Careers and Pathways

Marist-Sion College is committed to preparing our students for life outside of school. The Careers and Pathways team strive to support students to plan, research and make informed decisions regarding their education, training and career.

The College has two key positions with responsibility for supporting students in Careers and Pathways:


Careers and Pathways Coordinator
Mrs Elly Martin
03 5622 6246

Key areas of responsibility include:

  • Provision of careers advice and course information
  • Careers counselling for students
  • Communication of careers information, opportunities and programs to the College community
  • First point of contact for careers enquiries from students, staff, parents/guardians and tertiary institutions.


Applied Learning Leader
Mr Ben Gaze
03 5623 5944 

Key areas of responsibility include:

  • Provision of careers information and support for students who are part of an Applied Learning Program
  • Primary contact for students undertaking Vocational Education and Training and/or Structured Workplace Learning as part of their Applied Learning Program.

Careers and Pathways offer the following services and resources:

Careers and Pathways Assistance: Careers and Pathways Programs
Placement and job opportunities Year 12 VTAC Information Session
Job seeker advice Tertiary Information Service
School programs and information Federation University Experience Days
VET as part of your school program Year 10 Work Experience
One-on-one appointments Year 9 Pathways Excursion and Job Skills Expo
University options and courses Inspiring Young People activities
Regular SIMON & PAM careers notices Morrisby Profile
Subject selection counselling Trade Pathways Programs
Monthly career newsletter STEM Sisters program
Qualification and pathways information Structured Workplace Learning for Applied Learning students
GAP options Access to VET in the VCE
Helpful career resources Range of careers focussed excursions
TAFE options and courses Access to Responsible Service of Alcohol training
Key dates and open days Institution and guest speakers
Tertiary application process, scholarships and accommodation options Reflection and goal-setting with careers-focussed questions included

Helpful Online Resources