The Capital City Local Learning & Employment Network (City LLEN) has been working with local schools and the community to support at risk young people since 2002. The LLEN Network consists of 31 not for profit incorporated associations covering all of Victoria funded by the State Government, we are the LLEN for the City of Melbourne.
The City LLEN acknowledges the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation as the traditional custodians of the land in Melbourne on which we work and we pay our respects to their elders, past and present.
We work with schools, youth service providers, community organisations, all levels of government, business and industry to identify and deliver solutions to ensure all students achieve their potential, focusing on those most at risk. Our board is represented by all these stakeholder groups and is governed by our Association Rules. We are registered with the ACNC.
To become a member download the application form CityLLEN Membership Form
Committee of Management
|Dianne Bloom||Senior Leading Constable, Victoria Police, Melbourne East Branch||Commonwealth & State Government & Agencies|
|Sarah Bourke||General Manager, The Ladder||Community Organisation|
|Clare Kellett||Education Consultant, Slade Group||Employer|
|Chris Christoforou (Treasurer)||ACFE Projects Leader, Centre for Adult Education||Adult Community Education Organisations|
|Sha Cordingly (Deputy Chair)||CEO, Australian Community Workers Association||Employers & Peak Bodies|
|David Cragg||Assistant Secretary, Victorian Trades Hall Council||Unions|
|Eliana Cuppari||Program Manager, Whitelion||Community (co-optee)|
|Dr Virginia Dods (Chair)||Senior Policy Advisor, Commission for Children and Young People||Commonwealth & State Government & Agencies|
|Pamela Guimarra||Programs & Partnerships Coordinator, City of Melbourne||Commonwealth, Local & State Government & Agencies|
|Michael Meehan||Head of School, Foundation Studies, Box Hill Institute of TAFE (city campus)||TAFE Institute|
|Lisa Patience||Manager, Sign for Work||Community Organisations|
|Gary Power||Principal, Kensington Community High School||Schools|
|Louise Smith (Public Officer)||CEO, Capital City Local Learning and Employment Network|