introducing pathway to employment

Introducing Pathway to Employment!

pathway to employment, education today for change tomorrow
Australia is facing a youth employment crisis.

Accelerated by COVID-19, an economic downturn and a lack of graduate opportunities have created uncertainty and anxiety for their future prospects.

With an economic downturn, comes a slowdown of our collective progress towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

How can we harness giving to widen the pathway to employment?

Decent Work & Economic Growth is the goal.
Quality Education is the solution.
Introducing Pathway to Employment đź“•
We’re building our next cause-based community around Sustainable Development Goal 4; Quality Education and 8; Decent Work & Economic Growth.

For the next 6 months, Communiteer, in partnership with Australian Volunteers International, is bringing together university students, corporate volunteers and not-for-profits to collaborate. Express interest today to be one of the first in our community!

We are widening the pathway to employment for students while resourcing the not-for-profits in the education space.
Not-for-Profits will gain free access to a pool of volunteers for skill-based volunteering.
Corporates will raise their staff engagement, promote L&D and knowledge of social issues.
Universities will increase their students’ employability and the quality of their education.
Join our growing campaign community!
Are you a:
For-purpose organisation supporting education or employment causes?
Business looking to engage staff in learning and development opportunities?
University wanting better employment outcomes for their students?

Volunteering is a pathway to finding purpose in a career and community. Only by equipping our youth with the knowledge and ability to tackle the world’s greatest challenges can we see a brighter future.
Express interest!
Watch our explainer video introducing Pathway to Employment!

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1 Comment
  • Teja pandu Pallela

    December 17, 2021at12:12 pm Reply

    I’m a recent graduate in masters of construction and infrastructure management from swinburne, i heard this from a friend that an allotted mentor will guide us in achieving our goals and pointing towards the right direction. Im looking for a role in construction company in management role …..

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