MWLP believes in young people and encourages you to be the best person you can possibly be! Set high expectations of yourself and of those around you – by doing so, you will gain respect from both adults and young people alike.
We believe that young people have original and creative ideas that have the potential to make the world a better place. We encourage you to follow your dreams – and to dare to be different. Find ways to learn and explore opportunities and possibilities now – because this will shape the ideas that you have about your future.
We hope that you will take the time to explore our website. It has news and stories about other successful young people that we hope will inspire and encourage you. We also have information that we think will benefit you, and have plans for young people to further develop our website so that it remains useful and relevant for you. Enjoy!
Do you want some practical tips to help you find work? Are you interested in finding out about your rights in the workplace? Do you want to find out more about things like pay, working conditions and what to do if you want to move on or are let go? If so, then go to http://www.youngpeopleatwork.nsw.gov.au/
Do you need some help with your career planning? Could you use some advice or tips to get you going? Why not talk with your school careers adviser, TAFE counsellor or university careers service? You can also start by having a chat with your family and friends – or even better – go and find out through volunteer work, part-time work or work experience!! Just get started – that is the hardest part – and know that most young people will have multiple jobs and careers, so you shouldn’t feel pressured about where you begin. You might also like to phone us at MWLP on 4625 1863 or check out:
Myfuture – Australia’s career information and exploration service – http://www.myfuture.edu.au/
Cablenet Technologies Group, located in Moorebank, has been established for 27 years. They are managed service providers for the IT industry.
Owners/Directors, Chris and Joyce Ajaka have been passionate and dedicated hosts, offering HSC students valuable work placements, for over 15 years!
Each week students in Year 11 or 12, who are studying either Business Services or Information & Digital Technology, have the opportunity to put the skills they are learning in the classroom to good use in the ‘real’ business world.
Chris Ajaka invests time in the students. He says “Kids are our future. We get to know them and tailor the work to suit. We like to keep them both entertained and challenged. We encourage them to ask questions. Last week we had an outstanding student who rebuilt two computers, formatted them and had them up and running.” (more…)
Talented, articulate, passionate and ambitious describe Rose Cox, who recently won this prestigious award. Rose chose to undertake Hospitality in Year 11 and 12 as part of her Higher... Read More →
MWLP attended the official opening of the state-of-the-art hospitality trade skills centre at Thomas Reddall High School recently. The centre allows students to work towards qualifications in the high demand... Read More →
South West Voice recently published an article on the recent 2017 VET in Schools Forum. With evidence of a major decline in the take-up of apprenticeships and high growth rates... Read 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