People who are enterprising, committed and culturally aware.
People whose unique backgrounds, views and experiences spark new ideas, inspire creative problem solving, and inject out-of-the-box thinking into the workplace.
People as diverse as each company’s customers, who offer valuable insights into the consumer behaviours that will drive market growth.
Corporate Diversity Partnerships bring this to life.
If your organisation is interested in finding out how to develop your own program, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (03) 9421 7600.
Jesuit Social Services is pleased to be partnering with John Holland, one of Australia’s leading engineering, contracting and service providers to the infrastructure, energy, resources and transport sectors, to deliver the John Holland Pathway Program. This program provides a supported employment and training experience for people who are marginalised, or at risk of marginalisation from their field of qualification. This program has offered 20 opportunities in Melbourne.
Jesuit Social Services has joined with the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) on delivery of their ‘Opening Doors’ initiative – offering twelve months paid, supported employment experience to people from refugee and humanitarian backgrounds in both Melbourne and Sydney.
Jesuit Social Services is pleased to be partnering with Yarra Valley Water, Melbourne’s largest retail water utility. The Yarra Valley Water Career Connect Program provides a six-month paid, supported employment and training experience for people who are marginalised, or at risk of marginalisation from their field of qualification. The Program is a Yarra Valley Water diversity and inclusion initiative delivered in partnership with Jesuit Social Services.
The highly successful African-Australian Inclusion Program (AAIP) is a joint initiative of Jesuit Social Services and National Australia Bank delivered in Victoria and New South Wales. The AAIP is a dynamic and highly professional program for qualified African-Australians and provides six months paid, supported work experience at National Australia Bank (NAB) and a pathway to ongoing employment in the Australian business sector.
We are really proud of our achievements. Of the 382 Participants that have taken part in the AAIP since 2009, 85% of the most recent cohort across both Melbourne and Sydney were employed at NAB or in their field at the end of the program.
For more information about the African Australian Inclusion Program, please click here
Applications are now open for the African Australian Inclusion Program. Please click here for advertised positions.
If you would like to register your interest in our Corporate Diversity Partnerships so that we can keep you informed about future opportunities, please click here to enter your details.