MyCareerMatch is changing lives – our 8 years providing self discovery tools to organisations working with ‘at risk’ and disadvantaged youth, has increased student engagement with learning and school through improving each young person’s self esteem and emotional well-being. Young people need positive reinforcement of the things they’re good at, encouragement to use their strengths and natural talents, self-awareness of who they are and, how they can make a difference. MyCareerMatch reports explain these things so that dis-engaged youth become re-engaged and motivated again about their future.
MyCareerMatch has also published Parent, Teacher and Carer Guides to match each young person’s personality type to improve and encourage communications between child/teen and parent, teacher or counsellor.
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Here are some of the not-for-profit organisations that all use MyCareerMatch to help students build confidence, re-engage with their studies and overcome difficulties in their lives. We admire their work and the difference they are making in their communities.
The Brotherhood of St Laurence is a community organisation that works to prevent and alleviate poverty across Australia. BSL helps students stay involved in education by helping them overcome difficulties at home and at school, helping them identify career goals, assisting them with homework and skills development.
Baptist Care in South Australia is a leading provider of community services with some 700 staff working with a diverse range of people in need from young toddlers to the aged and works with young people helping them to remain engaged at school.
Barrett Adolescent Centre Special School provides an enriching and enjoyable experience for all our pupils, which ensures normality through education and helps to prevent anxiety about school work. Education is part of the overall treatment of the adolescents and the school is an essential component.
Burnett Youth Learning Centre is a registered not-for-profit alternative school that offers a practical, hands-on, supported approach to inspire personal learning. We offer disengaged youth the opportunity to train with support, to be prepared to gain employment and become a contributing member of the community.
Northern Futures Career and Workforce Development Centre (CWDC) offers career planning for job seekers, school students, education facilities and local employers in the Northern Adelaide Metropolitan region.
Mission Australia Youth Social Enterprises helps young people to gain the skills and workplace experience they need to find and keep a job. Mission Australia has several ways of supporting teenagers who are not earning or learning. It offers structured work experience, mentoring and certified training to give them an idea of what employers expect and the skills they need to get a start.
If you would like to discuss how we can help you with your student outreach, engagement and recruitment programs, or simply want to discuss how others are using MyCareerMatch, get in touch with us today.