Digital Careers has programs and activities available for Year 3 right through to Year 12 students available and can even connect you to technology careers opportunities and the industry to help you start your career!
- Finding activities: if you’re interested activities like creating websites, programming robots or becoming a young entrepreneur have a look at the Digital Careers Activity Map [PDF] (if you know of one that we have not included, please let us know!). Also, check out the programs page for more information on initiatives directly championed by Digital Careers.
- Finding the right study options: the Commonwealth Government’s My University website is a great resource for students in their final years of high school. This is a great way to find tertiary study options that suit your needs. The website allows you to search by course type, location, entrance mark and delivery method (on campus or distance). Visit: www.myuniversity.gov.au
- Finding the job for you: Sometimes it is hard to know what a career even looks like. Have a browse of the My Future website to find breakdowns of a diverse range of careers. Visit: MyFuture.edu.au. The Australian Computing Society Foundation has also developed an interesting resource to profile the diversity of technology careers available. See ACS Career Wheel [PDF]
- Work while studying & Internships: if you’re looking for part time work, one off projects or internships, visit: ribit.net. It’s a free service which matches students to flexible work relevant to their study.