This Youth Homelessness Matters Day, Ladder has reached out Collingwood Football Club AFLW captain and high school teacher, Steph Chiocci, who is preparing for a different way of teaching this year, with a move to online classrooms. Steph has prepared early for this move by getting involved in Ladder’s online content for program participants with her top five tips on creating a successful resume.

Although COVID-19 has seen a large portion of the community closing down, resulting in people losing jobs, Steph touches on the importance of having a current and up to date resume for when the current regulations are dismissed and local communities and businesses are able to rebuild. 

Ladders online program content, continues to enhance young peoples training, education and employment goals despite a number of major events that have rocked local communities surrounding Ladders two Step Up programs, Sydney and Latrobe Valley.

Steph hopes that along with Ladders additional work ready tips, young people will be prepared and ready to put their best foot forward when jobs become actively available around local communities, with a resume that stands out from the rest.

“In this current period of uncertainty, it’s fantastic to see Ladder is able to adapt and deliver its programs online. This means young people can continue to engage and progress through the Ladder program and enhance their lives in a positive way. It’s also great to see a number of players getting on board to support with this online program delivery.”

Watch the video below to hear Steph’s top 5 tips on creating a resume.