career awareness

Engineer your future

This resource is designed to help students recognise the relevance of a unit (course) of study to their future lives and work. For this reason, it is a really useful inclusion in non-technicist and foundation units.

Music challenge: The volunteer challenge

This resource prompts students to think about volunteering work as experience that is highly valued by recruiters as well as an activity that can develop crucial employability strengths.

Careers panel: How did you get here?

Other resources to compliment this one include ‘Getting what you want in music I‘, ‘Getting inspiration from others‘, ‘Career story: Trying things out‘, ‘Career story: Following your passion‘, ‘Career story: Orchestral life‘, ‘Career story: Finding the sparkle‘ and ‘Career story: Filling in the gaps‘.  

Conceptualising music careers II

Other resources to compliment this one include ‘Conceptualising music careers I‘, ‘Embracing the ‘e’ word (entrepreneurship)‘ and ‘Getting what you want in music I‘.

What does it take to be great?

What does it take to be a great actor, geologist, academic, or chemist? This resource incorporates a brainstorming exercise, some research on ‘discipline role models’, and a self-assessment. It is even more effective if students have completed the ‘Finding Your Mission’ and ‘Plotting Your Preferences’ activities.

Get to know your dream work

This tool challenges students to track work opportunities the course of a semester and to develop a plan to achieve these. Other resources to compliment this one include ‘Finding your mission‘ and ‘The Musician’s Lifestyle Quiz‘.

Get to know your dream work

This resource  challenges students to track work opportunities the course of a semester and to develop a plan to achieve these.

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