The National Careers Institute’s (NCI) Partnership Grants program concluded on 30 June 2023. The program provided funding for organisations such as employers, training providers, schools and community organisations to work collaboratively to improve career outcomes and create education and training pathways for Australians.
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Round 4 projects
On 1 August 2022, the Hon Brendan O’Connor MP, Minister for Skills and Training announced 9 successful round 4 projects of the Partnership Grants program.
The successful organisations delivered projects that improve young people’s access to the information and support services they need to make well-informed decisions on their career pathway.
Information is available about the round 4 projects.
Round 3 projects
Round 3 of the Partnership Grants program awarded funding to 42 projects.
The successful projects delivered services that create greater awareness of career pathways and career information for women, with a focus on women returning to work from a career break, women in non-traditional industries and occupations, or industries where women are under-represented.
Information is available about the round 3 projects.
Round 2 projects
Round 2 of the Partnership Grants program awarded funding to 16 organisations.
The successful projects delivered locally based face-to-face careers guidance and include industry and work experience activities, careers resource development and career mentoring.
Information is available about the round 2 projects.
Round 1 projects
Round 1 of the Partnership Grants program awarded funding to 12 organisations including TAFE, universities, community bodies and tech start-ups.
Funding encouraged the delivery of innovative career advisory products and services for people at all stages of their careers.
Information is available about the round 1 projects.