Youth Transition Support Program
YTSP promotes education, employment and positive social engagement and participation.
Delivering casework & referral services, along with tailored support programs to refugee and vulnerable CaLD youth, aged 15 – 25, who are living in the Blacktown and Auburn LGAs.
YTSP is funded by the Department of Social Services and led by the Community Migrant Resource Centre (in a consortium with Auburn Diversity Services Inc and SydWest Multicultural Services).
Partnerships for Employment
YTSP supports clients to transition into employment and reduce barriers to employment, through Industry Engagement and cultural competency training
Strong Connections to Education
YTSP supports clients to stay engaged with education, and reduce barriers to clients accessing and completing their tertiary qualifications
Increased Vocational Opportunities
YTSP provides pathways to industry recognised vocational training and work experience, and vocational skills recognition, to help clients achieve sustainable employment outcomes
Sports Engagement for Youth
YTSP provides sporting activities and positive engagement spaces, in order to help to build social connections, overcome isolation and increase participation with other young Australians beyond their own communities. YTSP also provides cultural competency training for mainstream sporting clubs.