SWC has a proven track record of empowering over 48,000 young people to discover pathways to a better future for themselves and their families.
Many of our young people are from low socio-economic, CALD, refugee and migrant backgrounds facing challenges of disengagement, generational unemployment and welfare dependency.
SWC aims to ensure young people vulnerable to these challenges are supported and have a strong foundation to build their futures. We do this by addressing social and wellbeing barriers, and obstacles impeding on education and employment outcomes.
Through our collaboration and established networks across the education, business and community sectors, we have created over 100 sustainable cross sector partnerships that focus on health & wellbeing, youth unemployment, employability skills, transition & pathway options that will allow young people to create their own futures.