To assist with starting the 2018 subject selection process, we were very privileged to have a number of old collegians and members of our community present to our Year 10 students, as well as some Year 11 and 12 students, at our Career Mentoring Evening on Wednesday 21 June. The Career Mentors provided valuable insights into a wide range of career paths including allied health, law, medicine, marketing, media and teaching. We thank our guests for their time and the information they provided which will help our students as they prepare for the upcoming subject selection process.
Thanks to the following people for acting as Career Mentors on the night:
Law - Dim Georgiadis, Georgiadis Lawyers, current parent
Medicine – Monika Moy GP, current parent; Annabel Sorby-Adams ('09), medical student
Marketing – Helen Karapandzic, Concordia College; Gemma West, current parent, Planning and Logistics Manager at Treasury Wine Estates
Media – Joel Polkinghorne ('09), Owner and Creative Director, Click Films
Allied Health – Ali Bell, current parent, Physiotherapist; Jayne Hartwig ('96), Nurse/nurse educator
Teaching – Graeme Fenton ('97), Principal, Wynn Vale School; Amelia Mylius-Clark ('09), teacher, Hills Christian Community School
Head of Senior School
A group of Year 11 students recently took up one of many opportunities to make a difference to the wider community by donating blood at the Red Cross Blood Donor Centre in Regent Arcade. These students were first time donors and have now joined Concordia’s Red25 team which is part of a broader Red Cross initiative that works towards ensuring that 25% of Australia’s blood donations are secured. Each donation the students gave can help save up to three lives. So between them, the students saved 12 lives!
If you’re already a donor, why not join Concordia’s Red25 team and help save lives.
Year 11 Pastoral Leader
A group of seven girls attended the University of Adelaide' Young Women in Technology day last Thursday 15 June, participating in a range of engineering challenges and activities that opened their eyes to the constantly changing tech landscape. As part of the experience, the young women saw a Virtual Reality (VR) 3D geological survey, made slime of varying consistencies, learnt about the internet of everything and built simple water filtration systems by following instructions written in varying degrees of English and with varying budgets representing the GDP of countries around the world.
Head of Science