MMVLLEN, in partnership with the Maribyrnong City Council’s Youth Services, will host its 10th annual Try A Trade Event in Term 2, 2019 (date TBA). Try A Trade is a free event and is a fun and interactive way for students to explore the world of trades. We take into account skill shortage areas and a […]
The Transition to Independence (TTI) project took place over four-years; commencing in 2012 and finishing in 2015. The project was focused upon an opportunity to streamline support service delivery to maximise the outcomes achieved for a group of highly marginalised young people of African background. Funding for the project was provided by the Victorian Multicultural […]
The Youth Internships Initiative (YII) is dedicated to creating and providing opportunities for young members of the local community. Allowing young people to gain real on-the-job experience and the ability to develop new transferrable skills that are suitable for many positions available in today’s job market, increasing their chances at gaining paid employment.
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“I loved being a mentor through the MMVLLEN and getting to meet Kon. He’s a talented musician and committed to a career that’s about protecting people and is on his way to become a licensed security guard with long term plans to work for Victoria Police. The mentoring program provided great support and the opportunity to learn about myself. I’d highly recommend it, check out the MMVLLEN if you’re interested.”
– Julia (mentor)