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Meet Manjinder, driving our gender stereotypes

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Manjinder is thriving, not just in her new role as a female bus driver with Dysons, but also supporting her community as a Sikh volunteer.

Manjinder is thriving, not just in her new role as a female bus driver with Dysons, but also supporting her community as a Sikh volunteer.

As a participant of the WomenCAN Australia Driving to Employment program, Manjinder jumped at the opportunity of free training, paid bus licence fees and our unique peer support through The Placement Circle.

Now as a qualified Bus Driver Manjinder is one of the few female bus drivers driving out gender stereotypes attached to a profession that is traditionally male-dominated, while urging women to stand up for new experiences.

Join us, along with Dysons, as we redefine the road ahead – register your interest via our website Driving to Employment | WomenCAN Australia

You can also be inspired by listening to this interview to know Manjinder’s story: https://bitly.ws/33GSm

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