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AIEF partner Commonwealth Bank among Australia’s best workplaces

Commonwealth Bank has been recognised as one of Australia’s best places to work for flexibility. AFR BOSS Magazine ranked the company first in the category of Most Outstanding Practice – Employee Flexibility, and as the second-best Place to Work in Australia and NZ in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services sector.

As one of our most longstanding Partners, Commonwealth Bank has been supporting AIEF’s programs since 2008. Not only does the company provide ongoing funding for AIEF Scholarships, but also facilitates workshops, training sessions, and professional development opportunities for AIEF Scholarship Students and Alumni to assist in their transition to further study and employment.

Commonwealth Bank were additionally the first of AIEF’s Partners to pilot our Mentor Program, with staff making a personal commitment to AIEF’s work over the years through their support of students at an individual level.

With a number of AIEF Alumni currently employed at Commonwealth Bank, AIEF is proud to be partnered with a forward-thinking and supportive modern company demonstrating commitment to workplace excellence.

Thank you for your ongoing investment in Indigenous development Commonwealth Bank!

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My sons have benefited so much...they have grabbed their opportunity with both hands. The whole experience has been both positive and life changing. Access to a high quality education gives them the tools to succeed in our modern world.

Mother of AIEF Scholarship Students

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The AIEF Scholarship Program and the AIEF Pathways Program are supported by the Australian Government in collaboration with individual, philanthropic and corporate supporters from the private sector.