Frankston City Council is proud to be collaborating with Monash Business School to provide first-hand work experience of business operations in the local region.
The Linking to Business Program is a 10 week program running from August through to October, 2019, which aims to place students with a locally-based business to assist them in developing important employable skills.
Frankston City Mayor, Michael O’Reilly said the program would assist in transitioning students from study into a career, after graduation.
“The pilot program is an opportunity for employers to mentor students, sharing valuable industry knowledge and experience,” said the Mayor.
“Students will spend half a day each week across the 10 week program with a local business, demonstrating the diverse career options to be found in the Frankston region.”
Businesses located in the Frankston City municipality can now apply to participate in the program.
For more information, or to lodge your expression of interest, please visit: www.frankston.vic.gov.au/LinkingtoBusiness
Expressions of interest are open until 5pm on Friday 19 July.