OLMC Parramatta works with a range of partners to ensure our students have limitless possibilities during their time at the College.

Our Partner Network - We have established strong partnerships with several organisations, all of whom have supported various initiatives and provided unique opportunities to our students.

Western Sydney University

WSU has engaged with OLMC in an extensive range of initiatives. OLMC students have participated in master classes with WSU academic staff, use of WSU facilities such as the Engineering Innovation Hub in Parramatta and we are a participant in the Young People In Science research project and AcademyU program.

Our partnership with WSU has included many activities, including presentations, workshops and participation in projects.

VenuesLive! NSW

VenuesLive administer the stadium in Parramatta. OLMC students have experienced work placements for VET Hospitality and VET Business Services and several students have been inducted for casual work at VenuesLive events.

VenuesLive! NSW operate Commbank Stadium in Parramatta and Stadium Australia at Sydney Olympic Park. These venues run an extensive range of events, including games played by the National Rugby League, the A-League, world-class concerts, industry conferences and major dinners and events. We are pleased that our students will be able to access opportunities to build skills across a vast range of business, event management and hospitality activities.

Western Sydney Women

Western Sydney Women has provided mentoring and expertise on a range of entrepreneurial initiatives at the College. In 2022, OLMC students are taking part in ‘Building Futures Not Followers – Young Women’s Financial Freedom’, a NSW Government funded pilot program. Western Sydney Women also provide connections to a suite of networks, individuals and initiatives in the region, with the clear goal of supporting women to succeed in any of their pursuits.

Museum of Arts and Applied Sciences (MAAS)

The College has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with MAAS to explore projects, initiatives and events relating to STEM and the Humanities, as well as preparing the way for the opening of the Parramatta Powerhouse in 2025. MAAS currently run the Powerhouse Ultimo, Museums Discovery Centre in Castle Hill and the Sydney Observatory.

The Parramatta Powerhouse will be the first major cultural institution in Western Sydney. OLMC students and staff will take part in a range of activities to assist the Powerhouse in connecting with the local community and support its aims to be a major contributor to the education precinct in Parramatta.