Inclusion WA is an exciting place to work. It is also the kind of organisation that will always look to our own staff for leadership. In a growing company, it’s important to have a continuously evolving team, to which the following two staff members – who have recently stepped into new positions – can certainly attest.
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The 5th annual Inclusion WA quiz night was a roaring success, with over 200 attendees filling the RISE function suite with a healthy mix of competition and frivolity for a very good cause: Inclusion WA’s community development programs.
On Monday 29th June, People With disabilities WA (PWdWA) and Developmental Disability WA (DDWA) co-hosted a forum that focused on a report released earlier this year entitled ‘Behind Closed Doors: Preventing Violence, Neglect and Abuse against West Australians with Disability’. The authors of the report, Samantha Connor and Ben Keely, presented key issues that were raised in the report, which delved into the history and current-day state of the disabilities and health services industries in Western Australia.
In 2012, I joined Inclusion WA as a 19 year old University student. After spending time coaching kids’ sports and tutoring high school students I applied for the position as a Youth Development Officer through Inclusion WA and was fortunate to be offered the position. Three years on in my role, I am in my final year of study and have been supported and encouraged by Inclusion WA all the way. Work here is flexible, fun, interesting, and I feel lucky to have experienced some unique opportunities.