Capital Bluestone is committed to creating a community at Woolooware Bay and as corporate citizens, we are responsible for delivering genuine community benefit. In 2016, we held the second annual Careers Fair at The Cronulla Sharks Leagues Club where over 600 local students attended. This year held a more diverse and exciting range of industries from last year as well as more interactive activities for the students.
- Allow students to talk to real people in the industry across a broad range of careers.
- Give students access to various secondary education institutions to discuss options and opportunities in each industry.
I’m deciding between three different paths so it’s given me more of an insight into what each career is going to be like and what one I might excel at. We have to choose our electives in the coming weeks for next year and today helped show us what subjects are really going to help us.Cronulla High student Ellie Esquilant
'This has been a wonderful initiative by both Capital Bluestone and the Cronulla Sutherland Sharks. Having people from Universities, TAFE and other educational institutes right on our doorstep is an enormous resource for our students. I know in speaking with some of our Year 10 students they found it very beneficial to ask questions and receive advice from the experts. They said they felt more confident in making their subject choices for Years 11 and 12 as a result.Tony Ibrahim, Principal of Cronulla High School
Our involvement in the Careers Fair
Capital Bluestone and The Cronulla Sharks collaborated on this event to bring together consultants, universities and a range of industries to talk and provide insight to students in year 10.
The importance of local students
Providing knowledge and education to the future generations is very important to the local community and Capital Bluestone values and knows the importance of these initiatives. Capital Bluestone will continue to support and help grow the local community down at the Woolooware Bay development.