How does fundraising for Wandering Warriors help veterans? A wise man once said that you take better care of veterans if you give them something to do and something to look forward to. It’s a simple formula and one that we at Wandering Warriors believe solves a lot of issues. The wise man
Jobs for Heroes Jobs for Heroes is a community-led project funded by Government (under the skilling Queenslanders for Work initiative) to train military and ex-military personnel and their family members and help them obtain work. The training medium is Certificate III in Business conducted one day a week over three months. It is
New Directors and CEO At a general meeting on 22 February 2019, three new directors were elected to the Wandering Warriors board. Quentin Masson DSM A previous director, has returned to a board role. Quentin has also been appointed our CEO at an exciting time
Parkers Transitioning Tips There aren't many so qualified to offer advice on transitioning from ADF as Tracy Parker. Tracy Parker enlisted into the army in 1991 and was posted as Op sup to the 5th Aviation Regiment in Townsville. While posted to 5th Aviation Regiment he was heavily involved with CT activities. Having completed
Olympic Dam is inviting defence force veterans to our Adelaide Office to learn about employment opportunities within the mining and resources sector.
Linking veterans with employers Part of how Wandering Warriors help returned veterans is through employment. We have placed veterans in various positions over the years and are now formalising the process. Job hunters Our job board is now live and veterans can search and apply for jobs to suit their skill set
After months of planning and a volume of paperwork, Project Excalibur has completed a voluntary windup as a veterans’ organisation. The good news is that Excalibur will not shut down, but will continue as a program of Wandering Warriors, meaning that selected SAS veterans and their families will still be able to enjoy the benefits