MEEA has, over the past 2 years, managed and supported many pre-employment programmes with sponsorship from Woolworths.
MEEA at the Jobs & Skills Expo
Celebrating 2 years with Woolworths
MEEA, along with its Consortium partners GMAD and TrainMe4Work, celebrated the graduation of its latest retail programme and 2 years of successful partnership with Woolworths at the Rob Roy Hotel on 13 September 2012.
Debbie Davidson – Participant Success Story
Our Reconciliation Action Plan
Adelaide Retail Graduation Dinner
MEEA’s 3rd group from the ‘Tita Yangadlitya Retail for the Future 250′ pre-employment programme graduated on 21st June 2012. The dinner was held at the Adelaide Royal Coach and a wonderful night was enjoyed by all.
Mildura Retail Graduation Dinner
25 Indigenous participants graduated in front of 80 friends, family, Woolworths Senior Managers and Store Managers, Job Service Australia representatives and partners from the Woolworths Mildura Indigenous Pre-employment Programme.
Generation One Studies
Generation One have recently commissioned Case Studies of Success. The case studies observe the actions being taken by these six employers in supporting Indigenous Australians seeking employment and their transition into work.
Farewell Chris Fraser
Chris Fraser has retired from the Minerals Council and the MEEA Board. We thank him for all of his hard work and wish him all the best.
Retail Lunch: March 2012
Our second round of Retail for the Future Participants enjoyed a shared lunch with future employees and sponsors!
Paul Simons Award Nomination
Sharon Sleep, one of our apprentice butchers was nominated for the Woolworths Paul Simons award. Well done Sharon!
Participant Success Stories
From increases of hours to customer service awards, MEEA Participants are achieving great results in the workplace. Find out their success.
MEEA and GMAD at Tauondi College Day
MEEA and GMAD attended the open day to spread the news about upcoming programmes. Thank you to Tauondi College!.
MEEA Sponsors Nunga Touch!
Members of the MEEA team spent the day at Henley Beach Highschool for the 2011 touch football carnival sponsored by Centacare.