Our community is important to us, and we want to help keep you safe and well. With COVID-19 and varying restrictions, our team have decided to remodel this years Careers Expo.
Kalamunda Career Week has a new look!
Kalamunda Career Week is now a week-long calendar of content, and will cover videos, resources and information from a wide range of sources.
The Kalamunda Careers Week will identify and share valuable resources, websites, and information connecting you with institutions and services to help aid you in your journey. Parents we haven't forgotten about you, there will be plenty of resources to
help support you as well.
This week-long calendar will be showcased on Facebook @cityofkalamundayouth Instagram @kalayouthservices and here on the website and will be available for students and community members alike.
Check out the City of Kalamunda's YouTube channel to see staff interviews to hear about some of the jobs you can have in local government!
There are lots of helpful and informative resources online from tertiary institutes of learning, to the Australian Government. With so much content it can be hard to know where to start, so we have compiled many here to help start your journey towards
finding your best match for a career.
This promotion will be shared across both Facebook (@cityofkalamundayouth) and Instagram (@kalayouthservices) but the majority of resources will be found here.
Find out more about upcoming events and workshops at https://www.kalamunda.wa.gov.au/community/community-support/youth/activities-events”
Not sure where to begin with your search for a suitable career? Today’s resources will introduce you to the numerous online resources you can access when starting to look at the big picture of career searching.
Uni isn’t for everyone, but for those looking to travel down this pathway it can be an exciting and nerve-wracking experience. Today will outline some of the institutions you can choose from, offer campus tours, online events to note in the calendar,
and other important information for enrolments.
University isn’t the only option for further education beyond high school... there are a myriad of other experiences and training to get you into your interested field. That is the topic of today’s content.
Careers have been described not as a one-way ladder to your ‘goal’, but as a diagonal movement between jobs that all help shape and change your skills and aspirations. Today we will be sharing opportunities and resources to continue to build
you professional skillset, gain experience, keep a balanced lifestyle and student/parent support.
Once you have found your calling or a job that will help you get there, the next challenge is securing that position. Job interviews, resumes, your personal brand all have an effect on your success. Find out how to improve your employability in today’s
Are you an artist, a fashion designer, talented cook, IT guru, or have another talent or passion? Are you a leader, the ‘idea person’, do you make things happen? Do you have a business idea but are not sure how to get it off the ground?
Participate in the SEED Young Entrepreneurs Program,
a program supported by the City of Kalamunda, Hawaiian, Kalamunda Chamber of Commerce and the Small Business Development Corporation.
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We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Whadjuk Noongar People as the Custodians of this land. We also pay respect to all Aboriginal community Elders, past, present and future who have and continue to reside in the area and have been an integral part of the history of this region.