Multicultural Youth (MY) Step into Work
The Multicultural Youth Tasmania MY Step into Work program supports young people to develop skills in their chosen career through pathway planning and work experience placements with local businesses.
MY Step into Work is funded by the Scanlon Foundation and offers internal work experience opportunities that support young people to develop skills in their chosen pathway. MY Step into Work aims to increase practical workplace knowledge, skills and abilities of participant aged 17-25 years, building their work readiness through strengthening networks, work experience and personal employment pathway planning.
MYT is currently seeking expressions of interest from young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds for the 2021 program looking to gain work experience there chosen field. Please email email@example.com to submit an expression of interest form.
MYT would like to invite local businesses to sign up for the program by providing two weeks of work experience for MY Step into Work participants during April 2021.
To express interest in becoming a participating business
Contact Jal David
Phone: 03 62210999
Multicultural Youth (MY) SETS Employment
The Multicultural Youth Tasmania MY SETS Employment support provides individualised support for young people from humanitarian and migrant backgrounds.
Humanitarian entrants during their initial 5 years of settlement can access individual support for employment amd education pathways, participate in skills groups and school holiday workshops.
The MYT Team can help you with:
- Getting skills ready for work
- Looking for your first job
- Needing advice for a problem at work
- Pathway planning for your transition from school to work
Make an appointment
People from a migrant or refugee background are invited to make an appointment or attend MYT Drop in every Wednesday from 3pm-5:30pm at our office in Glenorchy.
To book an appointment please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 03 6221 0999. Call 131 450 for interpreter.
Your rights in the workplace
Migrant workers and visa holders have the same workplace rights as all other workers in Australia. The Fair Work Ombudsman can give you information and advice about your workplace rights and obligations.
Their website has information translated into different languages and a Pay and Conditions Tool (PACT) where you can calculate pay rates, shift calculations, leave, and notice and redundancy entitlements. Keep track of the number of hours you’ve worked with their Record my hours app, available in multiple languages.
There is also a help for Visa holders and migrants page, with information about pay and conditions for visa holders, and about the types of visa protections that can apply for employees who work with the Fair Work Ombudsman as part of an investigation process.