Singleton Employment Pathways Program

The Singleton Employment Pathways Program closed on Friday 28 April 2023. A new program, the Singleton Employment and Skills Exchange, will be launched in the coming months which will provide skills, training and employment advice to Singleton residents.  

For enquiries, please contact Karen Varker on or call Council on 02 6578 7290. 

The Employment Pathways Program is a free careers and jobs advisory service for people in Singleton from school leavers to mature workers across all cultures and communities.

With so many options available locally and regionally, the vast amount of information can be overwhelming to know where to start. This advice and connection service helps you work out what direction is right for you and navigate the raft of options for training, jobs and careers in our region. 

The Singleton Employment Pathways Program partners with employment service providers, schools, RTOs and training providers, indigenous organisations and services, State and Federal government organisations, DESE Hunter Employment Facilitator, industry and community organisations to help Singleton residents access new opportunities locally. 

This program is an initiative of the Singleton Council and Business Singleton partnership to support employment for local workers. 


How Can The Program Help You?

  • A central point for information with access to experienced employment pathway advisors
  • One on one job and career counselling, online or face to face
  • Advice on employment, jobs and careers locally and across the region
  • Work through your strengths, options and employment or business pathways
  • A link to regional services for training, mentoring, apprenticeships, business advice and more

Who is this free program for?

  • School leavers entering the workforce
  • Workers transitioning between careers or industries
  • Locals looking to increase their skills and training
  • Mature workers looking for new employment options 
  • Those wanting to start a new business
  • Unemployed and vulnerable community members
  • Indigenous community members 
  • People re-entering the workforce including parents, long-term carers, the unemployed and vulnerable workers


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