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  • 1. The ‘Elliott St Social Enterprise Partnership’ Will be launched in August 2013. There have been four distinct stages to the development of this Social Enterprise Partnership Each stage has seen the brokerage of a significant partnership - with each new partnership building on the foundations of its predecessor. (Colours depict new partners at each stage)
  • 2. STAGE 1: Gateway Pathways Partnership - “Monash Berrengara Pathways Program The need to meet the identified gap in provision of alternative education programs in the Monash LGA region.
  • 3. STAGE 2: Market Value and Coffee Cart The need to improve real life learning opportunities for students in a supportive realistic environment.
  • 4. STAGE 3: Market Value Social Enterprise The need to formalize the real life learning opportunities.
  • 5. STAGE 4: Elliot St Social Enterprise The development of a sustainable Community Social Enterprise to provide on-going real life learning opportunities:
  • 6. Gateway Pathways Partnership - “Monash Berrengara Pathways Program Holmesglen TAFE Monash City Council - Batesford HUB Berrengara School Amaroo Community House U3A SFYS Monash Youth and Family Services STAGE 1: The need to meet the identified gap in provision of alternative education programs in the Monash LGA region: Gateway LLEN brokered the Gateway Pathways Partnership in 2011. This partnership the saw the introduction of the “Monash Berrengara Pathways Program”
  • 7. STAGE 2: The need to improve real life learning opportunities for students in a supportive realistic environment. Gateway LLEN built on the existing partnership, brought in new partners and brokered an additional partnership which resulted in the 2012 pilot of Market Value and Coffee Cart Market Value and Coffee Cart Monash Link Amaroo Community House St. Viny’s Alamein Community House Monash City Council – Batesford HUB Berrengara School
  • 8. STAGE 3: The need to formalize the real life learning opportunities. Gateway LLEN identified additional partners and further built on existing partnerships to support the establishment of the Market Value Social Enterprise – SBAT – based on the pilot Market Value and Coffee Cart Beginning of 2013 10 students enrolled in SBAT and were employed and paid by the Market Value Social Enterprise. Market Value Social Enterprise Monash Link Amaroo Community House St. Viny’s Alamein Community House Monash City Council – Batesford HUB MEGT Flexible Training solutions Berrengara School
  • 9. STAGE 4: The development of a sustainable Community Social Enterprise to provide on- going real life learning opportunities: Gateway LLEN identified and worked with additional stakeholders and mid 2013 brokered The Elliott St Social Enterprise. Elliot St Social Enterprise Monash Link Amaroo Community House St. Viny’s Alamein Community House Monash City Council – Batesford HUB MEGT Flexible Training solutions Port Phillip Housing Association Berrengara School AAC Public Tenants Group