on their career adventure
Unique work experience programs for people 25 and under
Boosting young people
that careers don’t follow a linear path, they’re an adventure where one opportunity is a stepping stone to the next. But every adventure has to start somewhere. It’s time for young people to Take Over.
Upcoming Take Overs
- 01 Mar, 4:00 pm – 6:00 pmYO Bendigo, 45 Mundy St, Bendigo VIC 3550, Australia
Brea, Youth Parliament
"I really encourage those who are wanting to gain more experience to become more desirable to employers to give it a go! I learnt so many skills, expanded on my current skill set, have made so many friends and broadened my network and the opportunities from my experience with Youth Take Over are still rolling in."
Annelise, Wine Label Design
"I was able to work with and meet other young people in the area. Collaborating with others and working towards a shared goal made the internship fun and fulfilling... I have more confidence when updating my resume and I know how to tailor my information for specific jobs."
Peter, Wine Label Client
“Great enthusiasm, different exciting ideas with lots of energy. It was great to get some fresh and younger eyes on what we look at everyday, it gave us a completely different perspective.”
Committed to Making a Difference
Youth Take Over Loddon Campaspe is a three-year collaboration funded by Agnico Eagle Community Partnership Program.
Thanks to their support, our programs are helping guide young people on their career journeys, with an emphasis on job outcomes.
Youth Take Over
is an initiative of the North Central LLEN, in partnership with Campaspe Cohuna LLEN, Central Ranges LLEN, and Goldfields LLEN. Our programs take place across the entire Loddon Campapse region.
"We improve education and employment outcomes for young people in the City of Greater Bendigo, Mount Alexander and Central Goldfields shires, prioritising the vulnerable and at-risk."
"We work with local organisations and networks to improve education, training and employment outcomes for young people within the Mitchell, Murrindindi and Macedon Ranges local government areas."