USQ Careers DayPhotos, video

USQ Careers Day | Photos, video Yarraman SHS students Mariah Weeks, Rachael Hobbs and Talia Mayson.

Stanthorpe SHS students Stephen Woods, James Garth and Lockie McMurtie.

William Cox, Warwick SHS, Caitlin Turner, Warwick SHS, and Miranda Barrett, Clifton SHS.

Back: USQ School Events officer Kyle Williams and USQ Student Ambassador Logan Torrance. Front: Scots PGC students Bella Byrne, Tom Winter, Abigail Stiff and Tshinta Kendall.

St Ursula’s College students Olivia Mentor, Madeline Maguire, Sophie Roberts, Georgia Waters and Grace Leggatt.

Corporal Jason Taylor talks with Scots PGC students Harris Burton and TomasCole.

Toowoomba SHS students Rebin Kuruvila, Ilaitia Kamikamica, Hannah Aplin andAnna Lawrie.

Stanthorpe SHS students Mattiece Jones and Felicity Smith.

Roma SHS students Hannah Green, Shanara Campbell and Makayla Rudd.

Woodenbong Central School students Jonathan Hannant, Zac Reid, Jess Thamm and Joshua Weston.

TweetFacebookFootage: University of Southern Queensland“I am still not entirely sure what direction I want to go in, and think that is the beauty of this event; I now have more of an idea of different possibilities.

“At the moment I am looking at psychology and science.”

USQ Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Jan Thomas said the event provided an opportunity for students to learn about the processes involved and pathways available to higher education.

“Students were able to learn about careers available in the areas of law, business, nursing, creative arts and engineering, among others,” Professor Thomas said.

“For many students, this was their first time experiencing higher education so we wanted to give them a taste of what university life is like and explore what options are available when they finish high school.

“We tried to make sure all the sessions were informative, interesting and hands-on, while USQ staff and students were available to talk about the benefits of tertiary study and what courses are available.”

At the one-day event, students engaged in practical seminars, took part in campus tours and checked out the interactive career market.

Representatives from TAFE Queensland and the Australian Defence Force also facilitated sessions on the day.

Schools that attended included: Australian Christian College Distance Education, Bell SHS, Centenary Heights SHS, Charleville SHS, Chinchilla SHS, Clifton SHS, Crow’s Nest SHS, Dalby SHS, Inglewood SHS, Lockyer District SHS, Miles SHS, Mitchell SHS, Oakey SHS, Pittsworth SHS, Roma State College, St Joseph’s College, St Ursula’s College, Stanthorpe SHS, Toowoomba Anglican College and Preparatory School,Tara Shire SHS, Texas SHS, The Glennie School, The School of Total Education, The Scots PGC College, Toowoomba SHS – Mount Lofty, Warwick SHS, Yarraman SHS, Woodenbong Central School, Wandoan SHS, Millmerran SHS.

– Source: The University of Southern Queensland

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