Philanthropy

 

CEAV Career Counselling Australia (CCCA) assists those most vulnerable and disadvantaged in the community to gain the skills needed to manage their own careers, to find, secure and sustain employment and to successfully manage career transitions throughout their life with minimal assistance.

If your philanthropic trust or fund is looking for a charitable organisation with a worthy cause that improves the lives and wellbeing of others, then this is what we specialise in.


CCCA has successfully delivered services to those most disadvantaged in the City of Dandenong, Hume, Moonee Valley, and remote and regional areas of Victoria. If you would like to find out more about the projects that CEAV Career Counselling Australia has been engaged in please follow the link to our Projects page. Below is a snapshot of some of the projects we have delivered with fantastic employment outcomes.

Community Revitalisation Project (CRP)- The City of Greater Dandenong
CCCA used the Employment Readiness Scale ™ (ERS) in the Dandenong CRP project, a proven, research-based tool that through this project has been shown to improve clients employability scores across 9 key variables by on average by 41%, with results as high as a 50% conversion rate to employment.

Community Revitalisation Project (CRP) - The City of Hume
CCCA used the Employment Readiness Scale ™ (ERS) in the Hume CRP project, a proven, research-based tool that through this project has been shown to improve clients  employability scores across 9 key variables by on average by 62%, with results as high as a 50% conversion rate to employment.

Work Readiness Trial Program – Moonee Valley City Council
CCCA used the Employment Readiness Scale ™ (ERS) in this trial project with a group of youth from the housing commission, a proven, research-based tool that through this project has been shown to improve clients employability scores across 9 key variables by on average by 59%, with results as high as a 50% conversion rate to employment and 50% into further education and training.

To find out more about our charitable work and how you can contribute and change the lives of those most vulnerable in the community, please contact one of our friendly staff on (03) 9433 8000 or email: careers@ccca.edu.au