Volunteering as a Pathway to Employment, Mt Druitt, 4 December

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Certain skills that are developed through volunteering are keenly sought after by employers, such as work ethic, working in a team, and reliability. This workshop will explain how these skills can transfer into paid roles.

Designed for participants looking to join the workforce, this interactive seminar focuses on the benefits of having volunteering experience when looking for a job. Certain skills that are developed through volunteering are keenly sought after by employers, such as work ethic, working in a team and reliability. This workshop will explain how these skills can transfer over into paid roles.

Key learning areas: 

  • What is volunteering, and what different forms does it take?
  • Skills sought after by employers
  • Which type of volunteering roles will help you develop skills for your career?
  • How does volunteering change across different cultures and sectors?

This training is free for all volunteers working or living in the following local government areas; The Blue Mountains, Blacktown, Penrith, Hawkesbury, Parramatta, or Cumberland City Councils.

Register here

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