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Rachel is the Communications Director at WhyDev. She is a writer and communications consultant. Rachel combines her knowledge of storytelling and technology to help individuals and organisations in the social good space build their digital story. Over the last eight years she’s worked with international and local organisations across six continents. Her writing has been printed in numerous publications including The Big Issue, Dhaka Tribune and Maya. She is also the Regional Ambassador for NetSquared, Co-founder of Nia Children’s Foundation, a speaker, trainer and mentor. Read more of Rachel’s thoughts on her website: http://www.rachelkurzyp.com.au and be sure to say hi on Twitter at: RachelKurzyp

Dining with a difference: training young refugees for work in the hospitality industry Community Development NGOs Social entrepreneurs Youth 

Dining with a difference: training young refugees for work in the hospitality industry

Scarf is a Melbourne-based social enterprise that is adding a little flavour and heart into the hospitality industry by providing training, mentoring and employment to marginalised youth, including refugees and asylum seekers, who may not otherwise be able to find jobs. Co-founder Hannah Colman talks to Rachel Kurzyp about Scarf's work and extends a dinner invitation to WhyDev readers.