Latest Educate stories
Read about some of the recent stories about the projects funded via our education and skills grants. These include REAPing Rewards; Back to School; and ANZ Seeds of Renewal.
|Date||Story heading||Story summary|
|23 Feb 2017||Pathways program targets Aboriginal youth for health careers||
The Centre of Excellence for Aboriginal Health in East Gippsland (CEAHEG) in Victoria received a grant of $4,000 from the Small Grants for Rural Communities program, funded by the R.E. Ross Trust, to run two camps aimed at bringing together the young Aboriginal people from the area with their Elders to explore careers in health.
|23 Feb 2017||Cunnamulla dreams up a creative future||
The Cunnamulla P-12 State School P&C was awarded a $10,000 grant from FRRR's CATCH grant program, thanks to support from the Vincent Fairfax Family Foundation. The funds were put towards artist fees, travel, car hire and accommodation, enabling the engagement of two artist facilitators to conduct dance and drama workshops for students to develop confidence and performance skills.
|23 Feb 2017||Demystifying boarding school for the Mount Liebig community||
Mount Liebig is a small community located 10 hours west of Alice Springs. English is the third or fourth language for most community members. High school aged students need to move away to boarding school to continue their education, which can be daunting.Waltja Tjutangku Playapayi Corp received $12,033 through the ANZ Seeds of Renewal program to launch Tjunguringanyi (Joining Together), a project to help demystify boarding school.
|18 Jan 2017||Robinvale reggae students go national||
Robinvale P-12 College in north west Victoria received a REAPing Rewards grant for $9,942, thanks to the Yulgilbar Foundation, to help them implement the 'Youth Speak' program, which was developed to provide a platform for young Indigenous and Polynesian students attending the College to communicate to their respective communities and the broader community.
|15 Dec 2016||Campania students building for success||
Student at Campania High School in Tasmania developed practical construction skills, thanks to a $1,600 grant from the REAPing Rewards program, funded by the Caledonia Foundation.
|15 Dec 2016||Garah reading program supports whole community||
An Aussie Cotton Farmers Grow Communities Grant has had broad benefits for the community of Garah. While the focus was on improving the reading skills of students, it has had a broad benefit across the community.