A Global Workforce hosted a well-attended networking seminar on Wednesday the 9th of May in partnership with Refugee and Migrant Talent and Aus-Professional Bridge, on the topic 'Expand your Networking Capital'.
The seminar gave jobseekers an opportunity to network with professionals across a breadth of sectors, including a panel of industry representatives who offered valuable insights and expertise.
Jobseekers were able to pose questions to panel members on topics relevant to employment, internships and volunteering as well as the state of the current economy and future employment prospects in WA.
A number of government organisations, including North Metropolitan TAFE, Office of Multicultural Interests, Department of Training and Workforce Development, atWork Australia - Career Pathways, Mates in Oz and the City of Stirling's Kaleidoscope Initiative, were also present on the day to work with migrant jobseekers to improve their employment prospects and training.
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