We’re proud to announce that we will soon have filled seven newly-created roles through the $500 million Working for Victoria initiative, part of the Victorian Government’s response to the impact of the global pandemic.

Our work with vulnerable young people and children will be further enhanced through this partnership with the Victorian Government and Jobs Victoria. We’ve created jobs for people looking for work that will provide additional support and hope for the future for vulnerable and disadvantaged young people in our community.

These are young people like Jesse. Before doing our Hand Brake Turn course, Jesse was in and out of school and hadn’t been in a while. At Hand Brake Turn he learned basic mechanics, along with career and life skills. He is now focusing on school and wants to get a job working on cars – and he’s on the way to achieving his goals.

Building back better – what a great way to start the year!

Find out more about Working for Victoria and the range of jobs that are available.

We still have a number of Working for Victoria jobs available. Check them out here.

You can make a difference for young people like Jesse. Make a donation today!

Find out more about Hand Brake Turn.

Michelle Crawford and her mum