The How Work Works Project

The How Work Works Project is a youth led research project designed to explore employment, workforce development, and industry growth in the Alpine, Indigo, Towong, and Wodonga regions.

Facilitated by former Foundation for Young Australians Director Jeanette Pope, the project recruited five young interns. The interns have been trained in research and interview skills and will be consulting with key local employers and young people.

The findings of this youth-led research will be written up as a report and presented by the interns at a government round table in October.

The North East Local Learning and Employment Network’s How Work Works project follows the successful pilot of How Work Works in Central Victoria. A collaboration between North Central LLEN, Central Ranges LLEN, and Campaspe Cohuna LLEN, entitled the Loddon-Campaspe How Work Works Report. Goulburn Murray LLEN (GMLLEN) are currently finalising their report and will be launching their findings very soon

The How Work Works Project Launch

The How Work Works Report was launched by Jeanette Pope and the five interns on October 20 2021 via Zoom.

You can read the report here

The How Work Works Report launch will be followed by 10 industry round table events throughout the Alpine, Indigo, Towong and Wodonga local government areas. These will occur early in 2021 with dates, times, and venues TBC.