Find the right career for you

As a student or new graduate, there’s a lot of information coming your way. We help you thoroughly prepare to make the most of yourself as you take these first steps to your career.

Whether you are a student or a graduate, you can get the help you need to take the right next steps. You can start with a one-off session, or choose from a number of options designed to offer practical help.

Working with Career Clinic you will:

  • Develop clarity and understanding about how to make good decisions about your future
  • Discover valuable insights about yourself
  • Learn about the world of work and gain tools to take control of your future
  • Develop and implement an action plan and identify the resources that will help you

Now is the time to put your best foot forward.

Find the right career for you

A Word to Parents/ Caregivers:

Knowing how to best help your child on the path to success can be a challenge. That’s where we come in. We’re experts in our field and we have our fingertips on more options to help progress your child’s future.

If you’re stuck for ideas, or want to discuss how you can best help your child, we offer one-to-one parent coaching sessions.

Janet is also available to speak to parent groups with a ‘Top Tips’ session providing information about the current work environment, and giving valuable insights about how you can best help your child.

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I found it really useful to breakdown what was actually important to me in a future career and what my strengths and interests would best be suited to. Having examples of how to achieve to my goals and go about entering into tertiary education really equipped me to make important decisions for my future.


18 year old student

Thank you sooo much! He thought it was going to be a bit of a waste of time and in actual fact he thought it was awesome!!!!


Mum of 17 year old student

I wasn’t sure where I wanted to go after leaving school. But through the session I became aware of new options and now have an idea of what path I’d like to take.


17 year old student

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