The Beacon Foundation is committed to creating a job-ready generation by giving young Tasmanians a taste of the job opportunities available to them once they finish school.
This year, students from Cosgrove High School have jumped in boots and all to learn what it takes to work at Blundstone.
Beacon is working with some of Tasmania’s fastest growing industries to inspire students and create a job-ready generation of Tasmanians. Beacon CEO, Scott Harris, said the program aimed to create a win-win situation, where growing businesses able to expand their workforce and young Tasmanians able to get a great job.
The Beacon Foundation is working to create a job-ready generation and today is helping young female students at Bayview Secondary College learn about preparing for job interviews and life in the workforce.
Tasmanian Training Awards shows school-based programs are vital for creating a job-ready generation. The Beacon Foundation is committed to creating a job-ready generation of Tasmanians. Beacon CEO, Scott Harris, said that connecting kids, schools, communities and businesses was having a massive positive impact.
Rio Tinto providing work exposure opportunities for Year 11 students. On Wednesday 25 August eight Year 11 students were fortunate to visit Rio Tinto at Bell Bay for a tour to learn more about the aluminium smelter and the range of career options available.
Year 10 students from Kings Meadows High School attended a Beacon Growth Industry Preparation Program (GrIPP) today to learn about careers in building and construction. The day included a site tour of the UTAS northern transformation at Inveresk, hearing about the diversity of jobs and innovations across the build. Fairbrother Apprentice Program Manager, Matthew Scrimgeour, […]
The Beacon Foundation is working with young people, schools, businesses, and communities right across the State to create a job-ready generation of young Tasmanians.
Today, students from the Latrobe and Deloraine High Schools and staff at BioMar’s fish food plant at Wesley Vale are participating in a day-long immersive session that will inspire students and show BioMar’s staff how to unlock the potential of our next generation.
Registrations are open! Join our next Industry Live, secure your spot today. These events are open to students across Australia with a focus on schools with an ICSEA less than 1000 and students in years 7-12. When: Monday, 30 August Time: 2.00pm to 2.30pm AEDT (plus an optional 15 min Q&A at the end). Topic: Skills Series […]
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 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 […]