Last Wednesday’s Careers Day highlighted the close relationships between Woolgoolga High School and our community. Having 100 presenters converge on our school to engage, give direction and hope, and to build positive relationships with our students is testament to our positive community relationships.
With the resounding success of the 2016 Careers Day involving 100 presenters and 250 students, it is a testament to the focus on the individual and strategic planning that occurs at Woolgoolga High School to provide students with the opportunities for growth and success.
The collaboration between the school and the Woolgoolga and Northern Beaches Chamber of Commerce resulted in the sixth annual event being attended by school student and business and careers presenters from both local and interstate institutions and businesses.
A big thanks goes out to Ray Willing, Alastair Milroy and John Hannaford for their tireless work in bringing this large Careers Day event to fruition. Dedicated High School staff members Megan Hart and Julie-Anne Chivers should also be thanked for their efforts.