Building a brighter future by creating employment pathways 

East Kimberley Job Pathways welcomes you to the picturesque East Kimberley

Job Pathways is a leading Aboriginal controlled ‘for purpose’ community development organisation empowering communities throughout the broader East Kimberley Region.

Our programs and services aspire to improve lives and transform communities by providing pathways for people to fully participate in society.  We connect communities, strengthen relationships and networks, celebrate and protect culture, and give meaning to people’s lives.

We do things with people, not to or for them.  We give people control of their decisions and we respect local knowledge.

We empower through employment

We welcome you to share in the stories of our success.

Nothing is so warm and inviting, yet so challenging and moving, as a powerful story, told well. Stories are written to be shared, not only for our benefit, but for the benefit of our people and our communities. Stories change people and shape who we are.

EKJP Staff Planning Day 2021

EKJP Staff Planning Day 2021

We held our collaborative staff planning day this month! Hosted by our Corporate team in Kununurra, the East Kimberley Job Pathways' 2021 Staff Planning Day was a productive day of learning and brainstorming, with many new ideas and suggestions for how EKJP can...

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Strong Men’s Community Beautification

Strong Men’s Community Beautification

Last month, together with the Kununurra Waringarri Aboriginal Corporation, EKJP Job Seekers participated in a community beautification and personal mental health activity that encouraged coming together in a team to work towards solutions for some of the issues they...

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NAIDOC Week 2021

NAIDOC Week 2021

NAIDOC Week celebrations were held earlier this month, with the East Kimberley Job Pathways teams participating across our region in events marking the 2021 theme of "Heal Country!". Heal Country! is a call for stronger measures to recognise, protect, and maintain all...

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