6 September 2013
The University of the Sunshine Coast is running a series of workshops across the Moreton Bay Region to provide people with insights into their future career and study opportunities.
Residents can attend one of four ‘Pathways to Tertiary Study’ information sessions at Moreton Bay Region Libraries from 10-19 September. They will be held at:
The sessions are part of USC’s annual Career Compass series, which provides opportunities for prospective students to talk one-on-one with USC staff and current students.
External Relations Officer Sebastion Marx said this was the first time USC had held its Career Compass sessions in the area.
“USC has become a popular study destination for students from North Brisbane and the Moreton Bay Region due to its proximity and its relaxed campus setting,” he said.
“More students are discovering the benefits of heading north for a quality education and improved lifestyle.”
There will also be a ‘Shaping your Career’ workshop at North Lakes Library on Thursday 12 September from 4-6pm, which allows residents to discuss their career aspirations and the range of study programs available at USC.
The sessions are free to the public, however bookings are essential. For bookings, contact the Redcliffe, Caboolture, Strathpine or North Lakes Libraries.
— Jessica Halls