Having a job is one of the leading factors for enabling a person to successfully reintegrate into their community after contact with the criminal justice system.
Life outside prison presents new and different challenges compared to life inside. For people released from prison, finding a job is a key source of stability, security, purpose and connection. But often, spending time in prison can end a person’s employment, or make it more difficult to find work after being released.
We offer practical training, new skills and meaningful employment pathways to help people get back on their feet.
All of our programs are voluntary — it's every person's choice to participate or not. Browse our employment programs below, or view our specific services for families, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and people returning to their communities after prison.
A new, ground-breaking employment support linking people leaving prisons with jobs 'at the gate'.
A social enterprise coffee kiosk supporting people on community corrections orders build workplace skills.
A community bike workshop recycling, refurbishing and donating bicycles in the local Collingwood community.
A national in-prison employment service for adult, sentenced Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in prison.