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NMLLEN engages with different stakeholder groups to improve pathway opportunities for our region’s young people.

NMLLEN has built strategic, sustainable partnerships with Government organisations, Industry, TAFE, RTOs, Universities, Trade Centres, Schools and Community Organisations in the region to improve education and transition outcomes for young people. NMLLEN uses its knowledge of the region to influence strategic planning and broker partnerships among key stakeholders to support young people to remain engaged or re-engage in education or training.

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Community Partnerships

Mildura Regional Development (MRD): Northern Mallee LLEN has partnered with SuniTAFE and Mildura Regional Development for delivering the STEM4Sunraysia Program. Held in 2018, 2019 at

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Ontrack Connect

On Track Connect aims to assist young people who have left school in the previous year and who are not studying or in full time

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Sunraysia Careers Network

The Sunraysia Careers Network (SCN) is a group of dedicated professionals comprising Careers and VET Teachers, registered training organisations, Group training companies, Universities, NMLLEN, and

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The Mallee Navigator Program commenced in September 2016 as a pilot program in partnership with, Northern Mallee LLEN, Murray Mallee LLEN, Mildura Rural City Council

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