Julauna wins Muresk traineeship
Directions work very hard to identify opportunities for the people in our community. So when an exciting opportunity for a Public-Sector Traineeship became available at Muresk Institute in Northam, our Aboriginal Workforce Development Centre (AWDC) was confident they could find suitable candidates.
Julauna Taylor was being assisted by our AWDC to find suitable employment which included advice and help in writing cover letters, updating her resume, and interview preparation.
AWDC also assisted Julauna with the online application for the traineeship with Muresk and assisted her throughout the whole process and all stages of the application.
Julauna was successful in gaining employment and started her traineeship in December 2017.
Since then Julauna has given us fantastic feedback on how starting her traineeship has given her the foundation and skills to be successful in her new career path.
“Directions has helped me a lot to getting a job, (sic) and they’ve acknowledged me that I really wanted a job.” Julauna told AWDC Coordinator Brenda DeAtta.
“I appreciate all they have done for me. I felt as though I’ve got given more than I have asked so thank you to Directions and Brenda DeAtta or I wouldn’t be sitting in a work placement right now.”
Directions are so proud of what she has accomplished already and look forward to catching up with Julauna again as she progresses.