‘Growing Futures’ Artwork Shares Group Training Story

Posted in Apprenticeships General Industry Traineeships

My Gateway staff recently had the privilege to be involved in a photo and meeting to acknowledge and promote Indigenous artwork commissioned by the National Apprentice Employment Network (NAEN).

NAEN CEO Dianne Dayhew and Aboriginal artist Rhonda Sampson came into our office to meet with staff and Indigenous apprentice, James Hunt. The artwork, titled ‘Growing Futures’, depicts the partnership with member Group Training Organisations and their commitment to employing apprentices and trainees across the country.

Left to right: Kirryn Scicluna, Employment & Career Partner, My Gateway; Rhonda Sampson, Artist, RS Creative Solutions; Dianne Dayhew, CEO National Apprentice Employment Network; James Hunt, 1st Year Engineering Apprentice; Shelley Bullock, CEO, My Gateway.

My Gateway participated due to its support of Indigenous apprentices and trainees and its involvement in the JLEP program. Thank you to Rhonda for sharing your incredible talents, and to NAEN for inviting us to be involved.

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