Schools look for better way to expose students to career opportunities

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SAWING FOR THE SKY: Tenison Woods College Year 11 and VET construction student Jed Matthews would like to see more opportunities for school students to emerge in the following years which could be made with future changes to the current school work experience system. Picture: MOLLY TAYLOR

THE delivery of work experience for South East students is being transformed through a raft of alternative pathway programs aimed at giving teenagers greater industry exposure and improving career opportunities.

It follows reports students are not given enough industry insight under the current work experience system, which typically involves a week-long stint for Year 10 students at

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