Employment Pathways for People Seeking Asylum 

The Employment Pathways for People Seeking Asylum prepares people living across Melbourne who are seeking asylum to gain employment.

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The program delivers a free, two-day workshops that covers:

  • how to find work in Australia
  • how to prepare and update a resume
  • interview skills
  • how to plan and apply for training, volunteering and work experience
  • Australian workplace culture

After the workshop, participants get one-on-one support to get a job. 

Who is eligible

Any person seeking asylum who lives in Melbourne.

The program is tailored for those with work rights.

To register your interest or to find out more about the program contact us via mct@bsl.org.au


Contact us

Sara Sinada
Employment Pathways Project Officer
eppsa(at)bsl.org.au
(03) 9422 5657
0490 127 993

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