Working part-time for Custom Care Nursing to provide care for people who need assistance in their homes is the ideal job for nursing student Olivia Bryce.
Supporting people with intellectual impairments to live the life they desire is meaningful work for humanities student Markus McCraith.
Alex looks forward to going to work every day and coming home to his wife and two young daughters energised, relaxed and fulfilled.
Lucia left a job in hospitality to take care of people in a different and more rewarding context – working in a residential aged care facility.
After leaving a high-pressure sales job, Alex discovered a new life as a mental health and addiction support worker. He’s now supporting Chris to lead an independent life.
Support worker Brett works closely with Will, who suffered a significant stroke in 2016. With Brett’s help, Will can keep in touch with his community and his passions.
Adrian and Dom are taking big steps toward self-reliance by flatting together. Support workers Luke and Markus are helping them live as independently as possible.
For Mika Daniel, helping disadvantaged youth open to their potential is a passion and part of who he is as a Pacific Islander.
Many employers will support on-the-job training where you’ll have the opportunity to earn as you learn, get practical skills and work towards achieving a nationally recognised qualification without taking on a student loan.
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