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- Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) [new window]
The Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) is the professional organisation that represents veterinarians across Australia. This part of the website has information about how to become a veterinarian.
- Biotechnology Online [new window]
This Australian Government website is designed to fit with Australian state and territory Science curriculums, with cross-over into Studies of Society and the Environment.
- Career Opportunities in Veterinary Science [new window]
This page from Murdoch University outlines some rewarding career opportunities for graduates in veterinary science.
- Career Prospects - School of Agriculture and Food Sciences (UQ) [new window]
Food processing is one of the largest manufacturing industries in Australia. This website from the School of Agriculture and Food Sciences, University of Queensland (UQ) discusses career information in agribusiness, agricultural science and food science.
- Careers with CSIRO [new window]
The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) is Australia's national science agency, employing research scientists and other professionals. This website includes job vacancies, postdoctoral fellowships and information about work experience opportunities for students. It also gives advice on application processes, prospects and employment conditions.
- Chemical Education Group (RACI) [new window]
The Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI) provides resources for teachers and students as well as information on education and careers.
- CSIRO Education [new window]
The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) operates a range of science education programs to engage teachers, students and parents with the subject area and promote careers in science, engineering and technology.
- ElectroComms and EnergyUtilities Industry Skills Council (EE-Oz) Training Standards [new window]
EE-Oz serves and works in partnership with Australia's ElectroComms and EnergyUtilities Industry to develop training packages and related training and assesssment resources.
- Engineering Icons [new window]
This website for students and teachers has information on how to become an engineer and the many diverse paths of engineering, as well as snapshots of young Australian engineers and quizzes.
- icademic: Science, Research & Academic Jobs [new window]
This website provides resources about career fields in the sciences, including agronomy, biological sciences and engineering sciences.
- Manufacturing Skills Australia (MSA) [new window]
Manufacturing Skills Australia (MSA) is the national industry skills council for the manufacturing sector in Australia. The MSA website provides information about industry endorsed training packages, a framework for skills development, advice and resources to support training as well as links to career opportunities.
- National Youth Science Forum (NYSF) [new window]
The NYSF is a two-week program for students moving into Year 12 who are thinking about a career in science, engineering and technology.
- NewScientist Jobs Australasia [new window]
Free career website for scientific job seekers listing science and technology employment opportunities, including opportunities in mathematics and information technology (IT).
- Psychology (Graduate Careers Australia) [new window]
This article from Graduate Careers Australia provides information to students about career options and information about the job requirements, graduate salaries and required qualifications for gaining employment in psychology.
- Science (Graduate Careers Australia) [new window]
This article from Graduate Careers Australia defines the nature of scientific study, the characteristics of a good scientist, and suggests reasons for choosing the discipline. The page also includes a link to a downloadable resource on careers for science graduates.
- Scientists in Schools [new window]
This programs allows teachers and students to work with a scientist in a flexible, professional partnership. Open to all Australian schools, scientists from a wide range of disciplines will be available to act as mentors, role models or inspirations for students at all levels.
- Why not Chem Eng? (UK) [new window]
This United Kingdom (UK) website explores international career options for chemical engineers.