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What’s New

The BGKLLEN will again bring together partner organisations for the annual At-Risk forum on August 16, 2017 – a day of PD for school staff, youth workers and case managers held in partnership with Holmesglen and the Bayside, Glen Eira and Kingston Councils (Contact Kathy or Sam). ...

My name is Laura and I am an average young person living in the City of Glen Eira. I was lucky enough to secure full time work this year with the Bayside, Glen Eira, Kingston Local Learning and Employment Network (BGKLLEN), who support young people who are disengaged or are at- risk of disengaging with education to remain in education. Two years on from completing my university degree, I have come to learn that I am one of the lucky few. I am continually learning about the problems facing our young people today, and am shocked to know I went through Secondary School and University both locally, without knowing what the situation was like for many other young people.Australian’s are great at rallying together to support those in crisis, but are not so great at recognising those in need in our own backyard. I am baffled when I learn there...