MBS superstars

Celebrating our team

What a year it’s been for our MBS team. We have so much to celebrate, from our SBAT graduates and award winners to our SLES participants gaining employment, and even a ten-year wedding anniversary for two employees who met right here at Mambourin!

Congratulations to Sarah and Sean

Sarah and Sean are sitting on office chairs, Sarah is holding a large bunch of flowers and Sean is holding a paper gift bag from Koko Black

Sarah and Sean at their surprise anniversary party

Our MBS team love to celebrate each other’s wins and milestones and we love to see it!

In October, the MBS team threw a surprise party for Sarah and Sean to celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary. The couple met while working at Mambourin’s D1 warehouse.

Sean is a valued member of our Preschool Equipment team, and you may recognise Sarah’s smiling face from her time spent working on our reception desk a few years back. She is now a member of the team at our D3 warehouse.  Congratulations Sarah and Sean!

SBAT graduation and award winners

Mason stands holding his award, the CEO is standing off to the side

Mason receives his award

On 15 December we were proud to present our SBATs with their graduation certificates in a ceremony at our D3 warehouse.

We were also very excited to present our award winners for 2023!

Our trainee of the year: Mason

Most improved trainee: Casey

A person in a black hoodie smiles holding up a certificate

Casey receives his award

SLES certificate recipients

Well done to our SLES participants who successfully completed the following certificate qualifications.

Transition to Education 

  • Ethan
  • Nwe Nwe

Work Education 

  • Shakaya
  • Cindy
  • Nor
  • Gabriel

Statement of attainments 

  • Angelo
  • Read

SendAble employment pathways

Shakaya, Cindy and Nor are standing against a wall, they are all smiling and holding paper plates with cake on them

Shakaya, Cindy and Nor celebrate with some cake

Earlier this year we announced that MBS would be partnering with social enterprise SendAble, to provide employment pathways to the people we support in our SBATs and SLES programs.

We’re excited to share that SLES participants Cindy, Shakaya, Nor and SBAT Mason all interviewed for positions at SendAble and were successful! They will begin working there in the new year.

Graduates step up to supported employment

Caroline stands smiling and holding up her certificate

Caroline receives her certificate

We’d also like to congratulate Samuel, Caroline and Ethan, who will be moving into supported employment roles following graduation from their SBAT and SLES programs.

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