Multicultural.jpgThe Kaleidoscope Initiative aims to harness the economic benefits of migration by enabling newcomers to obtain employment in their field of expertise and supporting employers to reap the rewards of a diverse workforce.


Migrant Success - Job seeker workshops

The City of Stirling is excited to host a series of upcoming workshops aimed at newcomers. Workshops will provide participants with practical tips and hints that will aid in their search for employment and give insight in to the Australian workplace culture.

View details below and visit the Eventbrite site for information and content of each individual workshop. Light refreshments provided.

Register via the booking links below.  Further enquiries can be directed to kaleidoscope@stirling.wa.gov.au or 9205 8555


Workshop topic

Date 

Time

Venue

Register

Understanding Australian workplace cultureMonday 23 October 20175.45pm - 7.45pmMirrabooka Community Hub, 21 Sudbury Place MirrabookaBook here
Refining your job search skillsMonday 30 October 20175.45pm - 7.45pmMirrabooka Community Hub, 21 Sudbury Place MirrabookaBook here
Job interview techniquesMonday 6 November 20175.45pm - 7.45pmMirrabooka Community Hub, 21 Sudbury Place MirrabookaBook here

Migrant Success 101 Workshops.pdf


Work with us to build a more inclusive and more prosperous city

The City of Stirling has the highest migration intake in WA, with 15,000 of residents indicating they have lived in Australia for less than 5 years.  

We know that diversity, if it can be harnessed, is a really positive thing for communities and economies. The cultural diversity of our community and our workforce is a significant economic asset and a driver for creativity and innovation. In a rapidly changing world with complex challenges, creativity is a key ingredient for thriving resilient cities.

Is your organisation looking at ways it can enhance diversity and inclusion in the workplace?

Join our network of Employer Partners and benefit from:

  • Tools, information and resources about diversity and inclusion
  • Networking and professional development opportunities
  • Coaching/mentoring/training.

Are you a newcomer or belong to an association that actively supports newcomers in achieving positive employment outcomes?

Join our Professional Networks program and benefit from:

  • Tools, information and resources on job seeking and Australian workplace culture
  • Networking and professional development opportunities
  • Connections to other professional networks and associations.

Are you an immigrant entrepreneur?

Get in touch with us so we can connect you with:

  • Information, resources and business support services
  • Networking opportunities.

Contact us to find out how you can get involved:

Email: kaleidoscope@stirling.wa.gov.au 

Phone:  9205 8555

Address: Mirrabooka Community Hub

                 21 Sudbury Road

                 Mirrabooka WA 6061