New South Wales
Help young people realise their potential What do Youth Workers do? Youth Workers assist and guide young people facing a variety of problems, including social, educational, welfare, behavioural,
Goals are good Going through the process of setting goals could help you to combat anxiety, improve your mental focus and increase your chances of successfully getting what you want.
Who am I? It’s a pretty scary question – who am I? Before you can start looking towards the future, you need to know what stage you’re at right
Help diagnose and treat illnesses What do Radiographers do? Radiographers are medical professionals who use a variety of technology to produce high quality medical images. They use a
First day nerves? The good news is we’ve all been there, and we’ve all made it through okay. Everyone understands how you’re feeling and nobody in their right mind will
Access to affordable accommodation is a significant barrier that impacts on Aboriginal tertiary education rates across New South Wales. The grants will provide eligible Aboriginal students with assistance to source affordable accommodation options.
Bond University is committed to providing opportunities in tertiary education for Indigenous Australians, including an Indigenous pathway into its Medical Program, which comprises a Bachelor of Medical Studies and Doctor of Medicine.
In 2020 New England and Hunter Valley region law firms and UNE Bachelor of Laws alumni were contacted regarding supporting a new scholarship at UNE for law students who need financial assistance to complete their studies. Several generous UNE Bachelor
The University of Newcastle Academic High Performers Scholarship Program recognises the exceptional achievements and outstanding dedication of the high achieving applicants, across a range of cohorts, who are commencing their first undergraduate degree with University of Newcastle.
Artology’s music programs give young people (aged 12-23) real-life experiences with an opportunity to engage with professional composers, conductors and youth orchestras around Australia. If you’re a budding composer or
Little Stories Big Ideas is a writing competition for Australian Secondary School Students. As part of the comp, students write a story in 100 words or less to a specific
YIS’ annual flagship event is the Global Stock Pitch Competition. This competition is the culmination of investment skills gained during the year and provides High School students hands-on mentoring in
The Big Science Competition is open to students in years 7-10 of all abilities from Australian and international schools, including students who are home schooled. The competition is a 50
The Future Leaders Photography Prize is designed to recognize talented young photographers. Year 12 students are invited to submit digital photographic work (one photograph for each student). The work submitted
Discover your purpose and worship God with your work. Our bootcamp is open to students in Years 11 and 12, and curious learners/aspiring entrepreneurs of all ages. This 5 day Bootcamp will help you clarify your purpose, through a series
SQA is partnering with Qubit X Qubit to bring an innovative one-week summer virtual camp for students in Years 9 – 12 and recent school leavers, from January 17 – 21 2022. This program aims to: expand awareness of quantum
When you enrol in a Short Course you experience the National Art School’s unique learning environment and studio-based arts education with hands-on tuition and technical and conceptual approaches to learning. You will be taught and inspired by professional artist-educators who
Step into the world of surreal cyber wastelands and 3D art. Presented by the Powerhouse and TAFE NSW, the Creative Studio is a free digital and creative skills workshop for high-school students in Western Sydney. Aimed at students from years
Deciding where to study is a huge decision, so it’s important that you get all the information you need. Macquarie University is inviting prospective students to register for Explore Your Options. From Monday 17 to Friday 28 January 2022, Macquarie
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