The Future Self program is proudly supported by the Department of Education and Training.
This initiative aims to enhance and support the learning, transition and aspirational mindset of rural and regional students at the upper primary and secondary school levels. The aim of the program is to build the career aspirations of students by increasing exposure to mentoring, role models and post school pathways. Industry Ambassadors will support students to achieve a greater understanding of employment opportunities and career pathways through school engagement activities such as school presentations, workplace tours, Q&A sessions and supporting a student on work placement.
Mr. Lachlan Crampton
Health & Community Services
Hello, I am Lachlan and I am a Recruitment & HR Officer for Latrobe Community Health Service (LCHS).
I graduated university at the end of 2019 and was lucky enough to apply and get the job I am in at LCHS in early 2020!
Knowing what you want to do and where you want go after school is a daunting thing. I can say that from experience however, one thing that I felt was always important was to be open-minded and put yourself out there to see what you do and don't like. After all, you don't know until you try right?
Working in recruitment, I have first hand experience of how the process works and some key tips to how you can better your resume or make yourself stand out from the crowd. I look forward to helping you in areas that you are not so common with so you can build up your skills and get the experience you need.
When I am not working I enjoy spending time with my mates, playing soccer, volunteering, adventuring and playing around with my camera - I like to be on the go!