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May 07, 2018

Damien stepped outside his comfort zone to find his dream job

Damien came to Job Prospects Blacktown suffering depression and social anxiety. Now he's achieved a dream job he never thought he would, thanks to the dedication of Employment Consultant, Mark.

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Mar 20, 2018

Damien stepped outside his comfort zone to find his dream job

Damien came to Job Prospects Blacktown suffering depression and social anxiety. Now he's achieved a dream job he never thought he would, thanks to the dedication of Employment Consultant, Mark.

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Nov 14, 2017

Riley finds meaningful employment in social care

Despite having a university degree in media and some solid volunteer experience behind him, Riley was finding it extremely difficult to get stable employment.

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Nov 14, 2017

Riley finds meaningful employment in social care

Despite having a university degree in media and some solid volunteer experience behind him, Riley was finding it extremely difficult to get stable employment.

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Oct 20, 2017

Job seekers refurbish caravan to serve Communi-TEA

Earlier this year a group of 26 Work for the Dole participants from the North West Melbourne region refurbished an old Caravan, transforming it into the shape of teapot for Sunbury Community Health. The CommuniTEA caravan (affectionately dubbed VANessa) has been popping up at various community events since its completion, serving a range of delicious teas and biscuits.

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Oct 20, 2017

Job seekers refurbish caravan to serve Communi-TEA

Earlier this year a group of 26 Work for the Dole participants from the North West Melbourne region refurbished an old Caravan, transforming it into the shape of teapot for Sunbury Community Health. The CommuniTEA caravan (affectionately dubbed VANessa) has been popping up at various community events since its completion, serving a range of delicious teas and biscuits.

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Sep 15, 2017

SYC helps Foodland to staff new Mt Barker store

SYC has partnered with Foodland to support the training and employment of over 90 people for the opening of their new Mt Barker store in November this year. Job Prospects recruited suitable candidates for various positions including junior part-time casuals, check-out operators, bakers, butchers and department managers and necessary training has been provided by Training… 

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Sep 15, 2017

SYC helps Foodland to staff new Mt Barker store

SYC has partnered with Foodland to support the training and employment of over 90 people for the opening of their new Mt Barker store in November this year. Job Prospects recruited suitable candidates for various positions including junior part-time casuals, check-out operators, bakers, butchers and department managers and necessary training has been provided by Training… 

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Aug 25, 2017

Sticking Together Project showing promising results for youth employment at halfway point

  SYC’s youth employment program the Sticking Together Project doesn’t just help young people find and stick to work by building their work readiness skills. It also looks at the young person’s wellbeing and finds ways to improve their connectedness, motivation and personal self-worth through the lens of home, health and relationships which can all… 

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Aug 25, 2017

Sticking Together Project showing promising results for youth employment at halfway point

  SYC’s youth employment program the Sticking Together Project doesn’t just help young people find and stick to work by building their work readiness skills. It also looks at the young person’s wellbeing and finds ways to improve their connectedness, motivation and personal self-worth through the lens of home, health and relationships which can all… 

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Jul 14, 2017

54 young people graduate first Australian Get Into program!

The first Australian version of the Prince’s Trust’s Get Into youth employment program wrapped up at the end of last month. We are happy to report that in total, 54 young people graduated from five different programs.

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