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Health Careers Information Evening

The Rural Clinical School Tasmania invites Year 10, 11 and 12 students, their parent(s) or caregiver(s), and individuals interested in a career in health, to a Health Careers Information Evening at the University of Tasmania’s Cradle Coast campus. Learn more about opportunities and study pathways available at the University of Tasmania for Medicine, Biomedicine, Paramedicine, …

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Young female professional smiling at the camera

Danielle Seadon

Job: School Health Nurse

Industry/Sector: Allied Health

There’s a lot of pressure on young people to know exactly what they want to be. But I think there are plenty of opportunities to go and experience things, and see what you like. And if you don’t like it, you can always pivot and try something else.

Young female professional smiling

Maddy Polegaj

Job: School Speech Pathologist

Industry/Sector: Allied Health

I love the human brain. Even when I was in Year 6, I used to always watch ‘Big Brother’ because I was fascinated by human behaviour

Female health specialist smiling with young male students

Rebekah Cook

Job: Speech and Language Pathologist

Industry/Sector: Allied Health

The kids are so clever. They just need that little bit of time or practice, and you’re there helping them to get where you knew they could go. You get to play a little part in helping them reach their potential.

Podiatrist Joe Brooks

Joe Brooks

Job: Podiatrist

Industry/Sector: Allied Health

The ability to help someone is such a rewarding and purposeful aspect of a job! They say find something you love, and you’ll never work a day in your life.

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