I'm a young person

If you are a young person aged between 12-25 and need information relating to general mental health, physical health, work & study and alcohol and other drugs, this section is designed for you.

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Mental ill-health
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Work & study

managing your families' work and study expectations - hearing from multicultural young people

Our family and cultural values can be aspects of our identity that shape our motivations and goals. While these values can be a source of strength, they can sometimes be challenging when navigating career and study goals.
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mastering job interviews

Congratulations on landing an interview! You might be feeling excited, nervous, anxious, confident, or maybe a little bit of everything! Having mixed feelings is really common but, with a little preparation, you can make a great first impression.
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study support and tips

There's no one single way to study, with so many different study techniques out there the key is finding what works best for you!

young people share their top tips for: Starting a new job

We asked young people who have recently started new jobs to share their tips on how to get the most out of your first week and create some good work habits.

8 tips to help you prepare for a job interview

So you’ve applied for a job and have now been invited to interview, well done! Time to nail it…

top job sites in Australia

Once you’re ready to work, you need to explore as many job opportunities as possible. We’ve done the hard work and put together a list of the top job search sites in Australia so you can stop searching and start applying.

tips and tricks for getting a job without experience

No work experience? No worries, we all have to start somewhere.

managing your mental health in the workplace

There's no right or wrong answer when it comes to telling people at work about your mental health condition.