SCHOOL’S ALMOST OVER, NOW WHAT? - new
$200.00 (GST included)
|| Module is full.
||2/696 Military Road, Mosman
||2 sessions of 5 hours
||Saturday, 19 May 2018
||Saturday, 26 May 2018
||9.00am - 2.00pm
Are you wondering what to do after school?
This 1.5 day workshop is designed for year 11 and 12 students who are looking for creative tools and activities to help with the 'what next' decision.
What you choose to do with the third of your life that you will spend working is one of the greatest creative decisions you will make. It is also a decision that many of us go into blindly, without the compass of self-knowledge or the tools to help us navigate the multitude of choices. Run by career coach Jess Pollard this workshop is a day full of creative activities and discussion bringing together design theory, vocational psychology and labour market research to help you to develop a path forward and the courage to move to action. On completing this workshop you will come away with your own Career Workbook in which you will have identified and started to develop your own:
* Skill sets
* Career mindsets
* Career beliefs
* Decision making strategies
* Action plan for ‘what next’
A4 notebook, pens, pencils, scissors, glue, ruler, your favourite magazine, a smart device (larger than phone recommended but not compulsory).
Week 1 - 9.00am - 2.00pm
Week 2 - 9.00am - 11.00am
This module is currently full or not available. If you would like to be notified if a new seat opens up, please send your email or phone number using the form below.
About the presenter
Jess Pollard is a career development coach, published author and musician. She facilitated career workshops to over 600 Year 11 and 12 students in 2017 and privately coaches emerging artists. Inspired by the high rates of mental and physical injury she witnessed while touring and studying, Jess has spent the past seven years exploring academic research into career development, counselling and artist well-being. She is a current professional member of the Career Development Association of Australia (CDAA), the NSW Career Advisors Association (CAA) and is a coauthor of Mental Spinach, a pocketbook raising money for education charities around the world (www.jessandianpollard.com).
She runs her own business CareerSet and holds a Masters of Education in Career Development and a Graduate Certificate in Social Health and Counselling. Over the past 10 years as a professional singer and songwriter, she has collaborated and toured with bands including The Kooks, Rufus, Makaw, Toucan and Timmy Trumpet.
Jess has won a bronze medal in sailing at the World University Games. She is also known for her hand drawn Christmas cards and love of plant-based nutrition.