Career Pathway Planning

Have you been thinking about your future?

It’s really tough to make it out in the workforce these days and it’s very competitive. Don’t just wing it and hope for the best.
It’s important that you have a plan for how you’re going to get the necessary training and education to make you highly employable.

The key to making good decisions is having good information.

These are some excellent ways to get good career and study information.


Term 3 Adelaide Zoo Career Awareness Day

Students passionate about wildlife and interested in a career with animals and conservation, can join the next Career Awareness Day to be held on Friday 6th September 2019.


Study Work Grow

From the Careers Hub students can easily access all the Study Work Grow resources, including scholarships, news, events, University information and more. 

School code: MARDEN19



VET VET Subjects - Marden offers a wide range of nationally accredited vocational certificate courses.
Student Services Student Services - Marden Senior College structures, processes and personnel are committed to providing a supportive learning environment for all students.
Enrolment Information - Marden is a specialist senior secondary college and enrols students who are ready for SACE and an adult education environment. For more information about enrolment please check inside.
School Based School-based students - Students based in other schools can enrol into subjects and courses at Marden that are not available to them in their own schools. Accelerate @ Marden Information and application form.
Student SACE Pathways - Students can focus on their strengths and needs in planning their SACE completion pathway. A comprehensive curriculum and flexible structures ensure access to multiple pathways.
Workplace Practices - Athletes, dancers and others committed to elite and high level training programs may enrol in this flexible Year 12 SACE subject. Workplace Practices contributes to a university ATAR.
Student Mentor Program - The Student Mentor Program is a key student support initiative. All Marden students under the age of 21 are allocated a teacher-mentor for the duration of their enrolment.
English Language Courses - A number of recognised and accredited English language courses are available to students for whom English is not their first language.