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Merry Christmas

Friday, December 19, 2014
We will be closed for Christmas from Wednesday 24th December 2014 at 12pm
and re-opening on Monday 5th January 2015 at 10am.

For our Centrelink clients, you can access Centrelink contact information from the link below. Please note our office will be closed from midday Wednesday 24th and will reopen on Monday 5th of January 2015 at 10am

http://www.humanservices.gov.au/customer/contact-us/phone-us

On behalf of the Board of Management, Staff, and Trainers, we wish you all a very Merry Christmas! and look forward to seeing you again in 2015.

Merry Christmas

Upgrade to MACE Computer Server.

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Tomorrow, Thursday 26th September MACE will be getting a shiny new computer server. This will mean that on Thursday and possibly Friday the staff at MACE will not have access to their computers. Staff will not be able to send or reply to emails. If you send an email during this time and need an immediate answer you can of course still call the office on 03 5775 2077. We apologize for any inconvenience caused. This server upgrade does not affect the Centrelink computer, our full set of Centrelink Agency functions will still be available.


Uni4U Facebook Page

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Do you want to gain a University Degree in Community Health or Business?
Interested in a Higher Education qualification but can’t afford to study away from home?
Need assistance and support to undertake study?

Uni4U is an exciting new project between Swinburne University and MACE which provides opportunities for residents in the Hume Region to undertake a higher education qualification without leaving home.

MACE has now created a dedicated Uni4U Facebook Page where you can keep up to date. So if you are a Facebook user please pop over and slap the "like Button" 

Seasons Greetings

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Merry Christmas

On behalf of everybody at MACE we would like to thank you all for your support during 2012 and wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a happy and safe New Year. The office will be closed from 12 noon on Friday the 21st December and will reopen on Monday the 7th January 2013

A note for Centrelink clients

You can access Centrelink services during the holiday period just click on the link below for all Centrelink phone numbers.

http://www.humanservices.gov.au/customer/contact-us/phone-us




Meet our staff - Julia Fitz-Gerald

Friday, September 14, 2012

This is another is our series of posts introducing you to the staff that work at MACE.

When did you start at MACE?

March 2012

What are the main tasks you perform?

Administration for Uni4U program and MACE.

 What attracted you to working at MACE?

The community atmosphere and friendly people.

 What are the best aspects of your job?

Dealing with students in the Uni4U program and learning new things all the time.

 What keeps you busy outside of work?

Renovating our house.

 What do you hope to be doing in ten years’ time?

I have no idea – that’s too far away to think about!

Meet our staff - Elin Ree

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

This is the first in a series of posts introducing you to the staff that work at MACE. In this post we learn a little more about Elin Ree our Community Services Co-ordinator.

When did you start at MACE?

February, 2011

What are the main tasks you perform?

 

Coordinator responsible for and / or contributing to:

  • Accredited training Community Services programs including Certificate III (Aged Care, Disability, HACC, Children’s, Education Support), Certificate IV (Youth, Disability), Diploma (Community Services & Children’s Services).
  • Community Development programs including Literacy, Mansfield Multicultural Group, Indigenous, Capable and Cohesive Communities (CCC), Primary Care Partnership (PCP) and youth (Charter Partnership/MYSPN/YEP).

 

What attracted you to working at MACE?

 

MACE is a dynamic and innovative hub for education and community development. The scope for growth and making a contribution to new directions the organisation is embracing was very appealing.  Having regular and meaningful contact with students and others interested in personal development is rewarding and sustaining. 

 

What are the best aspects of your job?

  • Supporting the needs of a diverse community
  • Mentoring/counselling students studying Community Services at MACE
  • Liaison with the sector to establish an effective and efficient network of providers for work placement
  • Monitoring the work placement of students
  • Orientation  of new students
  • Collaboration with organisations in our local community to improve outcomes

 

What keeps you busy outside of work?

Enjoy snow skiing, bush or town walking, family, gardening, cycling, reading, participating in local community activities, social activities with friends, projects and chocolate.

 

What do you hope to be doing in ten years’ time?

Contributing to the development of my local community, and utilising further tertiary study in new areas of practice.