Inspiring MCG story motivates Employment Pathways participants

Monday, 29 June, 2020

genU Employment Pathways participants were treated to a fascinating interview recently with Morgan Slocombe – the Safety Operations Officer at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG). Morgan inspired the participants by telling them about his career journey from a humble bartender at the Melton Golf Course, to working his way up the ranks at the MCG.

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Innovative urbX art program opens up new experiences

Friday, 26 June, 2020

The genU Participate team in Bayside have launched a new art program that has an innovative way of engaging clients and encouraging community connection. With the launch of urbX, the Participate team has come up with a range of contemporary art programs that promise a “visual and sensory urban culture adventure”. urbX is not any

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Laquisha makes the most of isolation at home

Thursday, 25 June, 2020

Laquisha has continued to build her employability skills at home, while taking a break from work due to the COVID-19 pandemic. After careful consideration, Laquisha decided it was best to put her job on hold and enjoy some extra time with her mum Sharlene, cat JayJay and her new goldfish at their Adelaide home. genU

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genU Employment Pathways shifts to online services

Wednesday, 24 June, 2020

genU Employment Pathways has been delivering supports over the phone and Zoom during the COVID-19 pandemic with highly engaged results. The team has used the time during COVID-19 restrictions to help participants explore their options and develop a broad range of employability skills. During one online session, Employment Pathways Coordinator Daniel Baker had a fireman

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Sally determined to improve her literary skills

Monday, 22 June, 2020

Geelong’s Sally Pickering has a single-minded goal in 2020 – learning to read and write. The popular Tahara Supported Accommodation resident has always wanted to improve her literary skills, and Sally has been working hard over the past 12 months on realising her goal of reading the newspaper. Sally recently started a Certificate I in

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