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Young migrants can get job advice at a free forum in Dandenong.
The South East Local Learning and Employment Network (SELLEN) and Greater Dandenong Council are hosting the Migrant Youth Employment Forum on Tuesday 15 August at the Dandenong Civic Centre.
Representatives from Bunnings, Hudson Recruitment, Woolworths, the Bendigo Bank and more will share tips on how job seekers can become more employable and answer questions from the audience.
One of the Bendigo Bank representatives was part of a SELLEN program in 2008 that placed school-based trainees with the bank.
The event will run from 4.15pm to 6.30pm.
Attendees should text their full name to 0438 510 840 to book a place.
Call 9794 6921 or contact SELLEN via Facebook for more information.

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