Brotherhood Youth Employment Project

About this service

"Provides industry - school - community forums, industry taster programs and customised training and work placement, with access to a wide range of trades. Employability skills and careers identification program with work experience and apprenticeship/traineeship employment prospects at completion

Our work with young people began with the efforts of Father Gerard Tucker, the Brotherhood’s founder, who worked to find accommodation for unemployed young men in the 1930s, so they could gain work and build better lives.

We continue to work for an Australia where all young people can stay engaged in learning, achieve their educational goals, find meaningful employment and live a fulfilling life, whether they’re from a refugee family, from a household struggling with poverty, or facing other difficulties."

All information was obtained from http://www.bsl.org.au/about-the-brotherhood/contact-us/

    • Service name

      Brotherhood Youth Employment Project

    • Service address

      67 Brunswick Street Fitzroy Vic. 3065
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    • Phone

      03) 9483 1183 Head office

    • Fax

      Unknown

    • Twitter

      Yes

    • Urgency levels

      Direct Help, Some Help, Just Curious

    • Service area

      The whole of Victoria

    • Service hours

      Monday - Friday 9:00am-5:00pm

    • Age group

      12 - 25 years

    • Interpreters

      Unknown

    • Service type

      INDIVIDUAL

    • Costs

      Free

    • Public transport information

      Bus or Train depending on where service is delivered

    • Service for

      Youth, Employment

    • Languages (other than English)

      unknown

    • Disability access

      Unknown

    • Drop in service

      No

    • Outreach

      No

    • Outpost

      Yes

More information for service professionals

    • Participation length

      Variable

    • Participation type

      In person

    • Secondary consult

      N/A

    • Staff profile

      N/A

    • Specific exclusions

      None

    • Funding limit?

      Variable

    • Who can refer

      â– services providing support for school students, support for school leavers and support for parents â– research and policy development in areas such as community-based education, training, employment and youth support services.

    • Referral mode

      By email , phone, drop in

    • Point of intake

      by head office

    • Emergency referral and intake process

      No

    • E-Referral option

      N/A