Murri Pathways – Student Futures is a collaborative project between the Indigenous Education Unit of North Coast region, the Central Queensland North Coast regions of the Department of Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander Partnerships (DATSIP), the Indigenous Schooling Support Unit (ISSU) and the North Coast region of the Department of Education and Training (DET).
This page provides information related to programs, strategies and services that assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people transition from school into employment and further education.
Murri Pathways Student Futures have been working with the Qld Coles Indigenous Employment Coordinator to develop transition pathways and employment opportunities for North Coast Region students. Recruitment is now happening for the Christmas holidays with opportunities for Years 10-12 for casual employment. These positions may lead to more permanent work. There may also be opportunities for Year 10 and 11 students who would like to find casual / weekend work at this store.
If there is a Coles store in the area close to your school please encourage interested students to apply. Year 10-12 Indigenous Students, who are interested in working for Coles and gaining employment in the retail sector, need to lodge expressions of interest as soon as possible at http://colescareers.com.au.
So that these school supported applications can be identified by the Indigenous Employment Coordinator, can you please forward to me the names of those who apply and I will forward this information to the coordinator. Young people that apply need to be enthusiastic about working for this company (there are many opportunities for advancement through this organisation), well presented and open to working on weekends and evenings.
There is a new Coles store opening in Mango Hill in November and recruitment for this store is now open. Scarborough Coles is currently recruiting.
Financial Services Trainee
AFL SportsReady currently have two exciting positions available for a person wanting to pursue a career in the banking and finance industry.The successful applicants will be legally employed by AFL SportsReady, but will work on-site with ANZ Bank and receive an accredited Certificate III Financial Services qualification (on successful completion). For more details see this link.
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This strategy forms part of the Queensland Government’s efforts to encourage equitable participation in training by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Indigenous education workers forums twice a year – term 1 and term 4 across all areas – focus programs/ pathways and playgroups
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