Migrant Youth Vision Project
Multicultural Australia’s Migrant Youth Vision Project (MYVP) links young people to education, training, employment and sport opportunities.
The program supports young people to understand their aspirations in these key areas and helps to foster motivated, skilled and focused individuals to be positive contributing members of the Brisbane community.
One of the programs offered through MYVP is our own Welcome Café, which gives young people hands on experience and skills that can be used in a number of different industries.
It also gives young people a sense of connection to the wider community and employability skills that go beyond just being able to make a coffee.
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The Youth Zone tells stories of young people from diverse cultural backgrounds.
Like Ashvini, who is currently studying Biomedical Science at the University of Queensland.
She aspires to have a career in this industry and is excelling in her studies.
She came to Australia from her home country Sri Lanka.
Most recently, she has been engaged with MYVP’s Welcome Café and has just completed some paid work experience with the Wise Foundation.
Watch Eric's Story
Watch Ashvini's Story
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