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Do you need help with work or study? Or support with your current job or changing your career? No matter where you're at, whether you're working, studying, or thinking about what's next, headspace Work & Study is here to help. We offer different ways of helping because we want you to choose what works best for you.
We have two online services to choose from, Work & Study Online and Career Mentoring.

Work & Study Online

Connect with a Work and Study Specialist to get tailored support and advice to reach your work and study goals. Whether you’re figuring out what kind of job you want, looking for a new job, course, or need help with your current work or study situation, we can help get you to where you want to be.

Career Mentoring

Be matched with a working professional, volunteering to share their career journey and industry insights. Together you can explore available opportunities and pathways, build your professional network, discuss what work is really like day-to-day and kick start your career.

Session type






Age 15-25

Age 18-25

Session length

30 minutes - 1 hour
(weekly or fortnightly)

30 minutes - 1 hour
(generally fortnightly)

Program length

Approximately 3 months

Up to 6 months

Mental health support during your work and study journey

First Nations Work and Study Specialist available

Work & Study Online

Career Mentoring

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headspace centres and services operate across Australia, in metro, regional and rural areas, supporting young Australians and their families to be mentally healthy and engaged in their communities. headspace National Youth Mental Health Foundation is a child safe organisation.

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