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    Positive Action towards Career Engagement (PACE) Mentoring

    PACE gives students and/or jobseekers with disability an opportunity to develop their skills and confidence in a workplace setting, which can assist them in their job search, as well as their personal and professional development.

    For mentors, PACE provides managers and people leaders with the chance to share experiences and knowledge, and develop their interpersonal and leadership skills, while increasing their understanding of the potential of people with disability.  And for mentees, PACE offers students and jobseekers with disability the opportunity to develop their skills and confidence in a workplace setting, which can assist them in planning their career journey, as well as aiding their personal and professional development.

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    Queensland Skills Disability Support (SDS)

    This initiative provides specialised technology (e.g. assistive software) and support services (e.g. Auslan interpreters) to pre-qualified suppliers to support learners with a disability enrolled in subsidised training. Pre-qualified suppliers are Queensland registered training organisations that are pre-approved to deliver training and assessment services subsidised by the Department of Education, Training and Employment through one of its funded programs.

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    The Australia and New Zealand Student Services Association (ANZSSA)

    The Australia and New Zealand Student Services Association (ANZSSA) is a professional association for people with an interest in the provision of support services to students in post secondary education in Australia and New Zealand.

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    The uni virtual clinic: changing the way mental health care is provided to young people at university

    This research looks into the uni virtual clinic (UVC), which is a comprehensive online service developed in partnership between the Centre for Mental Health Research at the Australian National University (ANU) and the Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre that has been designed to prevent and treat mental health problems and related issues in university students. It is anonymous, free to the end-user, tailored, and incorporates evidence-based treatments and information.