Jobs night for youth

Are you a recent school leaver looking to start your career?

It might be a good idea to attend the FREE Jobs for Youth Night being held at Bankstown Sports Club on Monday 11 March from 7pm.

There will be hundreds of jobs on offer across a wide range of industries.

You will hear from experts and learn about how apprenticeships and traineeships work. Did you know apprentices and trainees get paid to learn while they earn?

You will also hear about the benefits of undergoing Vocational Education and Training (VET) versus Uni.

You could become Electricians, Child Care Workers, Business Trainees, Chefs, Builders, Landscapers, Plumbers, Heavy Vehicle Mechanics, Travel & Tourism Consultants, Spray Painters, Human Resources Specialists, Horticulturalists, Defence Force workers, Mechanical Engineers, Warehousing Trainees, Hospitality workers and so much more.
Bring copies of your resumes and talk to future employers.

Recent school leavers (and those still at school), parents and carers are all welcome.

MWLP Linking Youth is hosting the night with sponsors My Gateway; one of the regions largest employers of trainees and apprentices.

MWLP’s CEO Dr. David M Williams, AM said “The event is an opportunity for young people to learn directly what’s involved and to see if it’s a career path they would be interested in.”

My Gateway’s Employment Services Manager, Adam Farmer, said “There is a huge shortfall in skilled workers across NSW resulting in strong career and wage prospects for people with the right training and experience. Many students and parents hear about how well tradies are doing but don’t know how to get their foot in the door, so these nights are great to spread the word.”

My Gateway’s Adam Farmer (left) with MWLP’s David Williams

These nights book out early so avoid disappointment and register for FREE.  Click here to register

Hope to see you there.

Media relations contact: Sue Scobie 0438 046 293 or email sue.scobie@mwlp.com.au

About MWLP Linking Youth:
MWLP is a not-for-profit community organisation. Its work focuses on improving education and transition outcomes for all young people; especially in preparing them for the world of work, nurturing aspiration, career management and entrepreneurialism, whilst simultaneously addressing the ongoing needs of business. For more information please visit www.mwlp.com.au

21/2/2019