Success Stories

Palm Island Success Story

Our Community Development Programme (CDP) is our remote employment and community development service on Palm Island. CDP has two parts; helping people find work,and allowing them to contribute to their communities and gain skills while looking for work. Corrina Ross is a 20 year old Indigenous woman from Palm Island. Campbell Page CDP assisted Corrina in gaining work […]

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Palm Island’s BioWicked Garden Project is Well and Truly Underway

This year, the Campbell Page CDP team on Palm Island have been working together to fund the construction of BioWicked garden beds. The garden beds have been located across the community, including at ‘Chook city’, Ferdy’s Haven Rehabilitation Aboriginal Corporation, the Palm Island Children and Family Centre and SOLAS to encourage community engagement. The largest installations […]

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Meet Maverick: Green Army’s 1000th Participant

Maverick joined Green Army in July and he is Green Army‘s 1000th participant to be placed with us. He signed up to Green Army to increase his skill set and learn about environmental sustainability. He saw the Green Army as an opportunity that would open a door towards employment in the environmental field. With a background […]

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From 99 Weeks of Unemployment to a Full-Time Career

Tracy first came to Campbell Page feeling drained, defeated and down on her luck. When she left the Dapto office for the last time she was filled with pride, gratitude and a feeling of accomplishment after telling the staff she had been offered a chance at a full-time career. Dapto Employment Consultant, Valmai Loome was […]

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Spiroula’s Story

Spiroula is a dedicated, focused and driven woman who has the desire and talents to succeed – but it hasn’t always been this way. Spiroula struggled with the task of finding a job after mental illness that paid the bills but also inspired her after being diagnosed with a mental illness. Audio Described version of Spiroula’s […]

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Moruya Youth Refuge in the Spotlight

From living in a tent to long-term employment, Joe (name changed for privacy) has been put through his fair share of hurdles, but the Moruya Youth Refuge helped get Joe back on his feet. In 2012, ‘Joe’ came to the Campbell Page Moruya Youth Refuge after a family breakdown rendered him on the brink of homelessness. […]

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