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AFL SportsReady’s class of 2014/15 honoured at the G

05-Mar-2015

We Don’t Just Find Jobs, We Launch Careers

As a national, independent not-for-profit employment and education company, AFL SportsReady are passionate about helping young Australians achieve their dream careers. They have supported over 12,000 people to begin their career journey, including 1,300 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, and Saturday 28th February marked the start of AFL SportsReady’s national rollout of graduation ceremonies.  

The achievements of the 221 Victorian trainees were celebrated at a special event at the MCG and a further 232 trainees, including 122 Indigenous, will be graduating across the country over the coming few weeks.

In a night full of highlights, John Paul College trainee, Natasha Dewhirst, was awarded AFL SportsReady’s 2015 Victorian Trainee of the Year and ArtsReady trainee, Ilana Calgaro, was presented with the HostPLUS Rising Star award. 

AFL SportsReady CEO James Montgomery said

Each year we are proud of the cohort of graduating trainees that have worked hard and shown enthusiasm and dedication in their roles. We at AFL SportsReady and ArtsReady aim to set young people up for success not failure.  And no better example of that are the young people who we have graduating this year.”

Supported by the government, ArtsReady was launched in 2013 as a national initiative to give young people a foot in the door in the huge array of roles in the arts and creative sector. AFL SportsReady are now seeing the program’s achievements with Illana one of ArtsReady’s first successful graduates.      

Mr Montgomery also paid tribute to all of the host businesses who have given the trainees the start in their career.

We use our networks of partners to provide job opportunities that young people may not get the chance to access, whether it be with the AFL Industry, our corporate partners, government bodies and now the Arts and creative sector and the hundreds of small businesses we work with across the country.  We help people to join the dots.”

AFL SportsReady works in partnership with over 700 premier sporting clubs and other organisations around the country, including all four major banks, to ensure young trainees who are keen to kick-start their careers can access quality education and job opportunities.

With 20 years’ experience AFL SportsReady can help you find your career pathway.

For more information visit – www.aflsportsready.com.au