THE DETAILS

The Careers Department in partnership with the Seven Network are hosting a National Virtual Work Experience (VWE) Competition. 

All you have to do is complete a VWE task on TCD during the competition dates (1 Sep – 10 Dec 2022), submit it for marking and then wait and see how you go! 

There will be 2x winners from every state and there will be prizes! Judges will be from the Seven Network.

Can I complete any task on The Careers Department?

You must complete a Virtual Work Experience task. The choice is up to you and you can complete as many different tasks as you’d like, you’re not limited to only one task.

What is the marking criteria?

You will be marked against three metrics; Uniqueness and strength of Idea (40%), Creativity (30%) and Professionalism (30%).

Who chooses the winner for the competition?

The Seven Network judges will select two winners per state based on the marking criteria. The winners will receive their prizes early 2023.

Can I submit an old task I've completed to enter?

We are only accepting VWE tasks submitted between 1 September and 10 December. If you want to be in the running to win for your state, you will need to complete and upload within this window.

What kind of prizes could I win? 

You will win a weeks work experience at the Seven Network, with dates that you’ll be able to organise yourself. Along with a physical prize, such as Apple Airpods.

How many times can I enter the competition?

As many as you like! The more tasks you complete the better your chances of winning. But remember quality over quantity...

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HOW DO I ENTER

Click on the link below to our Virtual Work Experience page and choose a task to complete. By completing a task  between 1st September -10 December 2022, you automatically enter the competition.

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