Grand Opening of The Working Wardrobe
NMIT Work Education Centre is having their Grand Opening of The Working Wardrobe on the 7th of October 2014 (10am – Bldg. W, Room W130 NMIT Preston Campus).
The Working Wardrobe is a not-for-profit campus-based clothing store. Money raised is used to outfit disadvantaged students for the workplace.
NorthStar supporting Uniting Care Harrison
Uniting Care Harrison provides emergency material aid to residents living in the Eastern suburbs, predominantly in the City of Knox. They maintain a supply of personal hygiene products, general groceries, canned goods and other non-perishable food to assist people experiencing financial hardship.
NorthStar supports Uniting Care Harrison’s cause and makes food donations regularly. For more information about the organisation and how you can help, follow the link.
Official opening of headspace in Craigieburn
headspace recently opened another office in Craigieburn. headspace is the National Youth Mental Health Foundation. They assist young people who are going through a tough time. Their primary focus is the mental health and wellbeing of all Australians.
For more information on what services they offer, please follow the link.
PEAC Information Evenings (21st and 29th May 2014)
We would like to thank all the schools that attended our information evenings to find out more about the PEAC program. The session was very interactive and we enjoyed chatting with the parents, teachers, carers and students about the program.
For more information about the PEAC program, click here.
Look out for our latest NorthStar Community Newsletter – April 2014
Read up on what’s new at NorthStar, Staff and Employer News, Employment Projections and our Make A Difference MAD Giving Points Update.
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The latest PEAC Community Newsletter – May 2014 issue is OUT NOW!
Catch up on all the latest news about the PEAC Program! This year’s new PEAC clients have been busy trying out various activities in the program. They’ve also been learning about employability skills, being safe in the community, resume writing, work experience, etc.
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