Career Help

Please  contact us to make an appointment to discuss career pathways and tertiary study options with you. We are happy to help. Careers Office Hours: Monday – Friday (8.40 am – 3.15pm)

Career Centre

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Want to know more about enrolling at University? Need help selecting study options?

Join the Careers Department Facebook page. Find out about events, deadlines and opportunities through your newsfeed. Make appointments, ask questions etc. Keep in touch with information that may determine your future!
Follow the Careers Centre on Twitter to find out the latest information on Taster Courses, Job opportunities, Study options and much, much, more Follow us on Twitter….click here.

From the beginning of their secondary schooling, students are faced with important decisions that will lead to future career choices.  Please contact Catrin Hughes, Director of Vocational  Pathways.

Leaving School magazine…The Leaving School magazine is your guide to study and career options.  Get a copy from Careers Centre or read online now at www.leavingschool.co.nz.  Check out the Facebook page www.facebook.com/leavingschoolnz.

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The Gateway Programme

The Gateway programme is offered to Year 12 and 13 students. It is a unique opportunity for student to try out an area of interest in a supported environment while also gaining unit standard credits including First Aid and Site Safe certificates where relevant.

Please contact [email protected]z to make an appointment to discuss Gateway opportunities.
Gateway Office Hours: Tuesday 9am – 3.15pm. Wednesday 12.30pm -3.15pm. Thursday 9am – 3.15pm. Friday 9am – 12.30pm.

Contact the Careers Department

Catrin Hughes - Director of Vocational Pathways
Geoff Hall – Careers Counsellor
Beth Nalter – Transition Pathways
Fiona Drummond – Careers Administrator
Mary Parshotam - Gateway Co-ordinator

 

DreamCatcher

One-stop shop for students Green Bay High School is pleased to implement the career-focused programme Dreamcatcher. This is a ‘one-stop shop’ for students, parents and teachers relating to a wide range of areas, including building a personal profile based on achievements and experiences, interactive tools, links to tertiary websites, as well as up-to-date information on careers and employment opportunities. Information can be stored for future use and edited as interests change.

dreamcatcher for websiteSTUDENTS: Click on the DreamCatcher image to get started!

This is a ‘one-stop shop’ for students, parents and teachers relating to a wide range of areas, including building a personal profile based on achievements and experiences, interactive tools, links to tertiary websites, as well as up-to-date information on careers and employment opportunities. Information can be stored for future use and edited as interests change.

 

 

PARENTS: Click on the (dark blue) DreamCatcher image to get started!

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