Family Works supports children, young people, and their families to be safe, strong and connected. Services include social work, counseling, food banks, emergency response, budgeting advice, parenting support, youth development and community development programs. Employment pathways through Family Works include social work, community development, budget advising, reception work, and administration.
If you'd like to take advantage of any of the opportunities seen below, please contact Family Works Dunedin directly.
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This is swiftly showing youth through a local business, introducing them to the industry and showing them how each organisation operates.
A quick, informal meeting focused on checking in on a young person's career and personal development progress.
A Resumé review to see if the content is accurate, error-free, and that experience and training match what employers are looking for.
This involves upskilling youth to a level consistent with that of the industry standard. May or may not result in a formal qualification.
A formal, career and personal development focused relationship between experienced local workers and youth.
A one-on-one training exercise, structured and conducted in the same manner as a real job interview.
Reversing interviewee and interviewer roles, this gives youth the opportunity to ask questions about a business or industry.
Coming together to discuss how current skills align with a chosen industry and to assess future avenues for training and upskilling.