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Youth IT Careers graduate, Kyle Stewart, has kicked started his IT career with a role at Easyweb Digital .

Youth IT Careers’ inaugural Sydney class has graduated with promising employment outcomes for young people who have faced disadvantage.

Infoxchange teamed up with Micah Projects in 2007 to build our first customisable version of our client and case management application, SRS. In fact, Micah Projects were our very first SRS clients.

 Last month our Youth IT Careers students had the opportunity to visit the J.P. Morgan offices to gain a better understanding of career opportunities within the field of IT.

See how far we've come with our client and case management system over the last decade.

Infoxchange receives $500 000 in funding from the NAB Foundation to help tackle family and domestic violence with Ask Izzy.

In June, Youth IT Careers launched in Sydney through our partnership with J.P. Morgan. The program gives young people who face disadvantage their first step towards an IT Career.

As an educator and mentor, Tina’s students often come to her for support when they are facing situations outside of their studies, including homelessness.

An opportunity to support a young person in their career, while developing the capabilities of your business.

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