In launching the initiative, Centacare CEO Lee-Anne Phillips highlighted the program’s significance and expressed her gratitude to the partners, stakeholders, and supporters who had contributed to its conception.
Richard Nettles started attending Centacare’s SEE Program in October 2021, during which he was able to explore his creative talent through the program’s extracurricular activity day by making artwork and sharing his love for indigenous art with his peers.
Nageena Maskinyar was a student under the Job Ready program, where she undertook the taster program at Centacare Employment and Training.
Centacare Employment and Training proudly unveiled their
newly built library at Gosnells site on 23 November. Centacare Gosnells library is a tremendous addition to
providing free, accessible, educational resources for clients in Centacare’s
Skills for Employment and Education (SEE) program.