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APS Indigenous Pathways

APS Indigenous Pathways Programs 2014 now open

Applications for the 2014 Intake of the APS Indigenous Pathways Programs for Indigenous Graduates, Cadets and Trainees are now open.

Read more about the Pathways program.


2014 APS Indigenous Pathways

28 Feb 2013

Applications for the 2014 Intake of the APS Indigenous Pathways Programs for Indigenous Graduates, Cadets and Trainees are now open.

2012 APS Indigenous Pathways participants stories - Tegan

21 Dec 2012

Not only is Tegan one of this year’s APS Indigenous Pathways Trainees, but Tegan’s identical twin brother Dylan is also one of this year’s Trainees at the Department of Regional Australia, Local Government, Arts and Sport, causing some interesting and confusing scenes at various Pathways events throughout the year.

2012 APS Indigenous Pathways participants stories - Shane

20 Dec 2012

The road to an APS Indigenous Pathways Traineeship was varied for the Department of Infrastructure and Transport’s Shane Kim.

2012 APS Indigenous Pathways participants stories - Jad

19 Dec 2012

The pursuit of a further challenge is what convinced Jad Sagigi to apply for an APS Indigenous Traineeship. Originally from Bundaberg in Queensland, Jad currently works as a Biosecurity Officer at the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF).


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