Careers Centre

Another busy term comes to an end with option choice keeping the careers staff and students busy. The Year 12 career interviews are well underway with only a few more students to see.

Most Year 13s have applied for their courses for next year or other opportunities,  and we encourage anyone who needs assistance to be in touch with us. As the term comes to a close we wish all the senior students well as they prepare for their external examinations.  With the holidays approaching we have many students out on Gateway and STAR opportunities, including:

  • The Warehouse Red Shirt programme
  • McDonalds OASIS programme
  • Automotive
  • Health & Wellbeing
  • Techtorium short courses
  • NZ School Food & Wine
  • Makeup Artistry
  • Electrical
  • Personal Training
  • Yoobee Colleges short courses

Let us start your career in aviation – Open Day on Saturday, 1 October at Ardmore.
Ardmore flying school is having an Open Day “where students will get the opportunity to experience our industry leading Flight Simulators.  There will also be introductory flights available on the day, giveaways and heaps of information on our great facilities.  Instructors and past students will be there to give you advice on how to progress your career.  We are committed to making a Pilot Career open to anyone who has a dream of flying.”
Open Day – Saturday 1 October from 10.00am-4.00pm.

For more information contact Sophie on

Interested in a career in chiropractic?
The New Zealand College of Chiropractic Open Day is coming up on Saturday, 1 October!
On the day, you’ll get the chance to:

  • Discover what a career in chiropractic can offer you
  • Take a tour of the campus, Chiropractic Centre and Centre for Chiropractic Research
  • Try your hand at a technique class to experience chiropractic in action
  • Hear from our graduates about life as a chiropractor
  • Chat to our faculty, staff and current students
  • Find out about student life and clubs
  • Learn about the application process

Register now by clicking this link

We hope the students involved enjoy their time out in the workplace or on a course.

Lucy Rogers
Head of Department
Careers and Transition

Lorian King
Gateway and Vocational Pathways Coordinator