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From Gala events that celebrate our interns and employers, to our appearances in the media, we work constantly to amplify the work and voices of First Nations peoples. Here is where you will find the latest news and resources.
CareerTrackers Alumni and interns reach new heights
Celebrating National Science Week with the news that five of the six NASA Interns who are due to take part in a 10-week internship at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory are connected to the CareerTrackers community.
In a huge win for the dedicated advocates of Indigenous education, proud Tharawal woman Renee Wootton, Ngarrindjeri man Linden Beaumont, Palawa man Ted Vanderfeen, Limilngan and Mudburra man Lincoln Bourke, and Gundungurra woman Tully Mahr, will team up with a scientist or mentor during their time at NASA 🚀🪐
Opinion – CareerTrackers Closing the Gap with Indigenous students (August 2023)
Career support begins with study
Career support begins with study – article in the Koori Mail 9 August 2023 outlining the CareerTrackers advantage and the benefits of joining the largest community of First Nations professionals.
The Voice. Where to now?
Professor Uncle Kevin Williams, CareerTrackers Elder and Mentor, shares his personal perspective on the upcoming referendum from a life of service to Indigenous education success and achievement. Click here to read.
CareerTrackers intern recognised at QRC Indigenous Awards
Alex Dyball came through our program and has now won the Indigenous Rising Star award in Queensland Resources.
CareerTrackers CEO featured in Qantas Magazine July 2023
Our CEO shares her leadership perspective and experience in this thoughtful profile by the Qantas magazine. Qantas remain a longstanding and important partner in the CT community. Here’s a link.
Our CEO talks with Bumma Bippera radio
Our CEO, Jennifer, spoke to Trev from 98.7 Bumma Bippera radio on Thursday 8 June about our programs for both high school and university students. Bumma Bippera is Cairns first and only Indigenous radio station. Listen to the full interview below.