We are currently looking for a part-time or casual educator for our SMOOSH before- and after-school program in Sydney’s south-west.
High-five to all the parents who survived the school holidays and are heading into Term 4! Seriously, where has the year gone?!
Planning a community event is a big undertaking, from seeking sponsors through to organising stallholders and getting the word out.
But no one would do it unless it was worth it.
You can't win 'em all, but South Eastern Community Connect was super-proud to be a finalist in the Bayside Business Awards, which was held last night. A big congratulations to our neighbour Eastlakes Discount Drug Store, who took out the award for Excellence in...
Know a creative teen who’d love to learn how to make awesome short films on a phone or tablet? We’re offering the community four free sessions with industry expert Juliana Purnell.
We’re seeking enthusiastic educators with a high level of people and communication skills and demonstrated experience, with at least two years’ prior experience working with children in an OSHC capacity, to join our Safe Multicultural Out of School Hours (SMOOSH) team.
Planning for your future can be a daunting task, but we made it a little easier with a seminar dedicated to that topic on 24th September.
We’ve been selected to participate in Local Matters at Grill’d Bondi Junction this October. Local Matters is the Grill’d community donation program that sees each Grill’d restaurant donate $500 back into the community every month.
South Eastern Community Connect (SECC) understands the importance of quality respite for carers.
The SECC team was sad to farewell our wonderful Deputy CEO Ashleigh Daines on Friday. Ashleigh has spread her wings to take on a new role of CEO of Sutherland Shire Family Services, a not-for-profit organisation focused on strengthening the capacity of families in the Sutherland Shire and St. George areas.
Sara*, an Eastlakes resident, came into our office this week asking for grocery support. She has a four-month-old and a three-year-old and is struggling to put food on the table. The rising costs of living, including electricity bills over winter, have left her depleted.
It’s official! We’ll be holding The SECC Community Picnic on Saturday 9th November 2019.