IMVC provides a diverse suite of youth support services that includes outreach, tailored case management services and re-engagement programs to support the transition of young people into further education, training or employment.
Better Futures (formerly Springboard) provides support to young people in out of home care to reach their goals in transitioning from care. This program supports young people aged between 16 and 21.
Transition to Work
Transition to Work is a service to support young people aged 15-21 on their journey to employment. The service provides intensive, pre-employment support to improve the work-readiness of young people and help them into work (including apprenticeships and traineeships) or education. IMVC is a provider of the Transition to Work contract for the Inner Melbourne and Western Melbourne regions.
Making Alternatives Possible (MAP)
MAP, run in both Western Melbourne and Eastern Melbourne, is a 10-week program designed to engage young people aged 17-19 who are interested in exploring alternate education pathways. The program aims to inspire students to explore what they want to achieve in the future, acquiring essential skills, knowledge, and competencies, in preparation for further education, training or employment.
Our mentor program is designed to support students with access and learning needs. Students will be assisted by their mentors in developing and strengthening their career goals and aspirations.
National Disability Coordination Officer Program (NDCO)
The Australian Government’s NDCO Program works strategically to assist people with disability access post-secondary and participate school in further education and subsequent employment. IMVC continues to successfully deliver the NDCO Program across Inner Melbourne, Northern Metropolitan Melbourne and Eastern Metropolitan Melbourne, working with stakeholders in the regions to reduce systemic barriers, facilitating smooth transitions, builds links and coordinate supports between the education, training and employment sectors.