Exploring employment pathways for young people in Murrindindi Shire.
As part of the How Work Works internship program, a group of six young interns interviewed 19 local employers and 52 young people from across the Shire, to help them gain a better understanding of the opportunities and challenges our youth face in gaining local employment. They then developed a report, which explores available job opportunities, growing industries in our region, youth employment pathways, and recommendations on how we can increase employment and training opportunities for youth across the Shire.
The How Work Works program was delivered in partnership between Council and the Central Ranges Local Learning and Employment Network (CRLLEN).
You can read the How Work Works report here.
This project was made possible with the support of the Victorian State Government's Engage! program.