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At school and don’t know what career path you want to follow?
Seeking the job of your dreams but not sure how to get there?
Not liking your current job or the industry you work in?

The best action you can take is to come to the new Frankston Mornington Peninsula Careers and Jobs Expo at Mornington Racecourse next Tuesday.

This is the first time Frankston and the Mornington Peninsula have joined forces to bring the locals the biggest, fully comprehensive careers & jobs expo including:

  •         Hands-on demonstrations
  •        ‘Try a trade’
  •         More than 80 exhibitors
  •        Training, education providers
  •         Industry stalls
  •         Mentoring
  •        Gap year inspirations

Experts from various Careers Departments will advise which jobs will be in demand in the future, match your personality, strengths and likes to a career and speak to graduates about their career journey and what it’s really like to study your choice of courses.

This is a great opportunity to receive quality information, participate in ‘hands on’ activities and find out course information from more than 80 exhibitors including Chisholm, Monash University, Deakin University, Peninsula Health, the Australian Institute of Personal Training, Department of Health and Human Services and many more.

BE SURE YOU HEAD TO THE 

FMP Careers and Jobs Expo
Tuesday, 5 May 2015
9AM – 4PM
Mornington Racecourse
320 Racecourse Road, Mornington
FREE ENTRY

http://www.fmpcareerexpo.com.au/

RPP FM LOCAL RADIO – A MEDIA PARTNER OF THE
FMP CAREERS AND JOBS EXPO

Words Debra Mar

Written by: RPP FM Helper

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