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On Track Resource Centre

A group of multi-ethnic college and university students sit outside casually hanging out together while on a break.  They are sitting in the grass and laughing together.  Two girls on the far left are looking directly at one another and laughing, and a peer on the far right is leaning over to look at them.  The other male students in the photo are just casually looking straight ahead across the field.

Everyone’s Path is Different, Are you On Track?

Navigating life: school, relationships, identity and more is a complex task and it’s easy to feel like you’ve fallen behind or are on the totally wrong path!

The Anglicare Youth Team have compiled some of our favourite advice & tips to help get you On Track with work and life and stuff.

Are you On Track with Work?

Getting your first job is as exciting as it is scary! Being employed not only offers financial independence but helps shape your future career. There are lots of things you need to prepare in order to get your first job, but where do you start? See below for a step-by-step breakdown of all the things you’ll need to know to get a job and keep it.

Anglicare acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the original and ongoing custodians of the lands and waters on which we live and work.

Inspired by the gospel of reconciliation in Jesus Christ, Anglicare's vision for reconciliation is a nation in which Australia's First Peoples are restored in dignity, respect, empowerment and opportunity.