You will need to nominate an organiser as a single point of contact, whether an individual or a representative of a community organisation or the local council.
We work with each school to tailor a program to suit the interests of their student group, so each program is a little different. However, a typical program usually involves:
– Welcome and introduction from community representatives and our Program Coordinator on the ground
– A Q&A forum or Career Spotlight session where a range of different workers and professionals from the community share insights into their role and a typical day in their working lives
– Work experience sessions over several days where students can observe work in more detail. You would typically offer 4-6 choices from areas such as:
– Sightseeing and social activities.
Business skills, innovation
and technical skills needed
A lifeline for rural areas
– hospitality and business
Improve services to rural areas
and enhance health outcomes
Help rural areas with
best practice services