Rosehill Secondary College has two qualified Careers Practitioners who can help students with Career Pathways from Year 7 to 12.

Their office is situated in the Year 11 centre where resources are available for students to do research. Their aim is to provide students with all the latest information that will help them make decisions about their future career and their life post-secondary school.

Careers Education also extends to:

At Year 7 & 8 a careers education program is run every year which starts students thinking about career opportunities. They also complete a Career Action Plan online.

At Year 9 all students will complete a Morrisby career analysis which is personalised to the student. The Morrisby analysis gives students the tools and information to support students in making the right decisions when it comes to career pathways. At anytime students can log in to their personal area on the Morrisby website and revisit their results, research the pathway into careers, investigate job specific information and also search for courses and research apprenticeships.

All students in Year 9 will be interviewed by a Careers Practitioner to unpack the Morrisby analysis.

At Year 10 students have the opportunity to complete two weeks of Work Experience in the last two weeks of term 2. In term 3 students start Career pathways program which leads into the subject selection for VCE. They also revisit their Career Action Plan and attend the Melbourne Careers Expo.

Year 11 & 12 students are all given an opportunity to meet with the Careers Practitioners to discuss their career pathways and what they would like to do post Year 12.

Year 11

  • Students revisit their Career Action Plan
  • Attend careers expo

Year 12

  • VTAC interviews for applications/SEAS/Change of preference
  • VTAC information session for students
  • Career Action Plans revisited.
  • Attend careers expo