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Congratulations Ally, Maitland’s 2021 Young Citizen of the Year!

Congratulations to Ally, our MWLFS Business Development Representative, for being awarded the title of Maitland's 2021 Young Citizen of the Year! The announcement was made at Maitland’s Official Australia Day Ceremony on 26 January, recognising her passion for improving the lives of those less fortunate or disadvantaged in our community. As President of the local Business Network International (BNI) Group, Ally leads member business professionals to grow and develop their businesses [...]

Congratulations Ally, Maitland’s 2021 Young Citizen of the Year!2021-01-27T13:31:24+11:00

Dylan’s journey to employment started with Get Started and SLES

Dylan shared his feedback and experience with Mai-Wel LabourForce Solutions (MWLFS) throughout the past three years, from school to employment. “I have been accessing Mai-Wel LabourForce Solutions’ services for three years, ever since I started going to Get Started when I was 17. MWLFS has given me the support I needed to learn new skills, which led me to getting a job. I have achieved a number of my work-related goals [...]

Dylan’s journey to employment started with Get Started and SLES2021-01-28T15:08:50+11:00

Congratulations Ally! Maitland Young Citizen of the Year Nominee

Meet Ally, a member of our Mai-Wel Labourforce Solutions (MWLFS) Business Development (BD) team, who has received a nomination for Maitland Young Citizen of the Year! This award is given to showcase a member of the community under the age of 25 who has contributed to the advancement or wellbeing of Maitland, and at age 24, Ally’s nomination stems from both her personal and professional dedication to our community. As President [...]

Congratulations Ally! Maitland Young Citizen of the Year Nominee2021-01-15T16:10:57+11:00

Jennifer’s confidence has grown with new employment opportunity

Meet Jennifer, another MWLFS success story, who is thrilled to have obtained employment at 63 years of age as a sewing assistant! Jennifer was a job seeker with MWLFS Disability Employment Services (DES) and was initially unsure if she would be able to gain employment. However, her Case Manager helped Jennifer believe that gaining employment was possible and helped prepare her to go for the role of sewing assistant. When Jennifer [...]

Jennifer’s confidence has grown with new employment opportunity2021-01-15T13:55:07+11:00

Cheyenne breaks into the Real Estate industry with help from Transition to Work

Cheyenne commenced MWLFS Transition to Work (TtW) program in 2020 when her employment hours were reduced due to COVID-19. With TtW, Cheyenne met with a Youth Support Mentor, who worked with her to identify  her employment goals. When Cheyenne expressed an interest in working in the Real Estate industry, her Youth Support Mentor liaised with Mai-Wel’s Business Development Team who connected Cheyenne with CSBM Real Estate. CSBM Real [...]

Cheyenne breaks into the Real Estate industry with help from Transition to Work2021-01-12T15:44:09+11:00
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