industry

Locations:


We work with partner ski resorts in Canada, USA, Japan, New Zealand and Switzerland. Programs start in late November each year for the northern hemisphere and June for the southern hemisphere.

 Download your career pack here to start the application process and learn more about EA’s paid internship opportunity.
For general information about our internship programs around the world, check out our website www.easkiandsnowboard.com or read some of our Alumni reviews here.

 

 

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Fixtures locations and match times - Round Seven Friday 3 November Vs Trinity

 

 Boys Fixtures

 

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 Girls Fixtures

 

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Fixtures locations and match times - Round Six Friday 27 October Vs Emmanuel

 

 Boys Fixtures

 

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 Girls Fixtures

 

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Coomera Waters Tavern requires a full time first year apprentice chef. No experience necessary but having done Hospitality during school is an advantage. For details please send Shannon an email shan76@live.com.au

 

TOOMEY EARTHMOVERS


Toomey Earthmovers is a company who manufactures large earthmoving equipment and Elevation Compensators for use with GPS in agriculture.
The compensator is a small technical device which we manufacture our selves and is sold globally.
We require a motivated, organized, punctual, methodical and keen learner to help make these devices.
The position requires soldering components, making cables and assembling components.
This position would suits someone who is interested in electrical engineering or tech wiring and assembly.

License required as the position is at Yatala. The hours would depend on workload.

Contact
Toomey Earthmovers
Sue Toomey
0407124534
Roger Toomey
0427182796

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 Busy


We are currently looking for some school based apprentices and trainees for our employers.  All of our vacancies are currently listed on our website: www.apprenticeshipcentral.com.au – search using school based tab.


School based roles:

  • Hairdressing apprentice – school based  - Robina, This is an upmarket salon and the employer is looking for a student who wants to become a     hairdresser – must have great customer service skills, be well presented and keen
  • Hospitality trainee – School based – Helensvale, Busy café based in Westfield is looking for a school based trainee to join their team, in this     role you will working as an all rounder.  No experience necessary

  • Commercial cookery apprentice – school based – Mermaid waters, Contemporary Asian restaurant is looking for school based apprentice to join their     team, must be passionate about food, have a great work ethic and be keen to learn

  • Hospitality trainee – school based – Burleigh,Our employer is looking for 2 school based hospitality trainees to work front of house in their     busy West Burleigh café.  This is a great opportunity to gain fantastic hospitality skills

  • Information technology traineeship – School based – Runaway Bay,
    If you love IT and want to learn in an interesting environment, with cutting-edge technology at your fingertips, then don't look anywhere else.  A fantastic opportunity for someone currently in Year 10 to commence a school based traineeship. You will be completing a Certificate III in     Information, Digital Media and Technology.

 

 

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INFORMATION SESSIONS - WEP


 What is Student Exchange? Who is WEP Australia? Where and When can I go? What support will my child receive? Who are the host families? …

Have all your questions and more answered at one of our free, personalised and engaging information evenings.

These represent a fantastic opportunity to meet the WEP team as well as recently returned students and will help you make an informed decision about whether student exchange is right for you and your family. Fill out the form below if you can make it! (It is not compulsory to RSVP, but helps us plan ahead.)

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Fixtures locations and match times - Round Five Friday 20 October Vs Kings

 

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2018 UQ Enhanced Studies - applications are now open

Current Year 11 students are invited to apply for UQ’s Enhanced Studies Program (ESP).

ESP provides your talented students with an opportunity to extend their studies by completing a university subject in Semester 1 of Year 12.  Your students can select from over 40 courses including maths, psychology, accounting, business management, history, languages, music, and tourism.  Some external and flexible delivery courses are also available.  In 2018, we are happy to introduce ten new courses:

 

•    Introduction to Criminology
•    Quantitative Economic and Business Analysis A
•    Advanced Calculus and Linear Algebra I
•    Music Techniques and Aural Skills 1
•    Introduction to Occupational Health and Safety
•    Introduction to Australian Politics
•    Introduction to Politics and Public Policy
•    Introduction to Political Ideas

 

Students who study an ESP course do not pay tuition fees.  ESP students enjoy the benefits associated with being a UQ student, including access to UQ libraries, student services, guest lectures, and use of UQ’s extensive sporting facilities.  In addition, students who successfully complete ESP will receive one bonus point (1-99 scale) towards their university entrance rank through UQ’s Bonus Rank Scheme.  Students who later enrol in a relevant UQ program may receive credit for their completed course.  

 

Eligibility

Students currently completing Year 11 (in the year of application), in all Queensland state and non-government high schools and colleges, including on-shore international students and students studying the Diploma of the International Baccalaureate who:

 

•    are high academic achievers gaining at least a 'B' cumulative average (or equivalent) during Semester 1, Year 11; and
•    can participate in ESP during first semester of Year 12; and
•    are confident the extra study will not negatively impact their Year 12 studies; and
•    have gained support and permission from their parent/guardian and their school to take on the additional workload.

 

Interested students are encouraged to check out the ESP website to see if ESP is right for them and other course-specific eligibility requirements.

Applications are now open via the ESP website.  Applications close Tuesday 31 October, 2017 at 11.59pm.

 

 

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 Fixtures Locations Rd Four Vs All Saints

 

 Boys Fixtures

 

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 Girls Fixtures

 

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Fixtures for the Summer APS Sport Round 3 vs St Stephen’s College - Friday October 6

 

Sport Days finish time notice

 

Teams Playing at Home – Mainly CAC

 

  • Yr. 10  and Open Boys Basketball Teams – CAC

  • Yr. 8, 9 and Open Boys Touch – CAC

  • Boys and Girls Tennis – Hope Island Tennis Centre

  • Intermediate  Softball – CAC

  • Yr. 7, 8  and 9 Boys Basketball Teams – Coomera Indoor Centre – Beattie Rd.

 

Teams playing away – Mainly St Stephen’s College

 

  • Girls Basketball – St Stephen’s College

  • Yr.  8, Yr. 9, Yr. 10 and Open Girls Touch – St Stephen’s College

  • Junior and Open Girls Softball – St Stephen’s College

  • Yr. 7 Girls Touch  and Yr. 7 Boys and Senior Girls Tier 2 Touch – Owen Park Touch Football

  • Junior Boys and Junior Girls Water Polo – Miami Swimming Pool

  • Open Boys and Open Girls Water Polo – Southport Swimming Pool

  • Junior Boys Cricket – Oxenford Synthetic, Leo Graham Way

  • Junior, Intermediate and Open Girls AFL – Runaway Bay West Soccer Fields

  • Intermediate Boys AFL – Carrara East Fields

  • Open Boys  AFL - All Saints

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Get a head start in your health career by studying whilst at school!


Join us at our information night to hear about the TAFE at School health programs on offer in 2018. Find out course details, entry requirements, units that you'll study and the outcomes and pathways available post study.

Health courses available in 2018:

ACM20110 Certificate II in Animal Studies
HLT23215 Certificate II in Health Support Services / HLT33115 Certificate III in Health Services Assistance
HLT43015 Certificate IV in Allied Health
HLT54115 Diploma of Nursing (Partial Completion - 6 or 10 units)
CHC32015 Certificate III in Community Services
CHC52015 Diploma of Community Services (Partial completion - 8 units)
SIS20115 Certificate II in Sport and Recreation / SIS30315 Certificate III in Fitness
SIS50612 Diploma of Sport Development (Partial Completion - 8 units)

View all TAFE at School programs for 2018 here.

The evening will commence with a presentation followed by break out sessions for each course where staff and teachers will be available to answer your questions.

WHEN
Thursday 19 October 2017

TIME
6.00pm - 8.00pm

WHERE
TAFE Queensland Southport
Stage Precinct, Ground Level
91-99 Scarborough Street
Southport


REGISTER

Register by Friday 6 October to secure your seat.

CONTACT
For further information contact our Faculty of Community Services, Health and Nursing.
5581 8247


Schools.GoldCoast@tafe.qld.edu.au

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Time to take your creative talent to the next level?

 
TAFE Queensland is opening its doors at our Coomera campus


for you to explore and make great happen.

 

Date:               Saturday 14 October, 2017

Time:              9.30am-2.30pm

Where:           198 Foxwell Road, Coomera

 

Activities on the day include:

 

  • Interactive displays: gaming stations, green screen and broadcast demonstrations

  • Radio Metro Pop Up Party with Celebrity DJ & MC Bilsy - prizes up for grabs

  • Viewing exhibits by Interior Design, Building Design and Graphic Design students

  • Visiting our Film Editing suites, Sound Recording studios and Black Box Theatre

  • Meeting our team to discuss Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

  • Speaking with industry exhibitors and experts

  • Touring the campus facilities

  • Career and course advice

For further enquiries, please email us or visit ourwebsite.

Courses include: 

Music | Sound Production | Graphic Design | Information Technology |

 

 

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The 2018 C.A.S. Hawker Scholarships open on Monday 4th December and close on Friday 5th January 2018.

 

C.A.S. Hawker Scholarships are one of the most generous privately funded scholarships available to undergraduate students in Australia. Each residential scholarship is valued at up to $50,000 over three years



Information about the C.A.S. Hawker Scholarship and an application form are available at www.hawkerscholarship.org or by contacting the secretary to the Trustees on 08 8127 1654.



The Charles Hawker Scholarship perpetuates the memory of scholar, soldier and pastoralist Charles Allan Seymour Hawker and commemorates the achievements of one of Australia’s most respected statesmen.



C.A.S. Hawker Scholarships have been presented by Governor-General Ms Quentin Bryce AC, Australia’s Chief Scientist Professor Ian Chubb AC, South Australian Premier Hon Jay Weatherill MP, former Speaker of the House of Representatives and Hawker family member Hon David Hawker AO and former Governor-General The Hon Major General Michael Jeffery AC.

 

The scholarships are available to all Australian students. The majority have been awarded to students entering their first year of university study.



Selection is largely based on personal qualities and demonstrated leadership as well as academic ability. Undergraduate Hawker Scholars are able to attend a range of Australian educational institutions.

 

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Fixtures for the Summer APS Sport Round 2 vs AB Paterson College – Friday 8 September

 

Sport Days finish time notice

 

Teams Playing at Home – Mainly CAC

 

  • Yr. 10  and Open Girls Basketball Teams – CAC

  • Yr. 8, 10 and Open Girls Touch – CAC

  • Girls Tennis – Hope Island Tennis Centre

  • Junior, Intermediate and Open Softball – CAC

  • Byes - Intermediate Girls AFL and Intermediate Girls Softball – Stay at College

 

Teams playing away – Mainly AB Paterson College

 

  • Yr. 7, 8  and 9 Girls Basketball Teams – Coomera Indoor Centre – Beattie Rd

  • Boys Basketball – A B Paterson College

  • Boys Touch – A B Paterson College

  • Boys Tennis – Queens Park Tennis Centre

  • Yr. 7 Girls Touch  and Yr. 9 Girls Touch Football – A B Paterson College

  • Junior Boys and Junior Girls Water Polo – Miami Swimming Pool

  • Open Boys and Open Girls Water Polo – A B Paterson College

  • Junior Boys and Senior Girls Tier 2 Touch – Owen Park

  • Junior Boys Cricket – Albert Park Cricket Oval

  • Junior and Open Girls AFL – Runaway Bay West Soccer Fields

  • Intermediate Boys AFL – Carrara East Fields

  • Open Boys  AFL - All Saints

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Our friends at Craveable Brands (home to Red Rooster, Oporto and Chicken Treat) are currently looking for students to fill casual positions at their Oporto store in Cavill Avenue.

There are 10 positions available, for both BOH and FOH staff.


The work times are as follows:

  • After school (Weekdays)

  • All day (Weekends)

  • Day and night shift (School Holidays)

We believe this is a great opportunity for students who are looking for part-time/casual work whilst they’re still at school.


For more information, or to apply, please click here, or email jobs@explorecareers.com.au.

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