Community Career Hub

Community Career Hub

www.communitycareerhub.com.au

Access FREE helpful career information: www.communitycareerhub.com.au 

Developed by IMVC –  the Community Career Hub is a new innovative learning and career website developed to assist anyone interested in exploring work and study options to further develop their career.

The Hub is a free website that provides a broad range of information to support Victorians in exploring options on their career journey.

From leaving school, to considering and commencing study, returning to work after an extended absence or changing careers!

Information and resources on the Hub assists Victorians to:

  • Prepare for employment
  • Find relevant training and education information
  • Explore occupational, industry and labour market information
  • Discover career interests
  • Clarify skills and values
  • Look at different options and make informed choices
  • Set goals and create a career action plan
  • Access a free A‐Z Resource Bank featuring free resume and career plan templates

This project was made possible by the Adult, Community and Further Education (ACFE) Board through the Capacity and Innovation Fund.

Other key partners involved in the project include Learn Local Organisations:  Keysborough Learning Centre and Springvale Learning Centre, alongside key steering committee members Dandenong Neighbourhood House, Jesuit Community College, and the Centre for Adult Education.

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