Looking for work or need help to build your skills?
Infoxchange offers a range of programs and resources to help individuals learn digital skills that allow them to find jobs and keep up with the changing workforce.
Digital Springboard is a program by Infoxchange and Google to help people learn the digital skills they need to thrive in work and life.
Courses topics include building a CV, writing a cover letter, spreadsheets for beginners, social media strategy and getting started with code.
Courses are available throughout Australia and are delivered face-to-face by local partners such as community organisations and libraries.
Digital Springboard courses are relaxed, informative and designed to build digital confidence to ensure no one is left behind in today’s digital world.
Supported by the Victorian Government, Tech Ready is a program focused on helping young people develop and gain relevant digital skills to help find employment.
Students are supported with:
- Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology (fully funded)
- New skills in UX design, app development, web design, data science, cyber security, digital marketing and more.
- Fun and interactive workshops where students can be creative using variety tools and applications
- The chance to connect with industry professionals and meet mentors to help them get ready for real working environments.
Looking for jobs in the not-for-profit sector?
Our former jobs board Job Seeker is now part of Pro Bono Careers, which lists all the latest job vacancies within the community and non-for-profit sector including social work, disability, healthcare and more.
By combining forces with Job Seeker, Pro Bono Careers has substantially increased the number of roles on their jobs board, meaning you’ll be sure to find you’re next for-purpose role.
Unlike traditional jobs boards, Pro Bono Australia is a for-purpose company with full B Corp accreditation. By searching for a job with them, you’ll be enabling them to support their news team to continue to report on key social issues that help grow a robust, connected and resourced community sector in Australia.
What’s more, 10% of the revenue from Pro Bono Careers will be funnelled back into Infoxchange to contribute to their mission.