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Gemma Murphy

JobJump Careers News Bulletin 20 July 2023

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Attention Maths Graduates! Trainee – Finance Graduate

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Universal Mortgage Experts, located in Toukley, are growing their team and looking for a Trainee - Finance Graduate. This is a fantastic career opportunity for a graduate student, with mentorship…

Job Jump February 22, 2024

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Job Jump February 15 2024

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Elevate – Career Opportunity for College Alumni

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Did Elevate’s study skill seminars help you to ace your HSC this year?  Would you like to help next year’s Year 12 students?   Join the Elevate team as a presenter…

Job Jump November 30, 2023

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Job Jump. November 23, 2023

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Central Coast’s 2023 school leaders Article

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St Brigid’s Catholic College Year 12 leaders for 2023 including captains Ben McCulkin and Bridget McLear and vice captains Brooke Elwell and Cooper Sweeney.

Bridget McLear — Year 12 Captain

I am one of the two college captains here at St Brigid’s Catholic College Lake Munmorah, my role entails responsibilities such as being the voice for students, being a role model for my peers, leading school events and masses, and being an advocate for change while continuing to develop my leadership skills.

I decided to pursue the role of college captain as I have always aspired to be a voice for the youth and to be a role model for my peers as well as inspiring them to achieve their full potential. I value being the person that is chosen to represent the values of the college at events both internally and externally.

At school, my passions fall under Drama and Performing Arts. I’m currently studying Drama as a part of my HSC course as well as studying it outside of school, I also take part in a range of extra-curricular activities for performing arts within the school, and I participate and perform in a range of school productions as well as competing in competitions.

Ben McCulkin — Year 12 Captain

My position involves working with a team of amazing leaders who look after/organise fundraisers, organising college masses, looking after and hearing from the student representative captains (SRC), organising events for the college, voicing any concerns to improve for future developments of the college just to scratch the surface!

Since early on in my schooling, I had always liked the idea of taking up a leadership role and thought that it would be a good way to leave a legacy that will stay around after my time at the college is done.

I have a strong passion for connecting with other students and building a culture where they feel safe, and feel included. A goal is starting a group where young males can have a safe place where they can talk about their mental health, ask questions about growing up in todays day and age, learn about the dangers of the internet and just see where it goes from there!

Brooke Elwell — Year 12 vice-captain

My position within my school is vice-captain and it involves a range of responsibilities. I assist with helping teachers, pushing out initiatives within the school, organising and participating in masses, helping run school events, assisting in running meetings for younger school leaders as well as doing any other jobs that I am asked to help out with.

I decided to pursue this position because ever since being in Year 7 I would watch the older students be a part of the leadership group and help out the school, so I decided pretty early on that was something that I wanted to do to support and give back to the school. While starting the process of going for this position, I was initially worried about my ability to fit leadership in while being in my HSC but I knew that it was important to me to make time for leadership and give back to the school for what it has given me.

My main goal this year is to do the best that I can in my HSC while keeping my life balanced with school, leadership, work and home life. I also want to make sure that I leave the school knowing that I gave everything that I could to the leadership team and hope that as a leadership team, we will leave knowing that the leadership within the school is in a good place.

Cooper Sweeney — Year 12 vice-captain

My position consists in helping out the student body, being a voice for many students within the college and helping out wherever I can; this usually entails my experience in entertainment, where I help plan some of the logistics for our events, assemblies and masses over the school year.

Bridget touched on the election process, but over a day, we did leadership training with some of the senior leaders of our school, who provided insight into leadership; we made speeches, and the rest was history; we found out a couple of weeks later and was super happy with the results, and then we started off as a team

My skill set can be optimised as a leader. I’m well-driven and like helping other people. I think I can put forward our school values in a positive light to our school community and into our external communities.

I love music and entertainment; I aim to have a career in that industry by the end of the year. I also love all my subjects, so I’m hoping that I can do quite well in my HSC in October and then find my way after year 12

JobJump Careers News Bulletin 1 June 2023

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Attention Maths Graduates! Trainee – Finance Graduate

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Universal Mortgage Experts, located in Toukley, are growing their team and looking for a Trainee - Finance Graduate. This is a fantastic career opportunity for a graduate student, with mentorship…

Job Jump February 22, 2024

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Job Jump February 15 2024

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Elevate – Career Opportunity for College Alumni

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Did Elevate’s study skill seminars help you to ace your HSC this year?  Would you like to help next year’s Year 12 students?   Join the Elevate team as a presenter…

Job Jump November 30, 2023

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Job Jump. November 23, 2023

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Raw Challenge Doyalson

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RAW CHALLENGE

• Elite Wave: 8:00am

• Adult Social Waves: every 15 minutes from: 8:05am to 10:45am (ages 10+)

 The 10:45am Adult wave is a shortened course (approx. 5km) – same obstacles with less running

• Youth Waves: 12:00pm, 12:15pm and 12:30pm (5-12 year olds)

There is NOTHING quite like the feeling of conquering Raw Challenge!

Whether it’s your first time or your tenth time, the 60+ obstacles will leave you with a lifetime of memories. Spread across 20 hectares, there’s mud pits, rope climbs, water slides and more!

If you like pushing your boundaries, if you love the feeling of conquering a challenge, if you just simply enjoy fun, then the October Raw Challenge is where you need to be.

Bring your friends, bring your family, and tackle the approx. 7km course… And it’s not over when you’re finished the course… have a quick shower and enjoy what else is on offer. There’s delicious food, refreshing beverages from Sydney Brewery and the latest tunes by DJ Magoo.

If you’ve got little ones in your family, round them up and conquer the 2.5km long Youth course together. Our young challengers will be jumping, climbing, balancing, and crawling their way through approx. 20 awesome obstacles! Youth course participants must be accompanied through the course with an adult supervisor who can supervise up to 4 youths. A supervising adult must also purchase a youth supervisor’s ticket.

*Children aged 10 and 11 can participate in adult races, depending on their ability and at the discretion of their parents. All 10 and 11 year olds that wish to participate in an adult wave must purchase an adult full price ticket.

With the most EPIC obstacle course in Australia, make sure you don’t miss Raw Challenge Doyalson on Saturday the 14th of October 2023!

Wee Jasper Outdoor Learning Experience 2023

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Outdoor Learning Experience

The Wee Jasper Outdoor Learning Experience offers a unique adventure opportunity; an ‘ABC’ combination of Abseiling, Bushwalking / Biking and Caving will provide memories that will last a lifetime. At the end of a long day, an evening campfire provides the focus for relaxation, stories and conversation.

Wee Jasper is a small picturesque valley at the foot of the Brindabella Ranges on the backwaters of Burrinjuck Dam. It is located 54km south-west of Yass. The students will be camping at Billy Grace Reserve on the banks of the Goodradigbee River. The Wiradjuri people are the traditional owner’s of the land. The reserve is managed by the Department of Conservation and Land Management. Limestone karst in the valley provides the ideal geological environment for cave formation.

Avondale Scholarship

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JobJump Careers News Bulletin 25 May 2023

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Attention Maths Graduates! Trainee – Finance Graduate

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Universal Mortgage Experts, located in Toukley, are growing their team and looking for a Trainee - Finance Graduate. This is a fantastic career opportunity for a graduate student, with mentorship…

Job Jump February 22, 2024

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Job Jump February 15 2024

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Elevate – Career Opportunity for College Alumni

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Did Elevate’s study skill seminars help you to ace your HSC this year?  Would you like to help next year’s Year 12 students?   Join the Elevate team as a presenter…

Job Jump November 30, 2023

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Job Jump. November 23, 2023

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Keeping Kids in Mind – CatholicCare Program

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CatholicCare will be offering an online parenting program called Keeping Kids in Mind. It will start in Term 2, on Wednesday 3rd May, 2023. This valuable program is suited for separated parents who are experiencing ongoing conflict and is designed to provide some insight from the perspective of their child/ren.

This course is designed to assist parents to see through their children’s eyes the experience of parental separation. You’ll also develop a greater understanding about how to support your children. This course is only offered to parents with children experiencing separation.

Topics include grief and loss after separation, the hidden world of children, rebuilding resilience, bridging the gap and looking back, moving forward. The cost is $150 or $50 concession. Register here. For more information visit the CatholicCare website.