Metro puts careers on track for Indigenous women

13 Feb 2020, Media Release

Metro team members were recently invited to the annual gala dinner for Career Trackers.

CareerTrackers is an organisation that supports internships for Indigenous students, and helps them stay engaged in education while getting access to unique work experience opportunities.

Metro provides opportunities for five interns every year, including those from Indigenous, asylum seeker and refugee backgrounds.

Our talented candidates Lauren Scott and Kiesha-Marie Jude were recently celebrated at the CareerTrackers gala dinner for getting valuable work experience in Metro’s engineering and safety divisions.

Both candidates have been working hard with Lauren settling back into her role, as she completes another year of her engineering degree.

Kiesha-Marie is putting her psychology studies to good use in Metro’s Network Safety and Security area.

Metro is very proud to be building a future talent pipeline for the rail industry, while giving young people an opportunity to increase their workforce knowledge and experience.

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