IN the first week of term four the year 10 students of Theodore State School have the opportunity to participate in work experience.
This is an annual event for the students of year 10 where it gives them a perspective of what they would like to do as a career.
During the week the students will get to learn what it's like to work long hours, co-operate and work with colleagues and take in new skills and information.
For work experience, students gave a general insight on where they would like to go and were sent to the field of work they had chosen.
This year the students have chosen careers such as mining and engineering (Dawson Mine), journalism ( Central Telegraph), computer and radio work (radio station) and animal care and handling (the zoo).
Work experience was seen as a blast for the students as they enjoyed it thoroughly.
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