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Social Impact

Recruitment that gives back

At MTC Recruitment, our mission goes beyond just filling job vacancies. As a not-for-profit, we reinvest our profits into our parent organisation, MTC Australia, to help uplift individuals facing adversity.

An independent social enterprise, MTC Australia empowers more than 20,000 people every year to overcome barriers on their path to meaningful work. The not-for-profit does this through employment, mentoring and training programs delivered to people across NSW and QLD who are vulnerable and experiencing disadvantage to equip them with new skills, confidence and opportunities. MTC Australia works closely with people to create the path that is right for them and their individual needs.

MTC Recruitment was created by MTC Australia to offer specialist recruitment services, expanding on the workforce and industry expertise developed through delivering these important programs.

How we have helped:  

Employment and Education

MTC Australia helped almost 3,000 disadvantaged or vulnerable people find a job last year.

Keiron was one of them. When he approached MTC he struggled with substance dependence, depression and anxiety, and lacked self-confidence and work skills. Finding and keeping a job seemed impossible.

We counselled Keiron, aged 30, got him through a Certificate II in computer skills and within six months he landed a full-time job in hospitality.

“MTC helped me get back on my feet,” he says. “They helped me learn and engage with the courses, paid for the courses, certifications, work clothes, travel for interviews and counselling sessions.”

Youth and Community

Tahani had almost given up hope of finding a job. She enrolled in an MTC Australia program for people aged 15-24 to receive mentoring and work skills to support them into employment.

After building her confidence, she was eventually offered a job at a food wholesaler. “It changed my life and made me feel like an adult,” she said.

Tahani is one of more than 1,000 young people assisted by the program every year.

Find out more about MTC Australia