Teens can look to the future at the Ballarat Careers Expo

FUTURE: Ballarat Grammar students Will Tickner, Lily Bond, Harrison Mulcahy and Abby Burrows consider a high-flying future involving drones and technology.

FUTURE: Ballarat Grammar students Will Tickner, Lily Bond, Harrison Mulcahy and Abby Burrows consider a high-flying future involving drones and technology.

No one knows what the future holds, but the Ballarat Career Expo gives students a chance to explore what they want their future to look like.

With more than 170 career options from actuaries to zoo-keepers, the expo is open to all students from Ballarat and anyone considering a career change.

“The expo has a huge range of representatives on the night from business sectors, universities, TAFEs, private providers, industry groups and the workforce,” said Ballarat Grammar careers head Karin Miller.

Wendouree Rotarian John Taylor, who has been involved since the expo began 22 years ago, said it was a fantastic opportunity for students and anyone interested in a career change.

The Ballarat Careers Expo will be held at Ballarat Grammar School from 6.30pm on Monday.