IN an increasingly competitive world of work, it can be increasingly difficult for our young people to have a chance to shine. To help them, the Jewish Children’s Aid Society (JCAS) has started a new mentoring program.
Editorial intern Demi Kapul is one of the many interns who are excited to gain valuable work experience. She said JCAS ‘latest initiative – Posh Opp Re-worked – gives a few lucky students the opportunity to gain industry experience recycling old clothes for sale in the Posh Opp Shoppe as creations. unique.
This initiative was a dream come true for organizer and social media intern Alex Szuster, who explained, âI’ve always wanted to join the fashion world and have my own business. So Posh Opp Re-worked became my little baby project and gave me the chance to develop these skills.
âNow that we have three interns and four mentors, it’s the start of something amazing. “
The team is looking to hire a mentor and merchandising intern soon. Melody Curtis, Board Member, said: âWe are delighted to be a part of this new initiative which will provide a great work experience program as well as a social enterprise. “
For more information on JCAS, visit jcas.org.au/about-us
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