Brotherhood of St. Lawrence – for their “Community Safety and Information Service” program
Over the past 4 years this program has employed over 88 trainees on behalf of the department of housing. These trainees are selected from various public housing sites around Melbourne. With many participants, this has been their first employment opportunity.
Trainees are placed back into public housing sites to provide community safety and information support to other tenants within the community.
Program benefits include:
- Greater community engagement
- High level of employment post traineeship for participants
- Improved customer service and crime prevention within the public housing community
Congratulations to the team at Brotherhood of St. Lawrence for their “Community Safety and Information Service” program.