Bee’s passion for seeing students discover their dream and take a journey to reach this has been pivotal in her career. She has worked with a wide range of students for over 21 years and has encouraged them to set goals and find the confidence in taking the next step. Bee is excited to work with the QMC students to discover who they are, their dreams, and their path to success. Bee is also a Justice of the Peace and is available to verify documents.
Career planning can be done in school and at home. Career Central is an online platform that is available to students in Year 11-13 to plan their future pathway. You can share this platform with your teachers and parents to manage opportunities, set personal goals and discuss your options.
When selecting your subjects, it is important to keep your options open for future career opportunities. Many tertiary courses have prerequisite subjects and specific entry requirements, make sure you’re aware of these when making subject choices.
There are many opportunities available to QMC graduates. Whether you’re interested in going to University, a Polytechnic or starting an Apprenticeship, it’s best to understand your options so that you can make decisions during school that will prepare you for life after school.
New Zealand Scholarship
In their final year of schooling, students have the option to sit the New Zealand Scholarship assessments.
The New Zealand Scholarship challenges the most able candidates in each subject and recognises excellence with a monetary award. Approximately 3% of candidates nationwide are awarded scholarships.
Both IB and NCEA students are eligible to sit these prestigious exams.