[Australian Open Compilation Report] The Australian Open continued on the 10th, and Chinese player Ann Li (Ann Li) entered the third round.Outside the stadium, a group of special job seekers, including immigrants, found jobs through a special joint employment program.
"The Australian" reported that Ang Lee, who was born in Philadelphia, defeated French female player Alize Cornet to advance to the next round. She will face the seventh-seeded player, Belarusian Aryna Sabalenka. Strive to enter the top 16.
Inside and outside the arena, a group of special job seekers, including immigrants, were given job opportunities to contribute to the success of this world event and to add color to their resumes. SBS reported on the 10th that a special employment program jointly run by the non-profit organization JobsBank, the Australian Tennis Association and the Victorian government allowed 25 job seekers to obtain ideal positions for the Australian Open.
Corinne Proske, the president of JobsBank, said her organization mainly serves people with disabilities or immigrant backgrounds, Aboriginal Australians, young people, and long-term unemployed people.She said: "There are all kinds of job candidates, and our job is to show people the benefits of diversity in the workplace."
Victorian Employment Affairs Minister Jaala Pulford said that the internship program will allow participants to be prepared before work and follow up after they finish their work.She said: "We make sure that these people are ready to join the employment force and are going well in the workplace. Tennis Australia will give us feedback on how the project is designed." (Gao Jiawen compilation)
Edit: Yan Guo
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