Industry Links

The Industry Links program is a GSLP initiative aimed at building links between schools and industry partners who are wanting future young employees as well as prepared to provide work experience opportunities. GSLP work with the Greater Shepparton Secondary College and in the period between 2016-18,1325 students were involved, including more than 700 in 2018.

Importantly Industry Links is providing young people with the opportunity to understand different career opportunities and to grow aspirations.

 

Industry Links Stories of Change

Industry Links focuses on Transport

– GSLP Story of Change – Our Organisation More than 100 Shepparton Lighthouse Project friends and supporters gathered at a MOVE function room early on Tuesday, December 7, in a sign that networking breakfasts were back on the calendar. After […]

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Primary Industry Links with the CFA

– GSLP Story of Change – Our Organisation Exposing young people in secondary schools to career options has expanded to include several primary school initiatives. Grade 6 students at Mooroopna Primary School have learnt about the CFA and Emergency Services. […]

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Industry Links Addressing Gender Bias

– GSLP Story of Change – Our Organisation All primary students were surveyed at Mooroopna Park Primary School. Their gender survey revealed:   Students see more options for males than females in STEM related occupations    Students have gender biases when it […]

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 PO Box 924, Shepparton VIC 3632

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