Bankstown office opening and more exciting news from Metro Assist

New Bankstown Office, Expressions of Interest for Board Directors + much more!

Metro Assist has had another busy month, with new and ongoing programs for our clients and community. We are looking for new Board Directors and our Dress for Work program is expanding in Bankstown. Read on to learn more about our recent news and upcoming events and programs.
Thanks to Adobe for a great donation to Metro Assist's Dress for Work program. Learn more about the many benefits of donating to Dress for Work here

Expressions of Interest for Board Directors


We are seeking suitably qualified people as Directors on the Board of Metro Assist Limited.  A number of directorships will be available and will take effect at our next AGM in November. Applications close 26 September.
Learn more

Skilled Migrant Development Program


SkillME, in partnership with OTEN, will launch another Skilled Migrant Development Program to help skilled migrants to improve their employability in their chosen profession. An info session will be held in Strathfield on 26 September.
Learn more
Thank you to whoever left this note of encouragement in our new Bankstown Office sign-in book! 

ABC profiles Metro Assist clients


Jehad joined Metro Assist's Homework Club in 2014, when he was just six. Now he and his family have been filmed for national television in a story about migrants in south-west Sydney on ABC's 7:30 Report. Stay tuned to see the whole story.

New Bankstown Office!


We have opened a brand new office in Bankstown. The new office is at 62 Meredith Street, an easy walk from Bankstown station.

More information
Check out our CEO Lou Bacchiella having fun and learning about the complexities of policing at Ashfield Local Area Command.

Jewellery Making Workshop


Come along to Ashfield on 10 October to make your own necklaces and bracelets. These workshops are free, but booking is essential.
Learn more and book

Brighter Futures


When we met Nadira, she was raising three kids under five without a support system. Read about her journey to a brighter future.
Read the whole story
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