Migrant employment initiatives
This page provides information about the City's commitment to supporting migrant employment through the Kaleidoscope Initiative.
Moving to a new country can be both exciting and challenging, especially when it comes to finding employment.
The Kaleidoscope Initiative assists prospective employees and employers by offering information, resources and business support along with networking and business connection opportunities. The West Australian Government has funded the Kaleidoscope Initiative with the support of the City of Stirling and the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council (TRIEC).
Other benefits of the Kaleidoscope Initiative
The Kaleidoscope Initiative also runs a variety of workshops, networking events and will soon be launching a mentoring program which aims to help highly skilled and professional newcomers (migrants and refugees) improve their employment potential by connecting them with mentors from their industry or occupation.
For more information, please visit the Kaleidoscope Initiative website or contact the team directly via firstname.lastname@example.org.
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. Job shop provides links to employment services, assistance with resumes and confidence-building for job interviews.
Job Shop is available at Mirrabooka Library and Osborne Park Community Centre.
For more information, please phone our booking officer on (08) 9205 7940.