Murray Mallee Local Learning and Employment Network (MMLLEN) is one of 31 LLENs across Victoria. The LLENs are a key initiative of the Victorian Government.
They were established during 2001-2002 to bring together the expertise and experience of:
- Local Education and Training Providers
- Business and Industry
- Community Organisations
- Parents and families
- Government agencies
MMLLEN promotes continued strong pathways from school to further education and work for local young people. We support the development of networks and partnerships to improve the participation, engagement, attainment and transition outcomes of our young people 10 to 19 years old within our geographic boundaries.
MMLLEN is a not-for-profit organisation responsible for the area of north-west Victoria covered by Swan Hill Rural City Council (excluding Robinvale), Gannawarra Shire (excluding Cohuna) and Sea Lake in the Buloke Shire.
MMLLEN Strategic Goals
- Enhance education opportunities that deliver effective education, training and employment pathways for our youth
- Enhance a well prepared entry-level workforce of young people to support the development of the local and regional economy
- To support parents and families to be closely engaged in the education, training and career decision-making of their children
- To support a strong and cohesive community working together for the benefit of all young people