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NDIS | SA/NT Pathways to Post School Life Information Session

The National Disability Insurance Agency would like to invite SA/NT students with a disability in Years 10-12, their parents, carers and education professionals to attend a virtual information session on building skills and paving a pathway to post-school life. This session will provide an opportunity to discuss NDIS-funded supports and other assistance to help young …

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Youth Navigators Tasmania

Youth Navigators provide young Tasmanians with individualised, holistic, targeted support when navigating the world of employment, education and training post year 12. A Youth Navigator helps young school leavers find opportunities in further education, training and jobs. They have people located in Hobart, Launceston, Burnie and Devonport. They also provide outreach to regional areas. They …

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KYD School Writing Prize

The KYD School Writing Prize gives a voice to young Australians. In 2022, we are seeking entries from students that explore the idea of ‘hope’ in Australia and the world at large. We are looking for writing that responds to this theme as widely and creatively as possible in the following genres: Short fiction Essays …

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AGSA | Neo Summer Daze

Launch into Sunmmer at Neo! Think big aerosol murals, karaoke and high energy sounds from Phylo, JT BLUE and MoZzi. Hand-paint your own chromatic tote with Mali Allen-Place, pick up some skills in Auslan, and learn the ropes of traditional Ngarrindjeri & Ngadjuri weaving with Tarnanthi artist Sonya Rankine. Explore the Tarnanthi exhibition by jumping …

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Youth Writing Saturdays

For young writers at any stage of development. Youth Writing Saturdays is a FREE, monthly creative writing workshop for young writers at all skill levels. Whether you’re a self-publishing savant or a bookworm who wants to write, come along to meet your tribe. Grades 7-9 generally meet on the second Saturday of each month from …

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Healing Arc Youth Circle

Healing Arc will be hosting their first ever Youth Circle for girls aged 12 to 16. A place for girls to inspire, empower, learn and share through creative and mindful activities in a safe and sacred space.

Gig 101

Are you a musician aged 12 – 25? Wanting to know how to get more gigs? Need help with networking? Gig 101 is designed especially for you. Topics will include: Performance & Stage Skills Press Kits Promotion Media Content Creation Gig Opportunities

Game Devs Unite

City of Palmerston are excited to sponsor 15 young people aged 15 to 25 to participate in Palmy Game Dev Program. Hosted by Dylan Bennett from Larrikin Interactive and supported by Level Up Esports they will be running a 9 week program teaching you how to create your very own computer game.

Financial Wellbeing Youth Design Challenge

Young people need to be able to navigate the world of finance so they can make good decisions and plan for the future. Financial skills are important both professionally and personally, yet for many people money isn’t something we talk about or really understand how to manage. Equipping young people with essential financial skills will …

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Westpac Youth Impact Challenge

The Westpac Youth Impact Challenge is a nationwide initiative open to all young people around Australia aged 7 to 21 years. The Challenge aims to help young Australians solve problems in their local communities. To take part in the Challenge, participants must identify a local problem and brainstorm an innovative business or social change idea …

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The Genius Generation Podcast

The Genius Generation podcast is a deep-dive into one incredible invention, entrepreneurial pursuit, or discovery per episode and the young person behind it. Did you know that the trampoline was invented by a 16-year-old? That popsicles, snowmobiles, and even the Braille language were also invented by young people? In this podcast we’re talking to innovative …

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FWO | Workplace rights and entitlements for young workers including international students

Young workers, including international students, have workplace rights and responsibilities. The Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) is Australia’s workplace regulator. It helps employees and employers understand their rights and responsibilities under Australian workplace laws and works with parties to resolve workplace issues. The FWO’s services are FREE to all employees and employers in Australia. In this …

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Youth Arts & Recreation Centre – School Holidays Program

Youth Arts & Recreation Centre are holding a series of fun and free workshops during the September/October School Holidays. Workshops include: Hip Hop Dance Sushi Making Drama Club Stencil Art Tie-Dye T-Shirts Cartooning T-Shirt Printing Video Games Day

How to Adult Workshops

‘How to Adult’ is back! This time we are partnering with Zesty Productions, headspace Darwin, Somerville, Louise Ellen Kaiser, Anglicare NT and Youthworx NT to ensure you are getting the most up to date information from the experts. This is a drop-in program. You can attend all or some of the sessions, based on what …

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Launch Darwin | VR Film Lab

Young film making enthusiasts are invited to join us for a this free 4-day school holiday intensive, exploring the world of VR film making. Workshops will cover VR film production from scratch, including 360 video recording, video editing, audio refinement, creative writing and experimental filmmaking.

Rockhampton Youth Parliament

Schools from the Rockhampton and surrounding regions are invited to nominate up to 10 Year 5 or Year 6 students to participate in the Rockhampton Youth Parliament, which will be held Wednesday November 24 2021. The Youth Parliament is an exciting opportunity for students to debate a motion on a youth issue or speak in …

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Warwick Youth Parliament

Schools from the Warwick and surrounding regions are invited to nominate up to 10 Year 5 or Year 6 students to participate in the Warwick Youth Parliament, which will be held Thursday November 11 2021. The Youth Parliament is an exciting opportunity for students to debate a motion on a youth issue or speak in …

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Learn the Fundamentals of Self-awareness with Grandshake

Grandshake’s 40-minute Fundamentals of Self-Awareness microprogram is a step-by-step guide to jumpstarting your personal development, and becoming the person you want to be. Learn how to identify healthy and unhealthy patterns of behaviour and emotions; how to overcome common barriers to mindfulness; and how to accept yourself. This program contains practical strategies and exercises to …

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Young Justice Program, Wollongong

Young Justice is an annual program run by NSW Young Lawyers which offers school students an opportunity to explore, learn and discuss issues of law and justice with inspiring professionals and experts in the legal industry. During the program, students will: Explore three very different types of legal careers presented by young legal professionals. Learn …

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2022 Commonwealth Youth Awards

The process is now open to make nominations for the 2022 Commonwealth Youth Awards, which offer successful candidates international recognition and cash prizes. The aim of the awards is to celebrate the outstanding contributions by young people delivering development and progress in Commonwealth countries and communities towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). To submit …

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Inspiring Teen Bosses

If you think only old people get to be rich, think again. There are tons of inspiring young people out there turning their dreams into a reality. We’ve gathered a list of some inspiring teen bosses that might help spark your passion.   Bath bomb sisters   Teenage sisters Isabel and Caroline Bercaw were a …

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Aussie Student Inventions Competition

The 2021 Aussie Student Inventions Competition is now open to all primary and secondary students. In partnership with the producers of ‘Aussie Inventions That Changed The World’, the search is officially back on for Australia’s most innovative students. Your invention can be of any type, size or functionality. It could solve a problem, make life …

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Joseph has been in and out of youth detention since he was 13. Now he’s rapping about it.

Joseph Ebborn had spent a large part of his youth in detention. Now he is using his voice to share his experiences and hopefully help break the cycle. He spoke to the ABC about his experience. “Joseph started writing a diary and putting the words to music with the help of local rapper Riley Page, …

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AFS Global You Changemaker Program

AFS Global You Changemaker is a 12-week interactive virtual exchange program for teens (age 15-17) anywhere in the world, to develop global competence skills, create innovative social impact projects, and earn certification from the University of Pennsylvania Center for Social Impact Strategy. This is a global program and it is 100% online. It’s designed for …

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Grandshake Youth Surveys

Grandshake want to better understand young people’s needs and wants when it comes to work experience, career pathways and opportunities beyond school. We’d like to learn how organisations, like us, can better support healthy career exploration – passions, interests and career aspiration discovery – for young people. Over the next few weeks we will be …

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Blackbird Foundation Wildheart Microgrants

Blackbird Foundation are giving away $1,000 grants to young, passionate Wild Hearts working on creative projects in Australia or New Zealand. Whether you’re just starting out or working on your passion full time, Blackbird hopes these microgrants will supercharge your ambition and help you to take your passion to the next level. Criteria: You have …

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Youth Voice NT Competition

As part of the Youth Voice NT project, NTCOSS are developing a website, Facebook, and Instagram to share the experiences and stories of young people across the Territory. They are looking for creative content to share on the website, Facebook, and Instagram (art, songs, music, poetry, stories about yourself, drawings, and anything else you want …

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Darwin Symphony Orchestra Young Artists Program

A new Darwin Symphony Orchestra initiative, the Young Artists Program enables aspiring musicians to hone their skills with weekly classes, performances, and masterclasses. If you are aged thirteen to eighteen, and have an interest and dedication to developing your music skills, we want you to join this program. Each year, selected students will have access …

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AGSA | Neo Ultraviolet

Prepare for some electric energy at Neo Ultraviolet, for a night charged with glowing gallery discos, luminescent drawing in The Studio with Patch Theatre, image-making with Jenna Pippett, and a stellar line-up of teen musicians including James Beaumont, Tonix, Kyyo-T. Explore the latest wavelength of emerging artists in Neo’s 2021 SALA Exhibition, and meet the …

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Edstart Achievement Awards Program

The Edstart Achievement Awards Program acknowledges and rewards talented students from primary and secondary schools across Australia. Through this program, we’re aiming to support some of Australia’s extraordinary young minds across a range of disciplines. It’s a great opportunity for students to be recognised for their contributions and ambitions in an area that they are …

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Youth Arts & Recreation Centre – School Holidays Program

Youth Arts & Recreation Centre are holding a series of fun and free workshops during the July School Holidays. Workshops include: Hip Hop Dance Sushi Making Street Art Stencils Studio/Rap Pottery Cartooning T-Shirt Printing Basketball/Soccer

Youth Entrepreneurship – Innovation in Science & Technology Workshop

The Australian School of Entrepreneurship (ASE) with support from Inspiring Australia (ACT) will deliver a set of ‘Indigenous Agriculture Workshops’ in Reid, Australian Capital Territory during National Science Week 2021. The workshops are open to young people aged 8 to 21 years old, with a special focus on indigenous youth, and the $75 cost of …

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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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Get That Job! RSA Certificate

Looking for hospitality work? To work in a licenced venue you will need a RSA Certificate. The Responsible Service of Alcohol course teaches you about all the rules you need to know when serving alcohol. FREE! Lunch provided. Limited spots available, registration required. For ages 15-25. As this training is accredited you will be required …

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Get That Job! Barista Basics

Have fun learning how to make a great coffee! Participants will leave with basic but useful barista skills which can be added to their resume. This is a non-accredited course. The workshop will be held at International College of Advanced Education in Rapid Creek. Ages 15-25. There are two session to choose from: Wednesday 30 …

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AGSA | Neo Daydreams

Immerse yourself in all things surreal at Neo Daydreams, where imagination, experimental making, and otherworldly landscapes collide. Think dreamy pop tunes by teen musicians, experimental drawing labs with local artists, striking body art, and mystical oceanic photography for this unreal event, all in celebration of the latest exhibitions Dušan and Voitre Marek: Surrealists at sea …

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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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USC | eDiscovery School Holiday Program

At eDiscovery, young explorers and scientists collaborate with new friends and stretch their creativity through animating sumo robotic wrestlers and mapping and coding indoor micro drone adventures. In eDiscovery+ creatives will learn what it takes to become an actor, and budding ‘gardeners’ will grow colourful wildflowers.

Take the Kokoda Challenge

Test your endurance and have fun with a team of friends to help raise money for youth programs by taking the Kokoda Challenge. The Kokoda Challenge is designed to give you the experience of Australian soldiers who fought along the Kokoda trail in 1942. Push your physical and mental boundaries to complete the 17km, 48km, …

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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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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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Tasmanian Youth Forum 2021

Feedback from young people during recent consultations with YNOT identified access to reliable, affordable and safe transport as an incredibly important issue for young Tasmanians. Young people told YNOT that transport influences where they choose to live, and impacts their ability to access appropriate services and participate in their communities. Transport accessibility and timing, cost, …

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Help Me, Help You

Is there a young person in your life who is struggling, but you don’t know how to help? Maybe you’re worried about saying the wrong thing, or perhaps they don’t want to seek help? Join the headspace Osborne Park Youth Reference Group, headspace workers and the Stirling Youth Advocates to talk about how to start …

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Digital Mental Health Resources for Young People

Digital Mental Health (e-mental health) is services, programs or applications, delivered via online, mobile or phone based platforms, that may be self-driven or involve real time or delayed interaction with a clinician or other support person. Digital Mental Health services and programs allow Australians to access mental health information and support at any time and …

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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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Shine From Within Online Academy

A virtual community connecting teens with international experts and youth mentors to build confidence, life skills, creativity and more! Discover more about yourself and connect with other teens in this safe, nurturing and fun online space. Become a member now and get: New live classes each month on Zoom (creativity, productivity, activism, wellness, oh my!) …

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Future Voices

Speak your mind! Future Voices is a one-day workshop for young people aged 14-18 who are passionate about the issues that affect the future generations of Darwin and who want to improve their public speaking and performance skills. Facilitated by Thomas Midena from Corrugated Iron, 12 participants will attend two, two-hour workshops where they will …

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My Gender Equal Future Poster Competition

Imagine a future where everyone enjoys equal opportunities, choices, resources and services. A world that is better, safer and fairer for all of us, with balanced, more successful families, richer workplaces and healthier communities. Now show us! In partnership with Swinburne University and Knox City Council, PLEDGE will be holding a graphic poster competition. This …

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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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CDU | Youth Futures Workshop

Understand and discover the power you have in assessing your mental health! This alcohol and drug-free event is aligned with National Youth Week and will assist you in developing positive mental health and help build your self-esteem and resilience. Take part in activities with amazing youth leaders, who are students of CDU, and come from …

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TEDxYouth@Perth

TEDxYouth@Perth is for every young person in WA, whether they attend the event, or watch the livestream. Everyone is invited! This is where young thinkers, innovators, entrepreneurs, campaigners and change-makers from Perth and WA come together to celebrate ideas worth spreading and strive for a better future. With nine remarkable speakers, performers, short films, interactive …

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Courses for Teens at the Adelaide Central School of Art

Did you know that the Adelaide Central School of Art offers classes specifically for teens aged 13-17? You can learn about drawing, painting and sculpture in one of their short courses. Enrolments for Term 2 are available now. Check out the classes on offer: Teen Drawing Fundamentals: People & Animals with Alex Tue 4 May …

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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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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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Takeover Melbourne

Takeover Melbourne creates a powerful platform for young Melbournians to be heard. High school aged students are invited to share a story about their life and submit it to the Takeover Melbourne Competition. Entries for the 2021 competition open on March 25 and close June 25. Entries must be a true story about an aspect …

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Couch Surfing 2021

Anglicare NT and City of Darwin are holding couch surfing races again in 2021 to celebrate the resilience of young people affected by homelessness on National Youth Homelessness Matters Day. Local services, schools, young people and community members come together and show their support whilst learning about what young people can do when they find …

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Future Leaders Future Justice Award 2021

The Future Leaders Future Justice Award recognises Year 12 students who have shown leadership and initiative on intergenerational equity, future justice. Future justice is concerned with what those living today leave behind for future generations. Australian secondary schools are invited to nominate Year 12 students for the Award. n 2021, the award winner will receive …

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UN Youth | WA State Conference 2021

Join like-minded students for a weekend of leadership, diplomacy, and advocacy. Connect with issues that shape international discourse and challenge policy makers today. Form friendships with a diverse array of students from all around Western Australia and develop your skills in public-speaking, negotiation and critical thinking! State Conference is a three-day event that offers passionate …

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UN Youth | SA State Conference 2021

SA State Conference (SACON) brings high school students in Years 9-12 together from all over the state to learn about leadership, diplomacy and advocacy. In 2021, the theme of SACON is health! Spanning across three days, students will learn about the international health issues facing world leaders today and participate in the global conversation on …

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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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How to Adult Workshops

Celebrating the Youth Week theme #it’syourtomorrow, ‘How to Adult’ is back and even better! This time Yo Palmy are partnering with Amy Hetherington, headspace Darwin, Somerville, Lousie Ellen, Anglicare NT, Youthworx NT and our rangers to ensure you are getting the most up to date information from the experts. A one-week program covering the following …

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AGSA | Neo Teen Takeover: Time Warp

Teens can make some noise alongside South Australia’s top youth and arts focused organisations in an immersive whole gallery experience. The night includes a showcase of up and coming young musicians, an exploration of the iridescent world of The Studio with feature artist Carly Snoswell, and an inclusive high energy drag show extravaganza with The …

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Free Apprenticeships for Under 25s in Queensland

Did you know that if you’re under 25 years of age, the Queensland Government will cover the cost of your training component of an apprenticeship or traineeship? There’s no other criteria to be eligible – you just need to be under 25. There are 139 priority apprenticeship and traineeship qualifications offered under the program. All …

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Palmerston Youth Festival 2021

Returning in the 2021 July school holidays, the Palmerston Youth festival is set to be the biggest event on Palmerston’s calendar. There will be plenty of free activities to discover – arts and culture, cooking masterclass, interactive activities, sporting events and of course Geekfest Top End will return embracing all things geek culture. If you’re …

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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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Be Inspired by Young Storytellers

Heywire is an annual competition run by the ABC that encourages young people to tell stories about their life outside the major cities. From regional, rural and remote locations across the country, there are young people doing incredible things – and this is your chance to hear about it and be inspired. If you are …

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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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Climate Schools Program

Climate Schools is the most innovative and engaging way to empower students to gain knowledge about their health and wellbeing. Aiming to change and reinvigorate the school climate around alcohol and other drug education, the modules provide curriculum-consistent health education courses proven to reduce harm and improve student well-being. By implementing these user-friendly evidence-based programs …

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LAUNCHmedia Program

LAUNCHmedia is a free media upskilling program for young people aged 12-25. LAUNCHmedia supports you to gain confidence as a social media superstar and practise skills in media and communications through covering local community events. Participants get to: Attend community events and post about it Access workshops and resources around making stronger content Learn about …

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TAFE NSW & JP Morgan First Step Program

The First Step Program has been developed for youth (aged 15-24) who are interested in taking the first step to gaining skills and knowledge towards employment and a successful career in the Liverpool/Miller area. This part-time pathway program, supported by J. P. Morgan offers free-free training to students in a supportive environment over a 4-month …

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Bean Awards 2020

The Bean Awards celebrate inspirational stories shared by kids of all ages around the world. More than ever, due to the increasing numbers of youth mental illness, kids need inspiration to help them find purpose and passion. There are 9 awards, including a People’s Choice award. Each award attracts a prize of $1,000 and is …

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Spill the Beans

Spill the Beans is like TED Talks for kids, by kids. It’s a global platform for kids to tell the truth. Spill the Beans creates online and in person events, enabling kids to voice their ideas, stories and inspiration. Our incredible kids get to unleash their inner voice on our global platform. We offer these …

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MyFuture – Resources for Teachers

MyFuture is a national career information service that helps guide young people towards their path to the future. They have a huge variety of resources available for teachers and careers advisers to support their students. Here are some of their useful resources: Explore the future of work School to work pathways infographics Teaching resources Discover …

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