Employment and Training

 Keep reading for more info....   Ucan2 is a partnership between AMES Australia, the Centre for Multicultural Youth (CMY) and Foundation House. It recognises the need to provide additional su... Read More
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For the first time in Australia, ‘The CALD Youth Census Report 2014’ uses the latest Australian Census data to shine a light on key issues for the culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) youth po... Read More
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CMY welcomes public infrastructure investments of up to $27 billion as the centerpiece of the Victorian State Budget.  It is anticipated that this will energise employment and drive economic growth. C... Read More
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With youth unemployment reaching crisis point in Australia, the situation is even more severe for migrant and refugee young people.  This media release highlights some findings from CMY's 'Facilitatin... Read More
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  We train organisations and workers from a range of sectors including government, business, education, health, welfare, justice and sports.   Do you work with young people from multicultural backgrou... Read More
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Humanitarian migrants have the highest unemployment rate of all the migration categories. This is especially crucial, given that a significant proportion of refugees and humanitarian entrants are youn... Read More
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The work of the Post-compulsory Education Working Group of the Victorian Settlement Planning Committee began in February 2007. Our consultations with service providers and agencies over that period id... Read More
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  Training: Cultural Competency and Settlement CMY offers in-depth training packages which explore the essential skills and knowledge required for effective work with young people from migrant and re... Read More