Category: Humans of MTC
As Principal of Warakirri College, Carolyn Blanden oversees both the Fairfield and Blacktown campuses – and is witness to the many daily challenges and joyful moments that make up student life at the school.
The majority of my career has … Continued
There’s nothing that sets your emotions on a rollercoaster ride quite like the job searching process. Maintaining your mental health during this stressful period can be tough but is achievable – read on for our expert advice to help you … Continued
Thinking of enrolling in a course? The experience of studying as a mature age student is a world away from being a teenager in high school or young adult at uni.
For many mature students it means trying to juggle … Continued
As a mentor in MTC’s New Enterprise Incentive Scheme (NEIS), Jonathan Wang (pictured below) spends his days giving personalised small business advice to aspiring entrepreneurs. Here he shares some valuable insights…
I’ve had the privilege of mentoring more than 400 … Continued
Practising self-awareness is an important life skill that everyone can benefit from. Being aware will help you achieve your study, career and life goals, and lead to a life of success and happiness. By Elias Zoghbi.
I’m Elias, and I’ve … Continued
At the launch event for MTC’s Reconciliation Action Plan, Warakirri College student Shontelle Willis-Hayek gave a moving speech about her journey to connect with her Aboriginal heritage. The speech is reprinted here with her kind permission.
Today I would like … Continued
Finding a great job is almost impossible when you don’t know what you want to do! The Opportunity Hub program supports students of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent as they leave high school and embark on their future. To … Continued