Specialist Career staff


Mr Stephen Millichamp

Vocational Pathways Co-ordinator & Careers Advisor

E: [email protected]
P: 302 8437 ext 712


Mrs Alison Esler

Gateway Co-ordinator

E: [email protected]
P: 302 8437 ext 712

Career Info

The Careers Room is located in B block. The Careers Office Hours are 8.30am to 2.00pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Wednesday 8.30am – 12.30pm. Please feel free to pop in or email Mr Millichamp for an appointment. [email protected] . Come and discover all the amazing opportunities available to you once you leave school.

The Careers Team at Mount Hutt College includes all of our staff.  Careers education programs are delivered by teaching staff in Years 7-8, Year 9 and Year 10. Our specialist careers staff work closely with Deans and Form Teachers at all levels. Particularly for senior (Years 11-13) students we provide a range of career education events and opportunities which assist students in exploring possibilities for their future.

Through Career Central students can browse, research and store jobs or further study options. Students from Year 9 to 13 are able to set personal, educational and career goals. Career Central allows students to create a CV, explore opportunities, events and resources relating to numerous career pathways.

The Careers Team can offer information, knowledge and guidance on:

  • Subject selection 
  • Apprenticeships
  • Universities 
  • Job Vacancies
  • Polytechnics 
  • Gap Years
  • Private Training Institutions
  • The Defence Force
  • Tasters and STAR courses


Tertiary Dates (including scholarships)
Job Vacancies
Careers Department Facebook Page-  like this page to receive ongoing updates.
Youth Guarantee
CV Template
Career New Zealand-  A wide variety of useful information, tools and resources including quizzes, CV builder and job databases.

  • Career Quest  – find a job suggestion based on YOUR interests.
  • Skill Matcher  - find job suggestions that match YOUR skills.
  • Subject Matcher  – find job suggestions that match the subjects you enjoy.

Fees Free information
Real Me  – you need a Real Me Verified Identity to apply for a student loan/allowance.
JStudyLink  – for student loan and allowance information.
School leaver - information on study, work, training, apprenticeships, money, gap years, careers and more.
Just the Job - showcases 300+ jobs in a range of industries to give you ideas.
Occupational Outlook  – information on labour supply and demand and jobs.
Got a Trade – find out about how to get a trade.
Podnr - search courses at a range of tertiary providers in New Zealand.
Parent Resources  - resources to help you support your young person on their career journey. This includes tips on how to talk to your teen about careers, understanding NCEA and subject selection and understanding tertiary pathways.