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Curriculum Vitae
Job Interview

Age 0-5
pre school mentoring

Assisting with School and Education

Youth mentoring Program

Recruitment and Mentoring Service


Mentoring our 0-5 year olds

Playgroups allow the community to give their children a range of activities they may not provide at home. It is a great way to allow the children to engage socially with other people and try new things.  It’s the best investment the community can make for the future.

  • Allowing children to develop social skills at their own pace

  • Building a child’s emotional confidence

  • Encouraging physical activity

  • Supporting children’s imagination and creativity

  • Learning through role-play

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Assisting with School and Education

Increasing attendance in school:. Helping in increasing attendance, compliance and enrolment of the students in school

Providing financial assistance or donations for educational purpose. Seeking assistance from different generous individuals for extending their support for educational development of the community.

Taking the responsibility of school and help families in maintaining discipline, decorum and educational standards by supporting homework/assessment tasks and timetables. 

Assisting in reducing stress, providing a minimalist, soothing study area that’s free of distractions. Helping with social and mental awareness.

Helping Hand

Youth Mentoring Program

The Rural Communities Social Services Inc. aims to encourage children and teenagers who succumb to drugs or violence, who drift aimlessly through life without motivation or direction, or requires a little guidance and support to become involved in a program that will have a positive impact on the community and their lives.

A mentoring program is an excellent way to guide the children and teenagers to lead productive, healthy, and safe lives.  By hearing the voice of the youth and families it helps the organisation to match the to activities, and recruitment opportunities.  

The program will include:

  • Interacting with positive adult role model

  • Guiding through learning how to prioritise, budget and deal with adult stressors.

  • Helping skill the person through academic and job skills necessary for self-improvement or greater life options

  • Teaching resume and interview skills

  • Helping with a physical or mental disability or behaviour problems for positive interaction with other people and employers

  • If required, dealing and interacting with employers and reasonable adjustments

  • Assisting with the setup of financial support whilst studying or working.

  • Breaking down barriers and mentoring the youth through their last year of school to obtaining and maintaining employment. 

What’s in the app?

It provides a step-by-step guide for all the important areas of your life, such as:

  • identity

  • relationships, including personal and cyber safety

  • education and employment

  • money

  • legal, including knowing your rights

  • living skills, such as getting a licence

  • housing, including renting a home

  • looking after your health.


It works by helping you to set your own personal goals and milestones, keep track of your progress and celebrate your successes.

The information you enter into the app is stored on your mobile device only and is not provided back to the developers, the government or anyone else.


Some of its features include:

  • My goal list
    Whether it’s learning to cook something new or getting your ID sorted, these are goals that you can work towards with the help of Sortli. The app helps you to work out your goals and achieve them.

  • Budget planner
    The budget planner lets you input your income and work out your expenses to help you stay on top of your money. It helps you to save and make sure your living expenses are manageable.

  • A coloured navigation wheel
    Easy navigation to help you find information on various topics.

  • Get help with what you need
    With a quick tap of your finger, you can find relevant and important services to contact for support.

Attributed to: Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women

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Building Key Relationships with Employers

A clear, well-defined recruitment and selection process can help to ensure that all the necessary elements have been covered and the community is being connected to the right employment.

The South West Millmerran Community Philanthropy will interact and discuss with employers in the region to consider any essential requirements that the successful applicant will need to perform the position.

If further courses or skills are required then the Rural Communities Social Services Inc. will aim at assisting the community member achieve such requirements.


Employment decisions aim to support the achievement of their vision and objectives.  By providing a job analysis, it gives the Rural Communities Social Services Inc. a systematic examination of the purpose, responsibilities and scope of the positions vacant and match it to the community job seekers. 

It is important to know the community member to make sure the organisation has a robust approach that will enable effectively assess the members suitability for the role. 

Want to learn more about the extent of our programs? Get in touch with us today and swing by for a visit!