COMMUNITY INVESTMENT
COMMITTEE

WHAT IS THE

COMMUNITY INVESTMENT COMMITTEE?

The Community Investment Committee (CIC) is a local collaborative group bringing together key stakeholders to create and strengthen pathways that intentionally support young people into meaningful jobs, now and into the future.

The CIC works in partnership with the local community and aims to harness community investment and expertise, adding value and strengthening existing efforts through a more coordinated and intentional focus to youth employment across the NT.

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AT A GLANCE

CIC In Focus

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KEY OUTCOMES

The CIC brings together the representatives from the key sectors in youth employment pathways, including: employers and industry, education and training, employment service providers, local councils and community organisations to collaborate with each other and State and Federal Governments.

Alongside YouthWorX NT, members of the CIC actively contribute to:

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How It Works

The CIC forms a crucial local structure of the National Youth Employment Body (NYEB), which aims to align local and national investments in employment, industry, education and training, to inform and strengthen a coordinated, multi-sectoral response to youth unemployment.

Members come together to actively contribute to drive change through: