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Aboriginal Partnerships

Aboriginal Partnerships

CSBP leverages and is actively involved in WesCEF’s community partnerships that support Aboriginal and Torres Strait people in our community. This includes providing employment and mentoring opportunities for the Aboriginal population in Kwinana. 

Clontarf Foundation

The Clontarf Foundation exists to improve the education, discipline, life skills, self-esteem and employment prospects of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men and by doing so equips them to participate more meaningfully in society.  WesCEF formed its own partnership with Clontarf at Kwinana’s Gilmore College in 2014. CSBP actively supports this partnership through worksite visits and school-based traineeship/work placements. 

Moorditj  Koort Aboriginal Health and Wellness Centre  

WesCEF and Moorditj Koort have been community partners since 2014. Our support enables the development of specific Kwinana Aboriginal community events that bring community members together and strengthens community connections.  In addition, we have a secondment program enabling WesCEF and Moorditj Koort employees to swap workplaces and build upon their skills and experience as well as develop greater cultural awareness.   

Wirrpanda Foundation, Deadly Sista Girlz

Deadly Sista Girlz (DSG) is a culturally appropriate healthy lifestyle program which aims to improve engagement and education amongst school-aged Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander girls. 

WesCEF is building connections with Kwinana’s DSG Gilmore Academy to extend pipeline opportunities such as work experience, school based traineeships and employment pathways at its businesses including CSBP

Murdoch University  - Kulbardi Aboriginal Centre  

The aim of the Kulbardi Centre is to increase Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander participation in higher education and provide support for students throughout their studies. 

Co-located on the grounds of Murdoch University, WesCEF is engaging with the Kulbardi Aboriginal Centre through student immersions experiences, scholarships, student work placements, networking and event partnerships. 

Fremantle Training Group  

WesCEF and Fremantle Training Group joined forces in 2014 with the aim of supporting Aboriginal youth in the Kwinana/Rockingham area to build future capability and workplace experience through school-based traineeships. Since then several senior high school students have participated in school-based traineeships at CSBP.