Welcome to 2021 Education Employment Expo (online)

Welcome to 2021 Education Employment Expo (online)

The Education Employment expo is your opportunity to hear from the Department of Education and the New South Wales Education Standards Authority (NESA), and learn more about employment opportunities and recruitment methods. You will also be able to connect with other employers in the education sector and explore future opportunities together.

Live chat

Live chat

On Tuesday 30 March between 10am and 3pm you will have the opportunity to ask questions in a private or group chat with government organisations, employers, and recruiters and make a lasting impression.

Use this opportunity to ask questions that will help you understand a company’s culture and determine if it’s the kind of environment you want to work in. By asking questions, you not only demonstrate your interest in the organisation, but it also helps you to build your professional identity with potential employers. Don’t miss out. Connect now!

3 reasons you should attend the education expo

2021 Education Expo information sessions

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Employers and partners

Interested in participating on one of our future Careers and Employment Expos? Find out more about how you can get showcase your business and connect with our student talent pool.

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Madeleine Bartho, 2020 Graduate, B Teaching (Early Childhood & Primary) (Honours)

Iā€™m very glad that I attended the Careers expo in 2020, it has truly set up a path to guide me for future endeavours. The speakers were engaging and were able to answer all of my questions.ā€

Madeleine Bartho, 2020 Graduate, B Teaching (Early Childhood & Primary) (Honours)
<hr class=invisible>Jessica Brown, <br> 2020 graduate, <br>B Teaching <br> (Science) (Hons)

The Expo was great! Super helpful if you are finishing Uni and need to know what to do to get started as a teacher.ā€

Jessica Brown,
2020 graduate,
B Teaching
(Science) (Hons)

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