Seeking employment support
New migrants, international students, and other vulnerable groups that comprise our community often find it difficult to navigate the Australian job market. Employment is essential for financial freedom but can mean other things to people as well: a symbol of independence, a way to feel productive, a way to connect with colleagues and increase social capital, or a crucial component in establishing a sense of routine and balance.
A Victoria-based organisation to support jobseekers and connect them with employers
Provides resources to explore career pathways and develop knowledge to help with career decision-making
Phone: (03) 9207 9600
Tailored employment solutions for individuals in Victoria and Tasmania, including people with medical conditions, disabilities, or injuries.
Offering assistance and advice on employment rights through legal services.
Provides case management services for parents preparing for employment.
Eligibility: Must be 16 years old or over, have a youngest child between 9 months & 6 years old, and must have been unemployed for at least 6 months.
Phone Number: 1800 113 233
Email Address: email@example.com
Supporting business startup through crowd funding, business enterprise centers, and business angels
Offers support for unemployed young people and adults.
A service to support women seeking employment, gain career experience, and get job ready.
Offers Victorians aged 15 to 29 a career kick-start with traineeships in the Victorian Governmen
An online resource providing advice for creating mentally healthy workplaces. Eligibility: Located in Australia.
Phone Number: 03 9810 6100
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Offering a range of services for youth, including Centrelink services.