Business Wodonga

Thursday, September 1st
From 2 PM - 8 PM

The Cube, Wodonga

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Come on Down!

The Wodonga Jobs Expo is a careers, training and skills Expo that will host over 50 organisations and employers.

Industries represented will include training, volunteer, and employment pathway opportunities within Wodonga and surrounding areas. All designed to
support and engage our community.

The Expo is a great chance for attendees to talk to professionals in industries of interest, attend interactive workshops, networking activities, forums and seminars.

There will be tours of manufacturing facilities, food production and more.

  • Jobs Victoria
  • City of Wodonga
  • Latrobe University
  • Wodonga Institute of TAFE
  • NELLEN
  • Ashlin Technology Services
  • Career advice
  • Study advice
  • Employment advice & opportunities
  • Apprenticeship & traineeship advice and opportunities

Exhibitor Categories

Local & State Government Agencies

Health & Aged Care Services

Manufacturing

Food Production

Transport

Retail

Trades

Education Providers

You Choose How to get involved:

This expo is for you and the Wodonga Economic Community!

You Can:

  • Come along to the Expo
  • Attend one of the workshops.
  • Receive support from one of Latrobe, TAFE or Jobs Vic for resume applications, recruitment advice and more.
  • Attend a tour to see more of the various employment options available within our area.  

Additional information & Resources

Jobs Victoria Personalised Support

Looking for work? A Jobs Victoria Advocate can support you with your job search.

Wherever you are on your job search journey, an Advocate can help.

How can an Advocate assist with my job search?

Your local Advocate can:

  • help you find employment support, training and education
  • share information and tips about getting a job
  • support you to apply for jobs on the Jobs Victoria online hub
  • connect you to other services such as housing support or counselling.

Where can I talk to an Advocate?

Advocates are available throughout Melbourne and regional Victoria. You can find your local Advocate in a community space such as a library, neighbourhood house or shopping centre. They are also available on the phone and online.

Ways to find your local Advocate:

  • call the Jobs Victoria Hotline on 1300 208 575
  • register to talk to an Advocate online or over the phone

More information here:  https://jobs.vic.gov.au/help-for-jobseekers/personalised-support/advocates

Need support looking for work? A Jobs Victoria Mentor can help.

If you’ve been looking for work for a while or you’re facing challenges that make it harder to find a job, a Mentor can assist.

How can a Mentor support me to find work?

A Mentor will work with you to understand your work goals and aspirations and help you achieve them. A Mentor can:

  • support you to apply for jobs
  • assist you to develop your resume and prepare for job interviews
  • support you to become job ready
  • match you with jobs that interest you
  • help you enrol in training or obtain qualifications
  • assist you with personal needs, including transport to attend interviews
  • provide support for six months once you have a job
  • connect you to other community services.

How can I find a Mentor?

Mentors are available throughout Melbourne and regional Victoria. You can speak to a Mentor face-to-face, online or over the phone.

To find a local Mentor you can:

More information here: https://jobs.vic.gov.au/help-for-jobseekers/personalised-support/mentors

Need career advice? Plan your next move with a Jobs Victoria Career Counsellor.

If you are looking for work, need more work or thinking of a career change, a free session with a Career Counsellor can help.

How can a Career Counsellor help me plan my career?

Career Counsellors can support you to:

  • identify your career goals and how you can achieve them
  • understand your skills and strengths
  • explore your interests and how they relate to different jobs
  • find out more about what sorts of jobs and skills are needed now and in the future
  • prepare job applications
  • connect with other career support services.

Find out more about what a Career Counsellor session involves.

How can I book a Career Counsellor session?

Career Counsellors are available throughout Melbourne and regional Victoria.

Sessions are available face-to-face, online or over the phone.

To book call 1300 208 575 or register online for a session.

More information here: https://jobs.vic.gov.au/help-for-jobseekers/personalised-support/jobs-victoria-career-counsellors

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This project is supported by
funding from Jobs Victoria

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