Take the path of empowerment

“In my line of work I deal with leadership and how do we build peoples capacity, to be better people to do better and to be more effective and efficient.
To teach it, you must first believe it.” 

Duane Vickery

#TREKFORJAKE

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In memory of Jake Apps, raising funds for Cystic Fibrosis. Cure4CF with a goal of $25,000. $1,000 for every year of Jakes life.

Make a donation to give.everydayhero.com/au/trek-for-jake-walk-for-a-mate

Jake Apps

Our Values

Authenticity

Be Real. Stay True. No mask required. We value who you are.

Lived Experience

Our lived experience is all we have, and it is what we bring into the learning and development space.

Story Telling

Everyone has a story to tell. We connect to one another through story. We value story telling because it is what crosses the great divide and unites us as one.

Safety

We create safety because this is where we grow trust. Safety in relationship.

Risk

We value risk because it is born out of safety and bravery. 

Struggle

We struggle every day in the little things because we strive for excellence and not perfection. We value struggle.

Internationality

Intentionality is sticking to your word when no one is watching and seeking private victories in the little things. Only then can we achieve. We value intentionality.

Meet the Team

We choose to serve because we believe all people want to be better than they were yesterday and be greater than their collective fears.

WEX2019

Claremont College, Tas

Work Exposure in Government (WEX) is an Australian Government funded programme. It aims to increase the number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people working in the Australian Public Service .

WEX does this by bringing high-performing year 10, 11 and 12 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to Canberra and provides them with hands-on exposure and information about job opportunities and career pathways in the Australian Government.

Cedric Grieve

ETMP Volunteer