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Thanks South West Voice for the great article on Ambarvale High School junior leaders learning how to network at the recent BRAS (Business Relationships at Sunrise) breakfast, held to celebrate... Read More →
BRAS (Business Relationships at Sunrise) a dynamic Macarthur women’s networking group hosted a business breakfast to celebrate International Women’s Day last Wednesday. Since 2005 BRAS has continued its vision to... Read More →
Macarthur Centre for Sustainable Living is a sustainable education centre. They showcase urban and rural sustainability, host school excursions, demonstrate how to farm without chemicals and educate on reuse and recycling. Their message is ‘Fresh is best. Eat and be healthy.’
For over seven years this outstanding local facility has been hosting one to two students every week. These Year 11 and 12 students are studying either Business Services, Tourism or Primary Industries as part of their Higher School Certificate.
The Centre is passionate about education. Helen Byfield-Fleming, Centre Coordinator says “The students are our future and we need to educate them in sustainability. If they take this knowledge into their own businesses or the businesses they work for, this will improve our future. It may be just one thing.” (more…)
MWLP provides a brokerage service that allows some 6,800 HSC students to participate in two weeks of learning in the workplace during Years 11 & 12.
MWLP is a specialist in the provision of career and transition support services, targeting young people and related stakeholders and influencers (including parents, business and industry, educators and training providers and the wider community).
MWLP has over 20 years’ experience in engaging with business and industry across a broad range of industry areas and has extensive employer networks.
“You can make a difference in someone’s life just by mentoring them for one week. It will help you and the student, grow and mature as an individual. We have had some excellent students resulting in us hiring four waitresses, one kitchen hand and multiple apprentices – all from the MWLP program.”
Campbelltown Golf Club – Darren Neate, Head Chef
“It’s a good opportunity to see the calibre of Macarthur’s youth. We get to screen those with potential that will ultimately benefit the company. The students are encouraged to ask lots of questions to assess whether this industry is right for them. It’s a win-win situation.”
Breseight Australia – Mel McNair