The Victorian rate of youth unemployment has reached a 15 year high at 13.8 %. Melbourne’s Inner North is a complex region with challenges including high numbers of early school leavers, non completion of Year 12 or equivalent and difficulties reengaging young people back into education and training. More
We build strategic partnerships encouraging an all of community response to support young people in Melbourne’s Inner North to successfully transition from school to further education, training or employment. We deliver a range of partnership initiatives and events in the community each year. More
Efforts by the LLEN and our community are making an impact in the region with data showing a 10.23% increase in Year 12 attainment at Age 19 across the region since 2007. Find out how our program has a high impact creating a local partnership culture which is strongly supported by our local stakeholders. More
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New edition of the School Leavers Guide now available
The School Leavers Guide provides advice on how to get started on the next steps after leaving school. Find information about further education, training options, apprenticeships, traineeships, resume and interview tips and links to local services.
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Launch of Koorie Services Mapping Report for Melbourne Northern region
The ‘Lost in Translation’ Koorie Services Mapping Project was launched by Jeanette Nagorcka at Victoria Aboriginal Community Services Association (VACSAL) on 13th August 2014. The project had a focus on the Northern region of Melbourne and aimed to map Koorie transition programs, collect and analyse the data, consult with key stakeholders and develop recommendations. Find out more
Need support getting your driving practice? The Moreland L2P Learner Driver Mentor Program assists young people under 21 years of age who are in need of support to complete the mandatory 120 hours of driving practice to obtain their Probationary License.
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