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P-TECH Gives Students a Taste of Future Jobs

6 May 2016  |   Some Geelong Secondary Students are getting a first-hand look at the industries they might work in through an innivative pilot program.  The Year 9 students at Newcomb are taking part in one of the first two P-TECH (Pathways in Technology) programs. Pictured: Tribal Campus design expert Max Bush speaks toContinue Reading »

Jacob, Building a Culinary Career  #apprenticeship #innovation

When Jacob Hayward decided to pursue an apprenticeship, he saw it as the start of “a career with unlimited opportunities.” Jacob had some basic cooking experience from home economics class, but not much more than that. “After finishing high school, I felt a little aimless,” Jacob said. “I was just sitting around with a casualContinue Reading »