5 tips to using social media to find a job

When you hear social media, you might immediately think of Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, but social media can refer to any online platform you might use to communicate or network […]

Mandy gets the chance she has been waiting for

When Mandy came to CoAct Service Partner, Settlement Services International, she had been out of work for nine months and felt frustrated by employers who seemed unwilling to give her […]

The grass is greener for Phillip

After being unemployed for 2 years, Phillip had become homeless and his mental health had declined dramatically. He turned to CoAct Service Partner, Interact, for support, and with their help […]

A rewarding journey for Ken

With the help of Brad and the team at IMPACT in Bundaberg, 36 year old Ken* – an Indigenous job seeker – overcame his shyness, completed a conservation and landcare […]

Jacinta’s “incredable” journey

Out of employment since 2015, and struggling with some big personal hurdles, Jacinta wasn’t sure where to turn. With the support of CoAct Service Partner Community Solutions, Jacinta has found […]

Thanks to the Can Van, Tannille realises she CAN

Tannille had been unemployed for over three years when she approached CoAct partner Workways for help. With Tannille’s motivated approach, and a little help from Workways, she soon found her […]

A new chapter for Mohammad

When Mohammad arrived in Australia as an asylum seeker in 2012, he had limited understanding of the English language, and was unsure how to start his new life in Australia. […]

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