Students and parents welcome at virtual careers expo

The inaugural My Journey Virtual Expo, to be held 22–23 July 2020, welcomes NSW students and parents, free of charge.

03 July 2020

The Educational Pathways Pilot Program (EPPP) expo represents a unique opportunity for students and parents across NSW to engage with over 100 exhibitors.

Representatives of some of Australia’s leading employers will be on hand to answer any questions that students or parents may have, and there will be great exhibits from TAFE and a range of other Registered Training Organisations (RTOs).

The My Journey Virtual Expo will be the largest of its kind this year, and students in Years 10, 11 and 12 are encouraged to attend.

The virtual expo platform, developed in partnership with Careers Link, a not-for-profit organisation providing mentoring and engagement services for young people across the Hunter, delivers on equity, flexibility and interactivity. With the expo running from 12noon–8pm both days, visitors can engage with exhibitors through an online chat function at a time that suits them from anywhere in the state, which is great for students in rural and remote communities.

Visitors will also be able to save useful materials and resources to a virtual ‘backpack,’ which will be emailed to them after the event.

How to register:

The My Journey Virtual Expo 22-23 July 2020 is free for students and parents to attend.

  1. To give students this opportunity, schools need to register for the expo by emailing expo@careerlinks.nsw.edu.au
  2. Once their school is registered, students can visit myjourney.vfairs.com to register for the event.
  • Student engagement and participation
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