There’s no question that the transition from school to work is a pivotal moment for young Aussies, and as a society, we need to ensure they’re armed with the right tools to make the most informed decisions about their futures.
Established to help young people bridge this gap is CareesEvent.com, a dedicated education and employment exhibition organiser working with high school graduates to discover the best career paths for their goals.
With exponential year-on-year growth, our tertiary events now offer hundreds of exhibitors to tens of thousands of students across Adelaide, Brisbane, Townsville and Sunshine Coast.
Offering everything from advice and options, through to inspirational talks and practical guidance on application processes, our careers expo’s are focussed solely on providing school leavers with the information they need to excel in their tertiary education and beyond. Our exhibitors even bring student representatives along to give our attendees the most accurate insight into what it’s really like to study with a particular institution.
Event Organiser, Jess Mann, is incredibly excited by the growth of the event and the growing number of school-leavers the annual expo has been able to place into tertiary education.
“The 2020 calendar is already having an influx of booking requests from both returning and brand-new exhibitors,” said Jess Mann.
She continued, “We received such positive feedback from our re-branding process in 2019, that all events were booked to capacity. The team at CareersEvent.com is so excited to leap into 2020, gaining its increasing recognition as a leading Education Event in Australia for graduating students and anyone seeking further employment or training.”
Dates for the 2020 Adelaide, Brisbane, Sunshine Coast and Townsville events are now live and there’s certainly a lot to be excited for as we see a new group of fresh-faced school leavers join us to assist in planning their futures.
Click here to find out more about CareersEvent.com and dates for our upcoming education and employment events.