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KJR Collaborates with MOB to Empower Youth Through Technology

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Recently, KJR had the opportunity to kick off an 8-week tech program at Men of Business Academy (MOB), where we educated students about the applications of drones in technology projects. Our team members, Tim Moloney and Zac Jensen, showcased KJR’s drone technology projects and then conducted a training session. The students explored a variety of potential career paths in the drone industry through a practical presentation. Tim Moloney shared his enthusiasm about the experience:

Guiding these young men through flying drones was an absolute joy. Men of Business is truly making a difference with their impactful initiatives. Here's to the bright futures I believe this program will unlock for these boys.

This marks the second occasion that KJR has participated in this technology initiative with MOB. We at KJR are deeply committed to supporting community programs like MOB, which make a real difference in the lives of young people.

Who’s MOB

The MOB Academy on the Gold Coast provides Year 11 and 12 boys with alternative educational options beyond traditional schooling. Established in 2011, the Academy offers leadership and mentoring programs aimed at fostering brighter futures for these young men. So far, they have inspired and helped over 1000 young men. The founder, Marco Renai, has earned recognition as Queensland of the Year for his significant contributions to youth education. 

We are excited to continue our partnership with MOB and other organisations, committed to empower young minds and enhance community wellbeing through technological and educational advancements.

Explore more of our community projects

KJR actively supports a variety of organisations and societies across technology, business, and sports. We value our partnerships, including those with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, and strive to contribute through technological innovation. Our involvement includes:

  • Substation33 & Outlook: KJR promotes e-waste recycling and sustainable employment assistance for people from marginalised backgrounds and those with disabilities.
  • Kinaway: KJR supports local VIC Indigenous businesses and facilitates the development of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander businesses.
  • Women in Technology at QUT: KJR provides support and mentorship services for driven female students.
  • University Queensland Computing Society (UQCS): KJR partners with UQCS to educate students on cutting-edge technologies.
  • ANU Australian Football Club Leadership Scholarship: Since 2021, KJR has offered a three-year scholarship, valued at $5,000 per year, providing leadership and career development opportunities to a student at ANU.
  • Radiant Life College: Focusing on STEM education, KJR conducted technology training utilising our drone and AI technology for Indigenous students.
  • Indigenous Australian Datathon (IAD): As a tech partner of the IAD for three consecutive years, KJR provides opportunities to address unique challenges in Indigenous communities using our practical technologies.

At KJR, we are dedicated to making a positive impact on society through technology. It is our mission to foster community advancements for a sustainable future. 

Find out more on our CSR initiatives here