WorkVentures is currently working with the following program partners:
The Cambodian-Australian Welfare Council of NSW INC is a non-profitable organisation, established in 1983 by workers working with Khmer clients. It is a network of Khmer and other workers interested in Khmer issues which meets monthly to liaise, discuss and plan.
The Fairfield Migrant Resource Centre is funded principally by the Department of Immigration and Citizenship to deliver settlement services to newly arrived migrants, humanitarian entrants and refugees to improve access to services, address special settlement needs and help develop skills and confidence. The centre also provides material assistance to residents in Fairfield local government area through the Emergency Relief Program. The Fairfield MRC has been a key partner for the delivery of the first i.settle.with.IT! Train-the-Trainer program.
Strategic Community Assistance to Refugee Families (SCARF) is an independent, not-for-profit, community based and incorporated association established to enhance the resettlement process of permanent resident status refugee entrants in the Illawarra Region of NSW. SCARF's programs are focused on education support for all age groups, basic training for the work place, settlement support as well as providing mentors for micro-enterprise initiatives.
The Sudanese Australian Integrated Learning (SAIL) Program Inc. is a volunteer, non-profit, secular organisation that provides free English support and community services to the Sudanese refugee community in Melbourne, Sydney & Perth, Australia.
WorkVentures has been working with Dr Linda Leung from the University of Technology Sydney who was recently highly commended for her work with the program in generating new knowledge about the importance of technology in refugees forced migration and resettlement experiences, which is now informing settlement programs for refugee communities. WorkVentures was also highly commended as a community partner of Dr Leung - read more here.