Creating Opportunities Building Leaders Growing Communities
Michael Combs
Founder & CEO
Overview
Indigenous Employment and Education: Overview
CareerTrackers: Customer Engagement
2
Employment by Sector
Private
Sector, 5
8%
Public
Sector, 4
2%
Non-Indigenous
Private
Sector,
26%
Public
Sector,
74%
Indige...
Occupation Comparison
4
2013 Indigenous University Enrollment
Course Commencements Total Enrolments Growth Rate
Society and Culture 1,746 3,787 11...
2011 Indigenous University Enrollment
6*DEEWR Higher Education Statistics 2010
2010 Enrollment 2010 Drop Out 2010 Graduati...
University Completion
IndigenousMainstream
First Year CompletionCommencement
7Universities Australia by the Centre for the...
Our Approach
Indigenous
Second Year CompletionCommencement
8
“If you see a
social
problem, create a
business”
-Mohomad Yunus
Creation of a Social Enterprise
Indigenous University
Enrollment
33% CAGR
CareerTrackers
 Hands On Experience
 Career Development
 Formal Evaluations
 Cross-cultural Learning
Leadership
Traini...
Our Future
12
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Michael is a graduate of the University of Northern Colorado where he earned a degree in Business Administration with a major in finance, marketing and a minor in legal studies. As a participant in the INROADS internship program for ethnic minorities in the United States, Michael was awarded an internship with Hewlett-Packard for five consecutive summers. On graduation he was offered a full-time position with HP and rose to the executive ranks. During his 10 years with HP his career spanned the United States, Australia and the United Kingdom. In 2000 Michael was named a Gates Millennium Scholar, in 2003 was awarded the United States Congressional Medal of Service for community outreach and development and in 2013 was recognised in the inaugural Westpac Community Leaders Award for Social Entrepreneurship.

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Diverse Workforce - Engaged Customer | Michael Combs, CEO & Founder, Career Trackers

  1. 1. Creating Opportunities Building Leaders Growing Communities Michael Combs Founder & CEO
  2. 2. Overview Indigenous Employment and Education: Overview CareerTrackers: Customer Engagement 2
  3. 3. Employment by Sector Private Sector, 5 8% Public Sector, 4 2% Non-Indigenous Private Sector, 26% Public Sector, 74% Indigenous
  4. 4. Occupation Comparison 4
  5. 5. 2013 Indigenous University Enrollment Course Commencements Total Enrolments Growth Rate Society and Culture 1,746 3,787 11.2% Health 1,055 2,344 30.1% Education 803 2,075 2.9% Management & Commerce 570 1,315 23.7% Creative Arts 394 821 17.0% Natural and Physical Science 224 531 31.7% Engineering 104 300 23.5% Enviro Related Studies 67 186 5.7% Information Technology 62 138 40.0% Architecture and Building 57 135 33.7% Non-Award & Mix Field 470 480 -28.7% Total 5,552 11,807 6.5% 5*DEEWR Higher Education Statistics 2010
  6. 6. 2011 Indigenous University Enrollment 6*DEEWR Higher Education Statistics 2010 2010 Enrollment 2010 Drop Out 2010 Graduation 2011 Commence
  7. 7. University Completion IndigenousMainstream First Year CompletionCommencement 7Universities Australia by the Centre for the Study of Higher Education University of Melbourne
  8. 8. Our Approach Indigenous Second Year CompletionCommencement 8
  9. 9. “If you see a social problem, create a business” -Mohomad Yunus
  10. 10. Creation of a Social Enterprise Indigenous University Enrollment 33% CAGR
  11. 11. CareerTrackers  Hands On Experience  Career Development  Formal Evaluations  Cross-cultural Learning Leadership Training Professional Development  40+ Hours of Leadership development training for all students Community Engagement  Developing the Professional Indigenous Community  Creating mentors and role models for future generations Cultural Exchange  Participation in cultural learning program 11
  12. 12. Our Future 12
  13. 13. Creating Opportunities Building Leaders Growing Communities
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