A hovercraft and Defence Force recruiters, ship builders, computer specialists, financial leaders and education providers were out in force to help Armadale children choose their future path last week.
At a career expo hosted by Cecil Andrews College on April 10 students were exposed to a range of career and education paths to help them work out their lives after graduating school. The P-TECH Career Expo was part of a Federal Government-funded program to provide students with access to entry into major economic fields. It was also supported by Curtin, Edith Cowan, Murdoch and Notre Dame universities.
A Cecil Andrews College spokesperson said the event had a raft of positives for soon-to-graduate students.
“Students are engaging with the world of work to better understand the relevance of their school learning to jobs and post-school pathways,” they said.