Last Saturday we trained six new volunteer Job Mentors who are going to be joining our Job Mentoring Service. It was a day full of useful discussion and sharing of resources. Thank you to all our guest speakers on the day. We look forward working with our new job mentors to help skilled migrant job seekers find their first meaningful employment opportunity.
Approaching English Language Partners proved fruitful for Dulari Amarasinghe: she’s just secured a terrific job!
Dayhanna Gonzalez discovered the Job Mentoring Service thanks to a friend who signed up for the programme.
“It was amazing to have a job seeker group with whom I could connect and share questions and experiences.”
For Isabel Poblete Echeverria, teaching Spanish in New Zealand enabled her to work and stay within her comfort zone, but in her heart, she knew she wanted a role that would challenge her.