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Belonging Matters / Rotary
Community Employment Partnership


Belonging Matters has received funding from The Department of Social Services (DSS) for a project called the Community Employment Partnership. The project is different to common job-seeking agencies as it seeks to partner with community partners such as Rotary to find employment opportunities for people with intellectual disabilities and Autism. We have partnered with Rotary, as members of Rotary are often business owners and they know a lot of business people. They are helping us to connect with businesses interested in employing someone with a disability. We are currently working with Rotary clubs of Central Melbourne, Brunswick-Tullamarine, Box Hill Central and Nunawading.     

See how Rotary has utilised its existing networks in finding a job for Mike by watching the video

About Community Employment Partnership.

The Belonging Matters / Rotary Community Employment Partnership is much like the Rotary Employment Partnership in Alberta, Canada, which has found people jobs for the past 20 years.

To find out how it works in Canada, you can watch the Inclusion Alberta  video.

Inclusion Alberta Video:

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