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  1. Investing in Indigenous Uni to Work Programs Setting the Scene for Tomorrow

  2. Greater Western Sydney (GWS) region - highest number (26,000) of Indigenous Australians outside of the Northern Territory The unemployment rate for Indigenous Australians in GWS is 2.5 times the unemployment rate than non Indigenous Australian and 58% of Indigenous Australians in GWS are less than 24 years of age Australian Population Census 2006

  3. To improve the employment prospects of UWS Indigenous Australian students/graduates To assist UWS Indigenous Australian students to gain access to meaningful, degree-relevant work experience To engage with the Indigenous Australian community Aims of the Indigenous Uni to Work Program

  4. Student/Graduate Needs and Expectations • Access to leadership and people who care • Work that is stimulating and valued • Clear Instructions • Balanced challenges in work load • Support - both practically and with university • Reward and recognition • Future opportunities in sight and obtainable

  5. Employer Needs and Expectations • Clear guidelines/procedures • Cultural protocol articulation • Sounding board • Commitment & enthusiasm • Support

  6. Stage 1: Preparation • UWS Our People 2015 Strategy • Identifying stakeholders within UWS • Developing policies and procedures • Identifying appropriate partners and opportunities • Developing Position Description

  7. Stage 2: Recruitment & Selection • Targeted Recruitment Campaign • EOI • Applications • Interviews • Training

  8. Stage 3: Placement • Identifying organisation Mentors • Induction • Workplan • Launch

  9. Stage 4:Monitoring • Progress calls • Site visits • Regular contact