Futures Pathways

St Luke's Anglican School works in proud partnership with many universities, TAFE, businesses, organisations, and Government to offer its senior students early access to a broad range of career and tertiary education-starting opportunities. Please visit this page often to see the latest and upcoming events.

Tertiary Education, Qualifications & Certificates

CQUniversity Medical Pathway

CQUniversity, Bundaberg is holding a Regional Medical Pathway Information Session on Monday, 27 March from 4.30 - 6.30 pm and invites any interested Year 11 and 12 students to attend.

Designed for students graduating Year 12, the Bachelor of Medical Science (Pathway to Medicine) provides a provisional entry pathway into The University of Queensland’s regionally based Doctor of Medicine.

At this session, you will:

  • Learn about CQU's Bachelor of Medical Science (Pathway to Medicine) and UQ's Doctor of Medicine.

  • Discover the unique range of opportunities available when studying medicine regionally.
  • Hear from guest speakers who will be sharing their experience of studying and practising in the CQ and Wide Bay regions.
  • Find out everything prospective students need to know about applying, regional adjustment points and what to expect from the course.

Bookings close Friday, 24 March. To find out more or to register your interest, please click here.

Women In Defence

In partnership with Defence Force Recruiting, St Luke's Anglican School is hosting a Women in Defence presentation on Monday 17 April from 1pm to 2pm and invites all Year 11 and Year 12 female students who may be interested in a career with the Australian Defence Force (ADF), to attend.

This will be a great opportunity for students to speak with current serving female ADF members about life in the military, the benefits of working in the ADF and how Defence Force Recruiting can support their journey to a fulfilling career.

The presentation will cover information on:

  • Roles available in the Navy, Army and Air Force
  • Recruitment processes for all entries
  • What to expect from OAT and Career Coach Interviews
  • Fitness requirements
  • Upcoming Defence Work Experience Programs
  • How to apply and/or seek additional information

If you are interested in attending, please contact Mr Kersnovske.

Trade Taster Program

TAFE Queensland is offering a Trade and Service Taster Program starting in Term 2, 2023. This Program offers eligible Year 10 students the opportunity to try out a range of trade and skill areas without the need to commit to a full qualification or apprenticeship. It is the perfect way to discover what industry is right for you.

How it Works:

  • The Trade Taster Programs are delivered between five to nine weeks, depending on the study area.
  • Students will be required to attend one day per week for a full school day.
  • The programs are fully funded by the Queensland Government for eligible Year 10 students.

For more information and details on how to apply, please click here.

UniSC Headstart Program

Headstart challenges motivated Year 11 and 12 students with university-level learning, giving them the opportunity to advance their study skills and gain credit towards a university degree. 

Students can pursue a subject of interest, experience life as a uni student and enhance their academic skills as they blend high school learning with university study.

Why study Headstart?

  • Students will gain credit towards their UniSC degree
  • The first Headstart course is free and additional subjects are only $400
  • Prepare for and get a taste of university
  • Gain QCE points
  • Receive adjustment factors for each course they successfully complete (1 rank per course)
  • Broaden their education
  • Explore a subject they are interested in before committing to a full degree
  • Set themself apart

For more information or to apply, please click here.

Cert II Maritime Operations

Sea School International Trainer, Luke Truant is offering St Luke's students the opportunity to complete a Certificate II in Maritime Operations (Coxswain Grade 1 Near Coastal) at a heavily reduced price in 2023. The course, spaced over two 5-day blocks in 2023 will include:

  • Elements of Shipboard Safety
  • Practical Days Aboard a Vessel on the Water
  • Pool Activities
  • Fire Fighting
  • Multiple Subject Studies, Including Dual Deck & Engineering Certificate
  • Marine Radio Operator Sufficiency
  • AMSA Mandated Practical Assessments

For more information, please click here and be redirected to St Luke's dedicated web page.


Please note that the following employment listings are in no way associated with St Luke's Anglican School. The school is neither hiring, nor interviewing for the jobs listed below, and is acting solely as a noticeboard intermediary for the benefit of St Luke's student awareness only. Please contact the relevant business for all enquiries and applications. St Luke's students are also able to speak to Mr Kane Kersnovske as a first contact.

East Coast Apprenticeships

East Coast Apprenticeships is a proud traditional Group Training Organisation that employs Apprentices and Trainees in all industry areas, working to place them with successful companies where they will learn their selected trade. The East Coast Apprenticeships 2023 intake is currently open and interested parties can apply here.

Additionally, East Coast Apprenticeships' Job Board has various positions advertised, from Trade Apprenticeships to Business Traineeships, including both part time and full time positions. To search the Apprenticeships and Traineeships currently available, please click here.

Careers at Council

Here at Bundaberg Regional Council our vision is bold but simple, to build Australia's best regional community.

To achieve this vision we need people like you!

  • People who are customer focused, respectful and pride themselves on the teams they work with and the projects they work on.
  • People who are conscious of a sustainable approach and innovative in their mindset.
  • People who communicate in an open and respectful manner and show great acts of inclusion to achieve a collective goal.

As the largest employer in the area, Bundaberg Regional Council employs close to 900 people and is an organisation that prides itself on diversity and inclusion. With impressive learning and development offerings, health and wellbeing programs, pay and benefit assistance and reward and recognition programs, we are committed to equipping you with the best possible opportunities.

So if you’re genuinely interested in partnering with us and are passionate about what you do, please check out our amazing career opportunities. We’d love to hear from you!

To find out more about the available careers currently available at Council, please click here.

Apprentice Landscaper

Bundaberg Brewed Drinks are a passionate, family-owned, Australian business, that has been a Bundaberg institution for over 60 years. Currently, they are seeking an Apprentice Landscaper and would ideally like to fill the role with a 2022 Indigenous School Leader.

To find out more information regarding this role, please contact Nicole Gow, HR Business Partner at Bundaberg Brewed Drinks on 07 4154 5496.

Skills & Advice

Student Contributions

Next Step Survey

Year 12 St Luke's students are encouraged to complete this brief, state-wide Next Step Survey of their post-school destination to assist schools to improve their services for senior students and improve students' transition from school to further study and employment. 

Further information about Next Step is available at www.qld.gov.au/nextstep/.

For any queries students are invited to contact the Next Step team by email at nextstep@qed.qld.gov.au or phone (07) 3055 2845.

Thank you for your support of this important study.