Making a difference campaign

Making a difference campaign

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  • Ambitious Andy 
  • Wow! If I work for QIC I can advise indigenous communities how to best invest their money and leverage the returns to further support indigenous education. This is in addition to my area of expertise and I have full support from my Manager!
  • TAFE Tina
  • I am going to apply for QIC Career Mix-up Program as I will be provided an Indigenous mentor and I can be one when I am ready. I also get to join the RAP working group! 
  • I have been looking for a company that offers cultural leave days. I want to reconnect with my mob but my current workplace doesn't allow me to take time off . I am glad I started following QIC after I saw their celebrations in NAIDOC week. I found a job that suits me on their career site and they also offer professional development
  • Organised Oliver
  • Have you heard about QIC? They are committed to their reconciliation journey. My friend works at QIC, He is an Indigenous man and is encouraged to voice his opinion and be involved in RAP initiatives. He also facilitates a yarning circle monthly with other indigenous staff
  • That sounds much better than the other organisations I have a job offer with. I will apply for their graduate program now!
  • Studious Sally
  • Thanks for your application. During the interview process you will meet with HR, Hiring Manager and a Senior Indigenous Employee.
  • ANDY, TINA, OLIVER AND SALLY ARE ALL EMPLOYED AND ENJOYING THEIR FIRST YARNING CIRCLE CATCH UP
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