Registrations closing soon for Kaleidoscope Mentoring Program

News Update 27 July 2022

The City is proud to support the Kaleidoscope Mentoring Program, which is helping migrants and refugees with professional skills find work.

Kaleidoscope connects migrants and refugees with mentors related to their occupation and registrations will be closing on Sunday 31 July for jobseekers who are keen to be mentored.

More than 80 per cent of Kaleidoscope Mentoring Program graduates find jobs in their profession within six to 12 months of completing the program, which offers participants guidance, encouragement and support from a trusted and experienced mentor.

To register or find out more about this three-month mentoring program, please visit

The program is implemented through a local government and corporate partnership, partially funded by the State Government through the Office of Multicultural Interests.

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For more information, please contact the City.