Youth Leadership Program 2019

Sydney Multicultural Community Services (SMCS) held a four-day Youth Leadership Program in partnership with Hon. Matt Thislethwaite, local Federal Member of Parliament. Youth migrants and refugees from Iran, Iraq and Bangladesh attended the program from April 15 to April 18 at SMCS Head Office. The program addressed topics such as leadership qualities and inclusive leadership. Hon. Matt Thislethwaite started…

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Settlement Engagement and Transition Support (SETS) Program

The Settlement Engagement and Transition Support (SETS) Program is funded by the Commonwealth Department of Social Services (DSS). The program provides settlement services to assist refugees and humanitarian entrants during the first five years of arrival in Australia. services The service aims to identify the knowledge, skills and talent of the participants in order to address their settlement needs…

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International Women’s Day 2019 – Inspiring Future Stories

Sydney Multicultural Community Services (SMCS) hosted the event Inspiring Future to celebrate the International Women’s Day 2019. Six local ethnic-women were honoured for their accomplishments and for how they overcame challenges in Australia. Inspiring Future Stories Sitota Keane, Ethiopia Our youngest guest was born in a tiny village in the countryside of Ethiopia, called Kemba. Through life’s circumstances, she…

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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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