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I am still a senior in high school and like many of our readers, I too am trying to find what I want to do when I graduate. At the moment in school, they are asking us to try to plan out; basically our entire future in a few weeks. Which is fairly crazy if you think about it. But it also pretty much sums up the idea of teenagers now. We aren’t allowed to have a real opinion or make any life decisions until we are adults, but we have to know exactly where we want to be in 5 to 10 years.
Over to the real reason for this blog post; my class has been invited to travel down to the Sunshine Coast for the Sunshine Coast Careers Expo and I thought it would be a great idea to tell our readers about this event. So stick with me, give it a read and maybe head to the Sunny Coast and check it out. It could really help!
Tuesday 24th, July 2018
10am – 2pm & 3:30pm – 6:30pm
Calvary Centre, Tanawha
Admission is FREE!
The Sunshine Coast Careers Expo is all about presenting opportunities for anyone interested in education or training or those seeking professional career development and employment opportunities. There are exhibitors including: Universities, private education providers, TAFE institutes, graduate employment, Defence Force recruiting, student support services and employer.
The Careers Expo offers a unique opportunity for anyone interested in starting, changing or upgrading their career. You can meet with a diverse range of organisations that are both locally-based and from around Australia.
The expo will allow you to experience many possible choices for your future, give you possible career paths and how to further your education.
So stick with me as I head to the Sunshine Coast Careers Expo on the 24th of July and stay tuned for a recount of my day. Maybe it’ll interest you to go to your closest careers expo or head to this one next year!
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Charlotte is a high school student who is trying to figure out how to survive in the real world. She knows that no-one has any clue about what they are doing. But maybe if she blogs about her experiences then maybe that will help other people like her. Right? It certainly couldn’t hurt.