Help­ing to find their life path­way

Matamata Chronicle - - Your Paper, Your Place - REXINE HAWES

Mata­mata Col­lege is help­ing stu­dents find their path­ways to a bright fu­ture.

The col­lege is host­ing a Ca­reers Path­way evening to­mor­row night and is an op­por­tu­nity for stu­dents, or any­one con­sid­er­ing study, to speak to spokes­peo­ple from a va­ri­ety of ter­tiary providers.

The aim is to in­form stu­dents about what pre req­ui­site re­quire­ments are in the cour­ses they want to take and align them­selves with the right sub­jects at col­lege.

It is also hugely ben­e­fi­cial for stu­dents yet to de­ter­mine a course of study, adults con­sid­er­ing re­turn­ing to study, or seek­ing a ter­tiary ed­u­ca­tion for the first time.

Mata­mata Col­lege ca­reers ad­vi­sor Sue Han­cock says last year’s path­way evening was well at­tended and stu­dents made good use of the in­for­ma­tion. She says it’s also great for par­ents to come along and make sure they and their child are on the same page.

Ca­reers Path­way is held to­mor­row night at the Mata­mata Col­lege hall, 5.30-7.30pm any­one with ques­tions can ring the col­lege ca­reers de­part­ment on 881 9018.

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