Career night of thanks

 

THE Clarence Valley Industry Education Forum is celebrating the contribution of  Clarence Valley employers who play an integral part in the CareerLink Program.  

An event tonight will recognise the critical role that employers play in employing Clarence Valley school students as school based apprentices and trainees.

The CareerLink program enables young people to gain a head start in a career, achieving  accredited vocational qualifications as well as meeting local industry, employer and community needs. CareerLink is one of the key programs managed by the Clarence Valley Industry Education Forum, which is a partnership between Clarence Valley Council, Department of Education and Training Secondary High Schools, McAuley Catholic College, Southern Cross University and North Coast TAFE.

 

The CareerLink Celebration event expects  40 attendees and is being held at the South Grafton High School from 5.30pm.



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