Insiders share their experiences

As they begin to think about possible careers to pursue, Year 10 students were privileged to hear inside stories from university students as well as a number of IGS parents about their own careers and industries earlier this week.

IGS thanks psychiatrist Tanya Dus for discussing how to become a medical practitioner, Chris Heeney about his career as a stockbroker, designer Fiona Sinclair for sharing her knowledge of the fashion and clothing industry and Director of Nursing and Midwifery Claire Harris.

We also thank technology sector CEO Andrew Dowling, academic and historian UNSW Head of the School of Humanities and Languages Andrew Bettie, media consultant Darren Patterson, and author and journalist Ian McPhedran for sharing their knowledge and experiences. 

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Year 10 students also heard from University of Technology Sydney (UTS) student ambassadors who shared their views on courses of study, degree structures including majors and minors, career prospects and exchange opportunities as well as campus life.

Our students enjoyed hearing from all the visitors first hand, and we thank them for sharing their time and expertise at IGS.