Career Development

Career Development at AISHK is provided in the form of career counseling and advice offered to Secondary students as they move through their Secondary years.

The services provided evolve as students mature and get closer to making subject choices that are in line with their future education and career aspirations.

Outline of Career Development Activities 

Year 7 to 9

Year 7 to 9

Assessment of the relevance of each subject across the curriculum and discussions on possible career pathways in the context of the units being taught.

Year 10 to 12

Year 10 to 12

All students attend a Tertiary Expo and a Careers Expo. This will be followed up by discussions with their homeroom teacher.

All students do two weeks of work experience in a field of their choice in Year 10.

Year 10

Year 10

Participation in a work education program that allows students to explore varied careers choices in detail. Work experience includes starting a career portfolio – an eight (8) hour program.

Individual interviews and career profiling when students are helped with their subject selection and possible career choices.

Years 11 and 12

Years 11 and 12

Individual career meetings with our Careers Advisor, aiming to set career goals within the AISHK Pastoral Care Program.

Group meetings on planning for life after graduation including applying for university courses, gap year options and actioning other career choices. 

Year 12

Year 12

Individual meetings to discuss post-school options. Assistance with developing a plan of action. Focused assistance with applications for university courses and other tertiary studies at educational institutions.