Employment Expo November 2018

Sydney Multicultural Community Services held an Employment Expo in collaboration with AMEP TAFE Ultimo. More than 80 students attended at TAFE Ultimo on Thursday, Nov. 1 seeking to learn about requirements and best practices to find a job in Australia. The event began with a presentation by Greg Noyes, Manager at the Department of Jobs and Small Business. He…

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How to access free English classes for new migrants

SMCS believes that English is an integral part of the settlement process in Australia. We provide English Conversation classes which are taught by volunteers. All students must contact the centre in order to enrol. SMCS has limited places available for students wanting to take part in our classes and so in order to accommodate as many students as possible…

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What is the Emergency Relief Program?

Emergency Relief What is the Emergency Relief Program? This is a program which assists people in financial crisis to deal with their immediate situation in a way that maintains the dignity of the individual and encourages self-reliance. Special emphasis is given to financially supporting newly arrived migrants and refugees. Who is eligible? CALD residents in the Botany Bay, Randwick,…

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Free Legal Aid

FREE Family law help at Sydney Multicultural Community Services Talk to a family lawyer about your problems before they become bigger. Legal advice can help you decide what to do.   Our lawyers can help you with: Legal problems with your marriage or relationship Working out who will look after the children after separation Problems seeing your children or…

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