Being Herd Pathways has gone digital!
Pathways online is a free program that supports young people seeking employment to overcome their mental health challenges and find meaningful work.
The workshop starts with a peer-to-peer live video session run by two of our expert facilitators and is followed by a 1:1 mentoring session!
There are 3 main parts to the workshop: storytelling, how to look after your mental health and strengths building.
Being Herd Pathways is for young people who:
- are 16-24 years old
- aren’t currently in education, employment or training
- are Australian/New Zealand citizens, permanent residents of Australia humanitarian visa holders
- are living in NSW in Central Coast/Hunter, Illawara, New England/North West, North Coast, Southern Highlands/Shoalhaven or Western Sydney.
Come along to our online workshop
The Being Herd Pathways program is delivered by batyr and is funded by the NSW Government as part of the Youth Employment Innovation Challenge. The program is currently available in the Central Coast/Hunter, Illawara, New England/North West, North Coast, Southern Highlands/Shoalhaven and Western Sydney regions – the program may also be available in other regions towards the end of 2019. The Youth Employment Innovation Challenge is a $10 million NSW Government program that provides funding to innovative solutions and ideas that help young people find employment in NSW.
The workshop definitely boosted my confidence! I was able to see how my words could show the positives from the negative experiences.
Kaitlin, Being Herd Pathways Participant
of unemployed young people experience mental ill-health
story of the month
“A certain kind of darkness is needed to see the stars.”
I’ve always turned to this quote when describing my experience with mental ill-health. Because, as much as depression has been a blanket of darkness cast over me, it’s also provided a backdrop which allows other parts of my life to really ‘shine’. These are some of those stars — the more positive things my experience with mental ill-health has given me…Read more