Other employment services and supports

There are many federal and state government programs that can help support young people get into a job and stay in the workforce. Many are run through community based organisations, and are probably available in locations close to you.

Federal and state government programs (all links open in a new window)

 

Program

Description

Link

Social Enterprise

 

Social Enterprise Manifesto


Social Traders

Interview Clothing Assistance

 

Fitted for Work (Vic & NSW)


Dress for Success (Vic)


Wear for Success (Vic)


Ready to Work (WA)

Wage Check

Advice on wages and conditions

Fair Work Ombudsmen - Minimum wages

Employment Rights

Employment rights legal centre

Job Watch

Centrelink Services

Contact page for Centrelink youth services

Australian Government Department of Human Services - Contact us

Work for the Dole

Work experience program

Australian Government Department of Employment - Work for the Dole

Employment Services

 

Disability Support Services


jobactive JobSearch


Transition to Work

Personal Helpers and Mentors service (PHaMs)

Support services for young people living with mental illness

Australian Government Department of Social Services

Centre for Multicultural Youth

Services and programs for young people of migrant and refugee backgrounds

Centre for Multicultural Youth

Aboriginal Services

Job notifications and support services for looking for work, studying and training

Jobtome


Australian Government Department of Human Services

LGBTQI Services

List of, and links to, state and national community services and organisations

Star Observer

Business Start up

Crowd funding, business enterprise centre and business angels

StartSomeGood


Business Enterprise Centre (BEC)


Business Angels

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