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Powerful Futures Program is a school-to-work based program ran by the Port Adelaide Football Club through Power Community Limited and in partnership with the Attorney-General’s Department and Department of Industry and Skill. It is the next step for students who have completed one of our programs and are ready to transition into the workforce or study. Working with our business networks and Universities, we source employment and training opportunities and work with our graduated students to help place them in those roles.

The opportunities come in the form of:

  • Traineeships
  • Apprenticeships
  • Full time
  • Part time
  • Casual
  • Study
  • Work experience
  • Mentoring
  • Information days
  • Facility tours
  • Volunteering

Support is also provided to young people in the form of resume writing, relevant clearances, personal appearance and a range of other family supports to ensure the graduates are employment ready. To participate in Powerful Futures, students need to complete their PAFC program, pass Stage 2 SACE and have a 90% or above attendance record.

In 2018, PCL introduced a Powerful Futures careers expo at Alberton Oval. This event provided students the opportunity to meet and interview directly with potential employers.

Please direct enquiries to Braedon Talbot, Powerful Futures Coordinator,

Sponsorship enquiries to Kellie Graves, Aboriginal Programs Manager,

Program sponsors

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