Find out how an innovative program is helping students stay at school and improve their job prospects.
Businesses across Melbourne’s South-east have been upskilling and modernising their operations during the pandemic.
Atal Samad came here as an international student in 2013. He now works at Global Victoria, helping international students build careers in Victoria.
A dental prosthetics lab in the Latrobe Valley is helping students start their careers as dental technicians, providing vital services to locals.
Hakim Halim is a Singaporean Asian cheesemonger who founded Ripe Cheese at the iconic Queen Victoria market, and whose online business is now growing.
Working with a startup has been an exciting experience for students taking part in SummerTech LIVE.
Andrea Evans-McCall’s Churchill Fellowship is bringing her a step closer to changing education in Gippsland and removing barriers to employment.
In a business planning session some years ago, Pepo Farms identified a hypothetical pandemic as a risk. The reality has seen it provide new outcomes.
Swinburne University space lecturer Kim Ellis will become Australia’s first female astronaut when she blasts off into space in 2023.
Dr Jackson Yin’s kit home business pivoted online during lockdown, thanks to a $50,000 Business Victoria innovation grant.
Women from culturally diverse communities are being empowered through a business incubator, funded by the Victorian Government.
Maddy Gallagher found herself stuck at a crossroads after finishing Year 12, but she’s now got a job that she loves.
David Vicino speaks about family and work as if they’re one and the same – because for his family-owned business, they are.
Helping struggling Victorian farmers recruit and retain thousands of workers during harvest is keeping Del Delpitiya busy during the pandemic.
The new Latrobe Valley GovHub embodies the essence and history of the rich industrial past of Morwell. Find out what makes the building so unique.
How online learning is helping Victoria’s young farmers secure their future in agriculture.
An art workshop by Big hART funded through a Victorian Government grant has connected generations in meaningful and lasting ways.
Moving from Melbourne to Lakes Entrance without having anything lined up could be daunting for some, but for Amber Potocnik, opportunity knocked.