Julian Genn and Anthony Hobba attended the opening of the Kalinda IT Sydney office.
Brendan Kerin, organised by the Metropolitan Local Aboriginal Land Council, completed an Acknowledgment of Country and Traditional Smoking Ceremony. During the ceremony, those in attendance were told of its importance and encouraged to participate.
The day marked not only the opening of the Sydney office for Kalinda, but also the launch of their Indigenous Apprenticeship program.
Kalinda IT and tiaki, a New Zealand based IT company, are running their Indigenous Apprenticeship programs in conjunction with each other. The program focuses on upskilling Indigenous Peoples of their respective countries.
JobTrail partnered with Kalinda IT to help source, attract, and recruit interested students looking for a career in ICT.
Pictured: Anthony Hobba, Michael Dickerson (Kalinda IT), Brendan Kerin, Duane Grace (Tiaki), and Julian Genn