WorkVentures has been working with young people, migrants, seniors and Indigenous Australians for over forty years to provide job seeker support and a vast range of opportunities to help ease the transition into a new career. We provide employment pathways programs and access to technology to make it easier than ever for you to find your path.

Keeping up with modern technology

Need Affordable Technology?

The gap for digitally excluded Australians is substantial and growing. Our digital inclusion program provides affordable technology and technical support that addresses your needs, covering everything from connecting your computer to setting up social media pages.
Whether you’re a student, senior, are new in Australia, disadvantaged, or you’re an Indigenous Australian living in a remote area, our initiatives enable you to access affordable technology so you can study, shop, contact your loved ones or find your ideal job faster  than ever.

Looking For An Alternative Employment Pathway?

Not everyone follows a traditional career path. We offer alternative employment pathways for young people, working with them to develop their skills and equipping them with industry-specific knowledge and advice.

KickStart Academy
WorkVentures Traineeships

Ignite Your Potential

Nearly one in five young people in Australia are long term unemployed or under employed*. Our employment pathways programs are skills-based and deliver young people valuable opportunities to gain a traineeship, as well as job seeker support, access to technology and gaining qualifications.
Participants leave the program far more likely to gain employment in graduate IT jobs, or jobs in a range of other fields, or even move on to further education if they desire. In fact, over 70% of our trainees are offered permanent employment after their traineeship placements.

References

* Brotherhood of St Lawrence. (2019). Reality of long-term unemployment bites for Australia’s millennials: report. [online] Available at:
https://www.bsl.org.au/media/media-releases/reality-of-long-term-unemployment-bites-for-australias-millennials-report/
[Accessed 5 Dec. 2019].
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