Entries by Michelle Mizzen

Beacon says community involvement vital to creating a job ready generation in our schools

Beacon Foundation is working with young people, schools, businesses and communities right across the State to create a job-ready generation of young Tasmanians. Beacon CEO Scott Harris said the school attendance figures in today’s Mercury were disappointing but not unexpected. “We know the last 15 months have been hard on everyone, but they’ve been particularly hard on […]

Keeping kids safe and well – your voices

Keeping kids safe and well – your voices is a national consultation project conducted by the Australian Human Rights Commission. It seeks the views and ideas of children, young people and families with lived experience of disadvantage and vulnerability on how to keep children safe and healthy in their homes and in their communities. Their […]

Our children can have a rewarding career, right here

A new partnership with the Beacon Foundation will provide foundational career skills training for regional high school students, including one group who toured the Trevallyn Power Station today and got to speak with career mentors. This $60,000 partnership over three years will fund workshops and events that give regional students an understanding of what it […]