Go to http://www.cthscareers.com/ for all the latest information.
Career education is an integral part of the school’s educational program. If students are to make realistic career decisions about school and post-school options, they need to continually review, update and expand their awareness and understanding of the world of work.
The school has Career Advisers who provides advice and information on subject choice selection, post-school courses, alternative career pathways and career options. The Careers Advisers organise speakers from universities, businesses and organisations to help advise students of varied career options. There are opportunities for students to obtain first-hand information at seminars, university and TAFE open days, trade fairs and careers expos.
Vocational Education lessons are part of the school curriculum in Year 10. The purpose is to assist students to develop the knowledge, skills, values and attitudes necessary to make informed decisions about school and post-school options and support participation in work experience opportunities. Year 10 students benefit from specialist organisations and guest speakers giving presentations and advice on job application and resume preparation skills.
All students are encouraged to make a time to speak to a Careers Adviser concerning their career choices.
2018 Premier’s Volunteer Recognition Program
Cherrybrook Technology High School has chosen to participate in the 2018 Premier’s Volunteer Recognition Program. Students in Years 9 to 12 are invited to participate. The Program encourages students to complete a volunteering activity throughout the time they are enrolled in Years 9 to 12.
Students may be nominated from one of the following three categories:
- Students in Year 9 who have completed a minimum of thirteen hours of volunteering in three months
- Students in Year 10 who have completed a minimum of 26 hours of volunteering in six months
- Students in Years 11 and 12 who have completed a minimum of 52 hours volunteering in twelve months.
Students are required to keep a record of their volunteering activities in the logbook available below.
Year 12 Combined Schools Tertiary Study Options Evening 2016
This information night was held on Wednesday 17 August 2016, from 5.30pm to 8pm in the MPC at Cherrybrook Technology High School. Download the information booklet from the night below:
Morrisby Career Assessment Program for CTHS Students
In order to support students in their important career decisions, Cherrybrook Technology High School has chosen to implement a comprehensive career assessment program called The Morrisby Report. For more information download the permission note below:
Western Sydney Careers Expo
At this event students can access career information from universities, TAFE colleges, employers, career counsellors, organisations with apprenticeship information, providers of study skills programs, HSC resources and lecture programs, international exchange and gap year programs. There will also be seminars on topics including tertiary courses, employment options, HSC subjects, careers, study skills and gap year advice.
Cherrybrook Technology High School has subscribed to Career Information Update websites. All parents and students in the CTHS Community are encouraged to use these sites:
Student and parents can receive email alerts which can be sent to you every time news is added to the mhscareers.com site. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with SUBSCRIBE in the subject line. Include your name and that you are a student/parent at Cherrybrook Technology High School.
JobJump is able to let you know the latest information about the careers you are interested in. Speak to a Careers Adviser to learn how to access and use the site.