An important aspect of the Stars program is our focus on supporting students to complete Year 12 and make a successful transition from school into work or further study.
This term, our Western Australian Transitions team has been super busy delivering the Stars Year 12 Induction Program to fourteen programs across the state.
The Year 12 Induction Program provides an important opportunity for Stars to support Year 12 students as they prepare to enter their final year of high school.
The main objectives are creating a positive culture, fostering work-readiness skills, preparing for employment, and creating individual graduation pathways based on each student’s skills and interests.
At the commencement of each WA induction day, all students were provided with their very own Stars shirt to acknowledge the significant achievement of making it through to Year 12.
Students were also provided with a Year 12 portfolio, which included work-ready documents such as resume templates, mock interview examples and a transitions checklist to help students prepare for life after school.
It wasn’t all serious stuff, though, with our young women enjoying interactive workshops, fun team-building games, a few laughs, and a delicious lunch.
Thank you to Stars Foundation partners, Chevron and Clough Group, for providing online induction presentations to Broome Senior High School and Butler College.
*Please note that the Broome Induction took place in the first week of term, before the mask mandate came into effect in WA, which is why girls in one image are not wearing masks.