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Announcements | 16 Aug 2019

Applications for Indigenous students from all around Australia to travel to Canberra and see first-hand the opportunities available to them working in Government will be closing in one week.

Announcements | 15 Aug 2019

The Morrison Government’s Indigenous Student Success Program (ISSP) is delivering practical and tailored support to help Indigenous students succeed in higher education and unlock greater opportunities in life.

Line of young people arm in arm wearing various clothing styles stand on a hard pale surface and in front of a wall with the words in very large print: Think Beyond.
Stories | 6 Aug 2019

STEM award winners Jordan Griffiths and Jordan Salmon travelled to the USA recently to share their culture and scientific knowledge.

Banner with concentric circles at right and words at left on white background: Young Indigenous Women's STEM Academy and logos for CSIRO, Career Trackers and the NIAA.
Announcements | 29 Jul 2019

A new national STEM program is rolling out with applications under the first round opening today for young Indigenous women in North Queensland.

Many young people stand in semi-circle watching a ceremony. The image is overlayed with the colours yellow, red, blue and green and the word WEX with letters made from multiple white lines in parallel.
Stories | 26 Jul 2019

WEX 2019 invites up to 70 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to Canberra to learn about career opportunities in the Australian Public Service.

Announcements | 25 Jul 2019

The Goodes O’Loughlin Foundation Limited (The GO Foundation) has been provided $4.5 million over three years to support the provision of scholarships for Indigenous students and strengthen their operations.

A group of primary school children stand with 4 grown men. The men are wearing work shirts, the children are holding fruit.
Announcements | 12 Jul 2019

The Torres Strait Regional Authority recently visited Dauan Island to share their Horticulture in Schools program and introduce the community to the Shade Tree Project

On a grass field is a group of 14 Aboriginal youth in green soccer jerseys and black shorts. The back row is standing, the middle row is kneeling and one young man lays down in front of the rest. One young man is in a red shirt and holds a soccer ball. In
Stories | 9 Jul 2019

Read about the new Wilcannia based Celtic United Roo’s Under 12 soccer team and its positive impact on players and the community.

Large group of mainly Aboriginal people face the camera. They are dressed in casual clothing. Some stand and others sit on soft soil. In the background are trees and a building.
Stories | 13 Jun 2019

The Stronger Communities for Children Knowledge Sharing Seminar supports Aboriginal people to make their communities safer.

NAIDOC Resources available
Announcements | 11 Jun 2019

The 2019 National NAIDOC teaching guides are now available.

Invaluable resources to support teachers and local communities build knowledge and celebrate Australia's Indigenous past.

The teaching guides were developed by Dr Lynette Riley, aiming to address the need to support communities and teachers wishing to learn and teach Indigenous history and culture, but who are not often in a position to create this content, or connect with local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

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