Citi Foundation

Approximately 75 million youth globally are actively seeking meaningful employment. To effectively compete for employment opportunities and succeed in the 21st century economy, these young people will require a mix of education, employability, entrepreneurship, and leadership skills. With the support of the Citi Foundation, Citi Australia is focused on programs that increase the employability of low-income youth, ages 16-25, to enable them to get a job or start an income-generating business.

Social Ventures Australia was awarded grant funding to support The Community School Yard Project; a two year long partnership with Rooty Hill and Plumpton High Schools in Western Sydney to trial a collective impact approach to generate improved school to work transition outcomes for young people.


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