Migrant employment initiatives
This page provides information about the City's commitment to supporting migrant employment through the Kaleidoscope Initiative project.
Moving to a new country can be both exciting and challenging, especially when it comes to finding employment.
The Kaleidoscope Initiative project assists prospective employees and employers by offering information, resources and business support along with networking and business connection opportunities. This project has been developed in partnership with Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council (TRIEC) and funded by Office of Multicultural Interests, Government of Western Australia through its ‘Local Projects, Local Jobs’ Program.
Kaleidoscope, in partnership with community and professional organisations, runs a variety of workshops and networking events designed to help skilled newcomer professionals become job-ready.
Kaleidoscope Mentoring Program
Building on the thriving partnerships developed under its Kaleidoscope Initiative Network, Kaleidoscope has now launched its Kaleidoscope Mentoring Program to help highly-skilled newcomer professionals further improve their employment potential by connecting them with mentors from their field/profession/industry. This program has been developed in partnership with the City of Canning & Metropolitan Migrant Resource Centre (MMRC) and funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services.
For more information, please visit the Kaleidoscope Initiative website or contact the team directly via email@example.com.
Employment and volunteering
Job Shop provides free information and support for people seeking employment prospects, in particular people who are newly arrived in Australia (within the past two years) or who are long-term unemployed. Please note priority for appointments will be given to City of Stirling residents. Job shop provides links to employment services, assistance with resumes and confidence-building for job interviews.
Job Shop is available at Osborne Community Hub.
For bookings, please phone the Osborne Library (08) 9205 7900
MercyCare - Workforce Development Centre - The Career Centre
Providing the multicultural community with training and work choices. For more information, call (08) 6298 9888 or visit the website here.
Job Access (Disabilities)
Provides a range of resources for people with disabilities and their employers. For more information, call 1800 464 800 or visit the website here.
Volunteering at the City
Find out how you can get involved with being part of Team Stirling, and how it benefits you, your community and the City’s services. For more information, click here.
Connects you to volunteering opportunities and support, a great way to join your community. For more information, call (08) 9482 4333 or visit the website here.