Upper Hutt College Career education and guidance builds on students' knowledge of themselves and their potential for development. It helps students identify their special and distinctive characteristics – their interests, skills, values and personal qualities – and consider them in relation to the lives they have and want to have.
How to Access Careers Advice at Upper Hutt College
Our Careers Team are here to help you navigate your Career development pathway. Make an appointment or call into the Careers Office (upstairs in the Library) any lunch time and we will guide you on your pathway. Priority goes to Year 13's but Year 9-12 students can also organise a time to visit outside class and at lunchtimes.
For an appointment please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call in to E2 or Espresso Blue – the school coffee shop.
Using Careers New Zealand
Careers NZ Advice Line is a free service provided by Careers New Zealand, click here to access their website. They provide a wealth of career advice, information and resources that will be helpful for students as they take their next career step. They can help with:
- choosing school subjects - click here
- finding further study
- connecting education and training to work
- career planning - click here
- CV, cover letter and job hunting tips
You can contact Careers NZ by:
- visiting the Careers NZ website - click here
- phoning 0800 222 733
- chat online through the Careers website
- email: email@example.com
- Free txt 'Career' to 434
The phone and online chat hours are Monday to Friday, 8am - 6pm.