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Journey to Work

JOURNEY TO WORK

  • Journey to Work
     

 

 

 

 Presented by:

  Coulter Roache Lawyers

  Coulterroache

  

 Partnered By:

  MatchWorks

 MatchWorks

 

 

Date TBC

 

What is Journey to Work?

Journey to Work is designed to specifically assist young women from disadvantaged backgrounds prepare to enter the workforce. The event involves around 30 young women aged 16 - 25 years of age currently involved in a Job Placement program. The majority of participants are expected to have left school early and have come from a range of socially and educationally disadvantaged backgrounds; posing significant barriers to them seeking and gaining employment. 

The young women receive professional presentation advice, which includes assistance selecting work wear along with hair and makeup treatments. Career guidance, including resume writing and interview skills, are also provided as well as self-esteem workshops.

These workshops include:

  • Advice on interview skills
  • Personal presentation
  • Dressing for work and making a selection of work appropriate clothing
  • Assistance with their hair and makeup.

 

Contributions

Sincere thanks goes to all of the generous individuals and businesses that get behind our job seeker events by providing quality, second hand workwear.

 

Assist us to prepare young people on their 'Journey to Work'!

BacLinks require clothing of a variety of sizes for both men and women, as well as corporate accessories such as shoes, ties and cufflinks for men and shoes, handbags, jewellery and other accessories for women.

BacLinks have a number of projects designed specifically to assist young people who are facing significant barriers to prepare to enter the workforce. Projects include corporate presentation workshops, resume preparation, career guidance and work experience.

If you can help, submit your donation to reception at:

Karingal Head Office, 1 Riverview Terrace, Belmont 3216.

For further information or enquiries, Contact Us via the online form, call BacLinks on 5249 8989 or email baclinksadmin@karingal.org.au

 

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