Creating a more inclusive society
At Mylestones Employment, we’re passionate about creating a more inclusive society and a more diverse Australian workforce. We can't do it on our own, so we work with many community groups who share our enthusiasm for creating employment opportunities for people with disabilities and barriers to work.
Queensland Mental Health (QMH)
If you live with mental health issues and are finding it difficult to enter the workforce, we can help. Mylestones Employment works closely with Queensland Health to deliver the Queensland Mental Health (QMH) Integrated Employment Initiative for people with a mental illness. This program focuses on helping people with mental health issues to enter the workforce with the support they need.
University Specialist Employment Partnerships (USEP)
If you’ve recently graduated from university - or are about to - and you accessed disability supports from your university, you may be eligible to receive support through the USEP program.
University Specialist Employment Partnerships (USEP) is a pilot, on-campus employment service designed to meet the specific needs of graduating or graduated students with disability seeking employment.
Project Booyah is an inclusive community program aimed at empowering and engaging young people aged 15 to 16 years.
The program works on developing vocational pathways and employable skill-sets, as well as building the confidence and resilience of every participant.
We also work alongside:
- RFQ – Richmond Fellowship QLD
- Stepping Stone Club House
- TAFE QLD
- Down Syndrome Queensland
- Autism Australia
- Griffith University
- James Cook University
- Logan Working Together
- National Disability Coordinators NDCO
Want to partner with Mylestones?
We’re always keen to hear from organisations and groups who share our vision for a more inclusive society and diverse workforce. If you're interested in partnering with Mylestones, then please get in touch.