WithYouWithMe’s Youth Employment Program supports young people to find work in the fast-paced tech sector.

Supporting young people to land their first tech job

No experience required

WithYouWithMe’s Youth Program provides support for young people aged 16 – 25 years to secure high-paying, high-demand tech roles by providing free role matching, tech training opportunities and job placement at leading employers.  
Many young people are discouraged from entering the workforce as they lack the work experience required for entry-level roles or don’t have a university degree.  
We believe in potential over experience – and that as ‘digital natives’, young people have a natural propensity to excel in tech careers. In fact, our research shows that more than 80% of Gen Z individuals have above average tech skills before undergoing any training.  
If you’re a young person looking for work in the tech sector, sign up to our Youth Program today. We’ll help you find your ideal digital career and build the skills and confidence you need to secure sustainable employment. Once you've completed your training, you'll gain access to exciting career opportunities across our partner network. 
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We know landing your first tech role can be daunting – and are here to guide you to make the process easy and stress free.

The first step is to take our online self-paced assessments, which will generate a comprehensive report covering your unique skills, aptitude, preferred learning style and ideal cultural fit.

From there, we’ll recommend the high-demand tech roles you’re best suited to – and your training begins. Everything is self-paced and you can expect to receive certification in around 150 hours.

Once you’ve completed your training, a member of our Career Success team will be in touch to take you through available opportunities and help you prep for interviews. No resume required!

If you are ready to see what tech roles await you, sign up to our Youth Program today.
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WithYouWithMe is a Global Accredited Partner of the SFIA Foundation

The Skills Framework for the Information Age (SFIA) Foundation produces the industry-recognised global skills and competency framework for the digital world. It defines the skills required by business and technology professionals at every level to design, implement, manage and protect data and technology.

Find out more about the SFIA framework →

See our program in action

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From classroom to coding: the school program paving the way to tech careers

WithYouWithMe joined Future Skills Organisation (FSO) to conduct the NSW Schools Digital Careers Trial to inspire Australian high school students to consider a career in tech.
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Education Today

Starting on a tech career pathway in high school

The shortfall in tech workers is a cause for concern and part of a solution might be to start identifying students with particular aptitudes in the very wide and varied tech field during high school using WYWM's assessment suite.
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New GED partnership set to boost study with innovative learning insights

More than 700,000 US students who take the GED each year will soon have access to powerful learning insights, thanks to a new initiative aimed at improving student outcomes.
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The Today Show

Creating career pathways for teens to tackle the nation's digital skills gaps

WithYouWithMe Social Impact Lead, Alicia Kouparitsas unpacks the new tech apprenticeship model being piloted in Australian schools to help students enter the fast-paced tech sector straight out of high school.
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Australian Financial Review

New program to tackle the digital skills crisis in Australia, one high schooler at a time

WithYouWithMe has partnered with the Digital Skills Organisation (DSO) to launch a ground-breaking NSW education program that will see 1,500 high schoolers upskilled for in-demand tech careers in a bid to ease Australia’s digital skills crisis.
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News Limited

Experts say young people have natural skills to land lucrative IT roles

Young people already have the tech skills needed to step into a range of high-paying, in-demand roles without the need for prior experience or a university degree.
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FE News

Youth tech skills can help solve the UK digital skills crisis

The UK needs to modernise the way it recruits, upskills and retains its workforces, which requires disrupting traditional approaches and seeking out the under-utilised talent pools it has – including our youth.
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Native Digital & Native Analog

Creating opportunity for diversity and inclusion in the future of work

This podcast for Gen Z listeners explores how young people can navigate the barriers often inherent in employment processes.
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The Buzz about STEM

The critical skills every school leaver needs

Patrick Kidd, CEO of Future Skills Organisation and WYWM Social Impact Lead, Cia Kouparitsas joined The Buzz about STEM podcast to share why school leavers should be focusing on developing digital skills in order to thrive in the modern workplace.
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