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Unleash your potential: How to get a foot in the door
September 11 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm$20 – $62
University, and beyond…
The Caulfield Grammarians’ Association is pleased to host this 2 hour session for our young alumni and soon-to-be alumni on Wednesday 11 September in the Cripps Centre – Caulfield Campus, 217 Glen Eira Rd St Kilda East. Attendees will enjoy nibbles, drinks and networking with their peers from 6.30pm-7.00pm. The networking session will be followed by a key note address from Sharyn Donaghy, and interviews of young alumni (Emily Davis – 2012 and Patrick Hayne – 2017) who have used, internships and social media to get a foot in the door (7.00pm – 8.30pm).
- To support our young alumni as they transition from school to university and then work
- To promote the benefits of internships
- To promote the benefits of using social media for networking and building community
Tickets are $20pp for this 2 hour session. Discounted tickets are available for current CGS students (use coupon code cgsstudent).
Optional Career Counselling Session (prior to presentation) — $62pp
- 30 minute 1:1 career counselling session
- Psychometric testing prior to session
Participants will receive an Individualised Career Action Plan and a detailed report outlining:
- Occupational themes
- Interest & personal style scales
- Career & study recommendations
Sharyn Donaghy — Head of Career Solutions
Sharyn draws on over a decade of experience delivering career advisory services and teaching in secondary schools, both government and independent, including direct experience with indigenous, special needs and disadvantaged groups. Due to her education background, she has particularly strong knowledge of the career development needs of Year 7 — 12 indigenous students. Sharyn has designed and delivered personal and career development programs and individual Career Counselling to students in Years 7 — 12. These programs have required the utilisation of career diagnostic assessment, the provision of one-on-one career guidance and the implementation of comprehensive program management methodologies.
Attending this event means that you agree to be photographed and videoed by the Caulfield Grammarians’ Association and it’s agents. For more details see our Terms and Conditions.