Text on a purple background reads: "Workshop for young people with disability: Resume writing, LinkedIn profiles and how to network. Tuesday 30 July, 4pm – 5:30pm AEST." To the right is a photo of a stack of resumes on coloured clipboards. Below are the logos for the DREAM Employment Network, Enabled Youth Disability Network, and CYDA.

Resumé writing, LinkedIn profiles and how to network

About the workshop:

A safe and casual space to speak to leadership, employment and development professionals from youth disability organisations, ask questions and practice your skills in resumé writing, LinkedIn and more!

Facilitated by:

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Angus Fowler

Angus works with Enabled Youth Disability Network (EYDN) as Project/Admin Officer. EYDN is an organisation run by and for young people living with disability in South Australia. EYDN advocate for young people living with disability on issues important to them and also run peer networks, building young peoples skills.  Angus works with the Project Lead to oversee EYDN. Angus is passionate about working with young people. A sports and music nut who loves the outdoors. You’ll find Angus at the cricket, footy or at a live gig.

Ruby Nankivell

Ruby is an Enabled Youth Disability Network (EYDN) Board Member and Peer Connector. Ruby is an advocate who also works at Flinders University and for South Australian Council on Intellectual Disability (SACID). Ruby is a proud woman who has a disability, does public speaking and is passionate about her work. Ruby loves nature, colourful clothes and is very friendly.
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Jess Rosenthal​

Jess is based in Naarm (Melbourne) and has been with CYDA since June 2022. In this time, Jess has moved from an administration role to project support, honing their skills at the National Youth Disability Summit, and now working on the DREAM Employment Network and other projects.

Lucy Solonsch​

Lucy (she/they) is a passionate advocate for human rights and systems change with experience working in LGBTQIA+ and mental health spaces. She is on the board for the South Australian Rainbow Advocacy Alliance and chairs the South Australian LGBTQIA+ Ministerial Advisory Council. Lucy is particularly interested in ensuring that people with lived experience participate in and lead decision making that impacts their lives.

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This is a FREE workshop for young people with disability who are members of the DREAM Employment Network. The Network is free to join, and you can sign up when you register for the workshop 👇