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Samaritan College Careers

Our aim is to provide you with all the latest information that will help you make decisions about your future career and your life beyond school.

You can use this site to locate University, TAFE and any other type of course across Australia, get information about the SACE, search for job vacancies and much more. Feel free to drop into the Careers Office if you have any questions.

Engineering Cadetship

Metric Consulting Engineers have a structural designer cadetship available in their Whyalla office for a Year 11 or 12 student.  The cadetship is 24 months, with a combination of in-house training alongside a Diploma of Engineering Technical through TAFE.  All costs are covered.  This is a great opportunity, which they really want to offer to someone local.
For more information, or to apply, contact Jim Watson on 0400 215 447 or



Lincoln College Presentation

Dr. Paul Tosch from Lincoln College will address Year 12 students on Thursday June 10 about the college's residential housing, academic support services, extra-curricular programs and scholarships.  Students looking to study in Adelaide next year are encouraged to attend.  Join Paul in the Lecture Theatres in lesson 4.

Aquinas College Presentation

Join Dr Sarah Muller from Aquinas College to learn what to look for in a university degree.  Most degrees cover the same topics, so Sarah will help you decide which uni is best for you.  She will also talk briefly about Aquinas' residential services, academic support structures, extracurricular programs and the Samaritan Scholarship.  Wednesday June 23 - Lesson 6.

Year 10 Careers Week

The 2021 Year 10 Careers Week will run from Monday June 21 – Friday June 25 (week 9).  Students will participate in activities and attend workshops/presentations from guest speakers on a range of subjects such as how to gain an apprenticeship, Year 11 subject exploration and career planning.  Students will also have the opportunity to sit an apprenticeship aptitude test or attend a tour of the UniSA campus.  Normal lessons will also run, but with an explicit focus on fostering transferrable skills such as collaboration, problem-solving and communication, which are valued by all employers.  As teachers committed to helping students achieve their employment/career drams, we hope our Year 10s will engage with, and hence benefit from, these learning opportunities.