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VR Team Building for Schools Impacted by Lockdown

VR Team Building for Schools Impacted by Lockdown

With hundreds of schools switching back to remote learning, the mental health issues connected to loss of connectivity, fun, interaction and engagement with friends and fellow students is once again dramatically impacted. In 2020, schools in NSW and VIC with students ranging from years 8 – 12 participated in the web-based virtual reality team building …

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Help Supporting your Tweens and Teens During CoVid and Lockdowns

Help Supporting your Tweens and Teens During CoVid and Lockdowns

As a parent it’s always hard to see your children going through a struggle. It’s even worse when you feel like there’s not much that you can do about it. COVID has been affecting our children for over 18 months now and the new normal can take its toll. In addition, each time there’s a …

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Lockdown Resources for students

Lockdown Resources for students

There’s no doubt about it, lock downs are tough, for so many reasons. Students might be finding it particularly tough to stay motivated and on track with their studies. Year 11 and 12’s understandably may be particularly stressed out. We’ll keep updating you whenever possible with news from the universities and TAC’s that could encourage them …

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ABC Education Resources

Looking for some great content you can use in the classroom, whether you’re teaching in class or virtually? ABC Education is packed with a whole heap of videos, lessons, articles, and heaps more content, all mapped to the Australian curriculum. And the best part is they’re all free to use. ABC Education has content for …

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School Camps and Excursions - why they matter

School Camps and Excursions – why they matter

Sue Fitcher, owner and operator of Getaway Trekking has kindly written this guest article: Highlighting the multiple benefits of School camps and excursions for high school students, even in the aftermath of COVID, you could be inspired to organise your own school event.   I have a challenge for you   Ask yourself how many …

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Link and Launch

Some students finish Year 12 and just seem to know what’s next. They’re getting a job or apprenticeship, going to TAFE, or heading straight into uni. But after 13 years of making your way through school, sometimes it’s hard to make the next step. And guess what? That’s totally ok. And even better, there is …

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From Brazil to Bond – Biomedical Science and becoming a doctor

It was a high school exchange that set Caio Christiansen’s journey to the Bond Medical Program in motion. Now, the future doctor is a Grenby Family Beyond Bond Medal winner in Year 2 of his medical studies who aspires to one day practice in a rural community. Caio grew up in San Paolo, Brazil and …

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How you could benefit from School Excursions and Camps

How you could benefit from School Excursions and Camps

Owner and Operator of Getaway Trekking Sue Fitcher has many years experience in leading school treks. She was kind enough to take some time to write an article for us about the benefits you could gain from experiences like these. If you haven’t yet considered grabbing the opportunity to go on school camps and excursions,  …

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ANSTO’s National Science Week Hackathon 2021

Ready, steady, hack: ANSTO’s National Science Week Hackathon is back – and you’re invited! Bring innovation to your classroom with this free, fast-paced, virtual hackathon for Australian students in years 7-11 on an important topic. Because it’s the United Nations’ International Year of Fruits and Vegetables, the National Science Week theme Food: Different by Design …

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Spill the Beans ASPiRE Entrepreneurship Program

ASPiRE is an Entrepreneur In Residence (EIR) program, matching entrepreneurs with schools to assist with their entrepreneurship/business programs. The EIR is a voluntary position for a 6 month term with an option to renew – helping to mentor students, volunteering their time and assisting in the development of transferable entrepreneurial skills in students, ultimately helping …

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Tax Time for Teachers

It’s that time of the year again – time to submit your tax return. As a teacher, there are certain things you may or may not be able to claim as expenses. If you’re feeling a bit overwhelmed by what to do, don’t worry. The ATO has provided a handy information sheet covering some of …

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Opportunities for STEM lovers

Opportunities for STEM lovers

Are you a high school student who’s passionate about STEM and looking for more chances to learn and connect with like-minded peers around Australia, and the world. Or, perhaps you’re looking for opportunities to get your work published, enter competitions, or a find a mentor? Sciencious could be a great platform to further your exploration …

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Report into Parental Engagement | Study Work Grow

Report into Parental Engagement | Study Work Grow

Why parent engagement matters   There are currently half a million Year 11 and 12 students in Australia. Research shows that parents are the most significant influence in determining students’ post-school career pathways, (even when they’re uniformed). So to create an effective careers or transitions program for your senior students, including their parents is going …

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Women in Music Mentor Program

The Women in Music Mentor program is a nation-wide mentoring and training program aimed at empowering women in the Australian music industry. With a focus on developing skills in contract negotiation, financial literacy, marketing and leadership, the program will pair mentees with mentors based on the goals the mentee wishes to achieve. Mentors commit to …

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NAIDOC #RunSweatInspire Festival

The #RunSweatInspire Festival is an annual virtual running and walking event in celebration of NAIDOC Week from 4 – 11 July 2021.  This year’s NAIDOC Week theme is ‘Heal Country!’. Join us in getting moving and acknowledging and learning more about this beautiful country!  The beauty of a virtual event means its your run (or …

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ADF Long Tan Youth Leadership & Teamwork Awards

The ADF Long Tan Youth Leadership and Teamwork Awards started in 2006 to recognise students who demonstrate leadership and teamwork within both the school and the broader local community. At the same time, they recognise those who display strong values, such as doing one’s best, respect for others and “mateship”, characteristics that are integral to …

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Sail with the Young Endeavour

Aged 16-23 and looking for a new challenge? Join tall ship Young Endeavour for an unforgettable adventure! Test yourself as you learn to navigate, set sails and climb the 30 metre mast. Develop your confidence, teamwork and communication skills and make new friends. Young Endeavour undertakes around 20 eleven day voyages each year, mostly along …

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Open Day Checklists

These checklists have been created as a simple visual reminder for your students who would like to go to university and could benefit from attending Open Days. You might like to use them as part of a lesson or group discussion, or they could a handout for students or parents that’s useful in conjunction with …

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Blue Peanut Virtual Medicine Work Experience and Interview Courses

Blue Peanut are an organisation based in the UK who have recognised the need for Medicine applicants to get relevant work experience and help with acing their medicine applications. Although it’s based in the UK, they offer virtual work experience programs, as well as intensive medical school interview courses, taught online by live interactive webinar. …

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UQ’s InspireU Program

The InspireU Program is designed to engage and inspire young Indigenous high school students to further your studies at university and broaden your career possibilities. You can participate in on-campus residential camps, where you’ll get to explore future career and study options. The InspireU Program brings Indigenous high school students from across the state for …

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Work Experience Checklists

These checklists are designed as a simple step-by-step guide to help your students organise and maximise their work experience opportunities.  Encouraging them to be proactive and think about all the aspects involved in planning, organising taking part in, and reflecting on their work experience placement. They could be used as part of a lesson or …

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Gap Year Programs and COVID-19

Thinking about planning a Gap Year but unsure about how your plans may be interrupted? Lots of Gap Year providers are aware that students are nervous about putting down a deposit but also anxious to make plans for late 2021 and 2022, but they are keen to reassure students that they’re still planning programs for …

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Australian Olympic Change-Maker

The Australian Olympic Change-Maker program recognises and rewards students who are demonstrating the Olympic spirit through leadership and driving positive change in their communities. Entries are open to all Australian high schools, and teachers are invited to nominate up to two students per school from years 10-12 who demonstrate the Olympic Spirit. ​ This can …

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YMCA Canberra Space Squad

The Space Squad program is Australia’s best residential holiday program for students in years 2 – 12. It is designed to ignite and fuel that spark of passion for space and STEM-based careers, robotics, engineering and astronomy. Across 5 action-packed days, we plunge our cadets into the space industry where they will learn about space …

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Skillsroad Teacher and Careers Advisor Toolkit

Skillsroad are excited to announce the launch of their comprehensive Teacher and Careers Advisor Toolkit – a jam-packed resource to support educators with career planning. What you get: A series of lesson plans designed to help students in planning for their career journey. Advice on organising a careers day at your school and work experience …

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TAFE NSW Schools Launchpad

TAFE NSW Schools Launchpad is a different way to think about school and TAFE-delivered Vocational Education and Training (TVET). TAFE NSW are offering 20 virtual courses that combine teacher-led virtual classrooms with workshops and work placements across a range of exciting career areas within growth industries. These new virtual teacher-led courses help build practical job …

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Resources for Parents of Teens

Resources for Parents of Teens

Parenting can be really rewarding, but it can also be tricky, and occasionally really hard. So it’s understandable that sometimes parents want to seek out support or advice. With access to the internet and social media, sometimes all that advice can seem a bit overwhelming and finding the right experts becomes a minefield.   How …

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Talking Virtual Work Experience with Grandshake

Talking Virtual Work Experience with Grandshake

Virtual work experience is on the rise. Traditional work experience is still around, but it can be challenging to find a placement, let alone ones in the industry at the top of your preference list. And that’s before pandemics come into play. Virtual Work Experience could make it easier for you to access opportunities in …

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Day of STEM

The Day of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) is an online program designed to inspire students to pursue STEM careers, by providing a firsthand look at the fields they’re most interested in. Students get to experience a day in the life of a professional, granting them invaluable insights into the life that awaits them. …

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Respectful Relationships Education

Respectful Relationships is about creating the social change that’s needed in order to prevent gender-based violence. The aim is to provide students in classrooms the skills and knowledge to address the attitudes, behaviours, structures and practises that have contributed to a society where gender-based violence is the norm. Working together to stop violence before it …

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Join the Arts Unit’s Student Voices in the Arts Council

The Arts Unit’s Student Voices in the Arts Council (SVAC) is an opportunity for students to advocate for and articulate the value of the arts for themselves and others. Expressions of interest are open for new council members in 2021. All meetings are held online and applications are open to any NSW Public School students …

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National Careers Week Information Sheets

National Careers Week have developed some great resources you can provide to students. They have created a variety of information sheets on different sections of careers development, including resume writing, interviews, networking, skills, self-awareness, and much more. The sheets can be downloaded for free from the National Careers Week website here: https://careersweek.com.au/resources/ The 2021 National …

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Gap Year

A gap year with no travel

What’s a gap year?   A gap year is traditionally when students who have just finished Year 12 take a year off before heading off to university or full-time work. And as you probably know, most people love to spend their gap year travelling. While it’s great seeing the world and meeting new people, it’s …

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Mission Australia Youth Survey

The 2021 Mission Australia Youth Survey is now open. The Mission Australia Youth Survey is Australia’s largest online youth survey, providing a platform for young people aged 15 to 19 to ‘speak up’ about the issues that really concern them. The survey closes on 9 August, with results to be analysed and released before the …

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Join the Tasmanian Youth Parliament

The Tasmanian Youth Parliament Program provides young Tasmanians with an opportunity to develop their skills in advocacy, their understanding of democratic processes, and their knowledge of local and global political issues. Over the course of a week, participants will engage with a variety of educational workshops, speakers’ panels, policy development exercises and social activities, as …

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Careers Resources for Students with Disabilities

Careers Resources for Students with Disabilities

Certain disabilities could make it trickier for you to achieve your goals if you’ve already got a specific career in mind. But there are usually pathways and options to consider, so that even if in the worst case you need to adjust your goals, those options could provide you with similar results and possibly help …

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UQ Soils for Science

Soils for Science is an Australian-first citizen science program dedicated to finding new antibiotics needed in the fight against the scourge of drug-resistant infections, better known as superbugs. You can help find the next antibiotic by participating in Soils for Science. You will be sent a soil kit, which you use to collect a sample …

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Spark their Future

Spark their Future is a resource developed by the Queensland Government to help parents connect with their children and help them find passion in their school and life. By supporting their child’s spark and unique interests, parents can help their child build resilience, enhanced sense of self and build relevance and meaning in their education. …

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STEM 2021: On Demand

STEM 2021: On Demand is a unique, online, on demand event bringing Australian educators and STEM professionals TED-style talks from world-renowned experts on creativity, innovation and STEM. STEM 2021: On Demand brings together some of Australia’s and the world’s experts on creativity, innovation, education and STEM. The online and on demand event is made up …

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Impact Youth Reimagined

Are you aged between 12-24 and passionate about creating a better world? Are you looking for an opportunity to create a collaborative community of like-minded young people united in their mission to amplify youth voice?’ Are you available to attend four (school) days of face-to-face workshops in Brisbane during May and June? If you answered …

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Career Poster Pack | Study Work Grow

Study Work Grow Career Poster Pack

Motivate your students and colour in your notice board with these three (3) engaging career posters. This pack includes three premium A3 posters, shipped to your school or address anywhere in Australia. The three posters include: Interview Tips – Simple ideas to help your students ace their interviews. Gap Years – This poster gives them …

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CareerTrackers Indigenous Internship Program

CareerTrackers links Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students from year 12 and throughout university with employers related to their aspirations for paid, multi-year internships. They provide world-class training throughout your academic career and will connect you with a global network of like-minded Indigenous professionals. Throughout your academic journey, a dedicated Advisor will help you define …

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The Real Future of Work (and how to respond)

Join CDAA for a three-part program combining expert presenters, workshop discussion and a concluding webinar, delivered over a month from early April to early May 2021. What is a realistic forecast for the future of work in Australia? What strategies and tools will help career practitioners best respond? Learn how your colleagues are responding to …

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Career Expos happening in 2021

Career Expos happening in 2021

What are Career Expos?   Careers expos (also known as job fairs) are events that where industries, employers and recruiters are able to share information with high school or uni students who are all potential employees.   Attending Career Expos could benefit you   If you’re at high school, they are an excellent way to explore …

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Help Shape City of Darwin’s Youth Strategy

Council wants to work collaboratively with the community, young people and their families to develop Youth Strategy 2022 – 2026 and create a city where young people are supported to achieve their potential. Our Youth Strategy 2022-2026 will drive the strategic direction of Council’s work in relation to young people, consolidate achievements and strengths of …

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Yanalangami Indigenous Female Changemaker Program

Do you know or are you an Indigenous Female Changemaker who should join our exciting program? We invite you to apply or nominate an Indigenous woman who makes her community a better place. Who should apply or be nominated? Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women who: Are inspiring Work endlessly to bring positive impacts to …

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Apply for the Get Active Kids Voucher Program

The Get Active Kids Voucher Program helps eligible families get their kids involved in organised sport and recreation activities by reimbursing the cost of membership and registration fees, uniforms and equipment. Eligible children may be able to receive up to $200 each. To be eligible your child/dependant must be: aged 4 to 18 years at …

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Torrens University Australia Career Crush Quiz

Want to turn your natural talents into a dream job? The Torrens University Australia Career Crush is an online quiz that reveals students’ personal strengths, passions and aspirations to match you with the careers and courses you’re most compatible with. Career Crush not only delivers a personality profile, compatible careers and courses, but also throws …

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Free Earth Hour Lesson Plans and Resources

WWF-Australia has partnered with Cool Australia to develop free, downloadable lesson plans and resources to help bring Earth Hour into your classroom. These curriculum-aligned resources introduce and explore important environmental topics like climate change, support learning online and at school, and provide units suitable for Early Learning, Primary and Secondary students. Explore and download Earth …

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Bunya to the Bay 2021

Bunya to the Bay is an award winning educational experience grounded in aboriginal culture and heritage that follows the Brisbane River from the source to the sea. A group of 40 selected students relay in teams to walk, cycle and canoe over 340 km of challenging river terrain. Scientific, personal, social, and adventure learning experiences …

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Apply for the Outback Queensland Education Experience Program

The Outback Queensland Education Experience Program was established in 2011 to encourage teachers to take their students to Outback Queensland and integrate its rich history and heritage into school learning. It provides the opportunity for students to learn from and give back to Outback communities by experiencing life on the land. The scheme provides a …

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Children’s Rights Queensland – Young Leaders Challenge

The Young Leaders Challenge is targeted at high school aged students that show leadership potential. This is a free program developed by the Children’s Rights Queensland and its professional network. The program features: Short online training units for students to complete in their own time Resources to assist students complete their projects Opportunities for students …

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Listen to the Fierce Girls Podcast

From athletes to aviators, scientists to spies. From the deep blue sea to the dark, black skies. Australia is full of girls who dare to do things differently. Adventurous girls. Girls with guts and spirit. You know what they are? They’re fierce. And these are their stories. Join the amazing Amy Shark, Yael Stone, Dame …

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Career Classroom Activities

Career Worksheet – World of Work Activities

These worksheets could help your students think about all of the different types of places that people work. They’ll need to think about the range of workplaces they have seen and experienced, and then be encouraged to place themselves into possible future workplaces. These activities could be used in class, incorporated into career counselling preparation, …

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Purpose Project launch in Sydney

Did you know that 1 in 2 students have no idea what they’re going to do after school? Or that in 1 in 3 young Australians are unemployed or underemployed after their studies? The Purpose Project has launched 3 new programs in 2021 for high schools in Greater Sydney to enable every student to pursue …

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Join the YMCA Western Australian Youth Parliament

YMCA Youth Parliament is a national project that gives young people a chance to stand up in Parliament and have their voices heard. The program aims to educate, empower and encourage young people to take an active role in their community by contributing the views of their electorate at a state level. All Western Australians …

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Join the YMCA South Australia Youth Parliament

YMCA South Australia Youth Parliament is a non-partisan program providing a platform for young people aged 15 – 25 to have their say on important issues, build skills and parliamentary understanding. It focuses on personal development, empowerment and connecting politicians and decision makers with youth voices and opinions. The Youth Parliament program runs from March …

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Join the Y NSW Youth Parliament

The Y NSW Youth Parliament is an empowerment and advocacy program that provides a platform for young people to have their voices heard through legislative debate and decision making. Aimed at young people in years 10, 11 and 12 or equivalent age throughout the state, the Y NSW Youth Parliament highlights the power of young …

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Respectful Relationships Education Toolkit

This Toolkit has been created by Our Watch to support schools in delivering Respectful relationships education, and was developed as part of the Respectful relationships education in Schools (RREiS) pilot. The RREiS pilot supported 19 schools from across Victoria to embed a whole school approach to Respectful relationships education while also delivering the Department of Education and …

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YEA! Youth Exchange Australia

YEA! Youth Exchange Australia is a leadership-focused domestic exchange program for Australian high school students. A YEA! Program gives you the opportunity to participate in a domestic exchange program complemented by a leadership workshop and project to equip you with the skills to become a leader of tomorrow. YEA! is all about experiencing Australia at …

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University of Sydney HSC Society and Culture Support

To help support Year 12 HSC Society and Culture students, the University of Sydney is running expert consultations with Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences for PIP Projects. These 15 minute virtual consultation sessions aim to support Year 12 HSC Society and Culture students with their personal interest projects. The one-on-one consultation sessions will be …

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Join the Young Indigenous Women’s STEM Academy

The Young Indigenous Women’s STEM Academy gives young Indigenous women the tools and support they need to succeed in an exciting STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) career. Open to girls in year 8 and 11, the program supports students from high school right through to when they graduate from uni. You get to participate …

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Cool Kids – Taking Control

Cool Kids – Taking Control is an online self-help program to help children aged 7-12 to cope with bullying and manage anxiety. The program is based on the Cool Kids face-to-face program which typically costs $500. However, if you participate in this trial the program can be accessed free of charge. Difficulty managing anxiety is …

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Apply for the Yamaha Great Start Grant

The Great Start Grant is an annual, by-application award of musical instruments and equipment gifted to a school to get their music program off the ground. Music is widely accepted as a valuable and meaningful part of a child’s education. Unfortunately, in Australia, not every school offers continuous, sequential education in music. By creating a …

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FNQ Stage Mentoring Experience

Aspiring stage professionals from the Cassowary Coast, Tablelands, Etheridge, Douglas Shire and Cairns areas are invited to apply for an opportunity to get hands-on experience working alongside the many technical professionals and coordinators of this year’s Cairns Children’s Festival to be held 15 and 16 May. Successful applicants from the regions will be offered free …

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ReachOut Checklist to Help Your Teen Transition to High School

The transition to high school can be scary for both parents and their children. Suddenly your child is the little fish in the big pond again and there are new rules and responsibilities for you both to learn. You can help make the transition as smooth as possible by using ReachOut’s Transition to High School …

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Careers with STEM Indigenous

Careers with STEM has launched their first Indigenous-only student career guide, launched to inspire young Indigenous students in Australia and New Zealand to pursue STEM courses and careers. The magazine celebrates and showcases the science, technology, engineering and maths that busts stereotypes about who works in STEM and what those jobs look like, while providing …

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Exhibit Your Work in Light up the Lane

Light up the Lane is the City of Hobart’s premier digital youth arts festival which transforms the city by projecting digital work onto buildings, fences, windows, doors, footpaths and anywhere else we can. The event is an opportunity for our community to celebrate the skill, passion and creativity of young artists, transforming the urban landscape …

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Defence Force FitPrep Program

For people who are looking to enter the defence force, but require additional support and development with fitness, confidence, and resilience, there is an alternative pathway. Redesigned in 2020, the Fitness, Confidence & Resilience Preparation (FitPrep) Program is now available to both women and men looking to join the ADF who might need a bit …

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Zoom Interview Tips

Zoom Interview Tips

Although video and phone interviews have both been around for a long time, in the post-2020/COVID era, Zoom and the like have never been more popular. In some instances, this method of interviewing may have replaced physical interviews because it’s just easier all around. We’ve put together a few of the top Zoom interview tips …

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Join the NSW Public Schools Aboriginal Dance Company

Applications for the 2021 Aboriginal Dance Company are open. This is an ensemble for students who have ability, talent and experience performing contemporary and traditional cultural dance. Students in the Aboriginal Dance Company experience exciting opportunities to perform, learn new skills and build relationships with others from across the state. If you are in Year …

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Fast Track for Top Teachers to Become Principals

For the first time the State’s best teachers will have an opportunity to fast track their careers and become principals in half the time. Each year 30 excelling teachers and 20 teaching graduates can apply to participate in a new NSW government program to turbo-charge their careers to the level of principal within 10 years. …

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Are you sitting the UCAT Test in 2021?

Are you sitting the UCAT Test in 2021?

UCAT have some fantastic free resources to help you prepare for the exam. They say: “We advise you to prepare for the UCAT using the free official practice materials which have been developed by the UCAT Consortium. We believe that everyone should have access to free preparation materials to support their test preparation. The resources …

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I am Media Smart

Body image concerns are a serious problem for many young people. I am Media Smart is a research trial of two versions of Media Smart Online, a fully confidential program found to help people both with body image concerns as well as those already showing signs of an eating disorder. The trial is open to …

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Safe on Social Toolkit

Safe on Social Toolkits provide schools and parents with an array of resources developed by leading cyber safety experts and offers the most current and engaging online safety information available. There are toolkits made for both schools and parents. The school toolkit includes: 50+ Easy to Understand Teacher Cheat Sheets Monthly Parent Resources Alerts on …

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Enter the CITYLIFE Platform Youth Week Exhibition

Are you a young Darwin artist looking for opportunities to show your work? City of Darwin’s CITYLIFE Platform Youth Week exhibition may be for you! The CITYLIFE Platform consists of 10 large lightboxes installed across three sites in Darwin, at the Nightcliff Pool, Chinatown Carpark and Smith Street Mall. It offers artists a great opportunity …

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University Co-op Scholarships

These sought-after scholarships do much more than cover your finances. You’ll get access to exclusive leadership and development programs, internships and work experience, as well as a host of other benefits that will transform your university experience. But each university has a unique system – different eligibility criteria, application process and deadline. We’re working hard …

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