This week the latest Home Study list is out – embedded at the bottom of this letter on our site – and Charlotte has a whole lot of career notices.
The 75 of you who came with us down to Dunedin for the visit to the Tertiary Open day were a delight to spend time with. Thanks for your company – and we hope the exposure to the University and Polytech gave you a starting point to start to build some plans for next year and beyond.
Remember you don’t have to know what you’re going to be when you grow up. You just have to know who you are now, and what floats your boat.
Ballroom dancing will take place next Wednesday afternoon with Mr Nyhof
What’s Your Passion? Career and Life Planning Workshop
An opportunity for 10 students to participate in a series of 4 workshops to help you unlock your passion and purpose. You will work in a small group each Wednesday afternoon during Weeks 5-8 with a trained facilitator who promises it will be dynamic and fun.This free trial has only 10 spaces and you will need to attend all four sessions. Contact Charlotte to sign up or receive further information.
Career meetings: Please be proactive in arranging these if you have not had one already by flicking us an email or swing by the careers office – from next Monday Careers and Guidance will be back in the ‘old’ URSpace.
First Aid Course: The second and final STAR First Aid course is on Saturday the 25th of May. There are still some spaces. Sign up on the careers website
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Otago University Law Talk next Friday 17th May, 8:35 am (Room to be confirmed) The presenter is a barrister and solicitor, with research interests in human rights and technology.
Barista Holiday Course Sign up for this course on the Careers website
Workers’ Rights Past students have told us they wanted more information about employment, contracts and their legal rights so we have invited some experts to come and do some workshops here. More info coming soon.