MPREC has been working hard to support local community groups, with one initiative being featured in the Cobar Weekly newspaper.
MPREC’s Vocational Training and Employment Centres Case Manager has travelled to several communities to discuss employment opportunities.
MPREC’s Two Eight Three Five clothing store launches online. Retail Supervisor, Kasey Egan, shares her dreams for the store future.
This month Work for the Dole participants in Cobar, along with local employers and TAFE representatives joined MPREC’s Community Development barbecue, to recognise their hard work.
Participants of the 'Cobar Community Activity Kits' Work-for-the-dole activity collaborates with Cobar Ngalli Pre-school to deliver Indigenous designed library bags.