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  • H3 Express Excursion July 2014
    H3 Express Excursion July 2014

    Another amazing outing lead by SEAAC workers was held at Federation Square on Saturday 19th July. A group of 13 young people enjoyed the H3 Express event organized by Cultural Ethnic and Health (CEH).

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  • SEAAC Funding news
    SEAAC Funding news

    The Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation and Noble Park English Language School join the growing number of partners who have seen what SEAAC is doing and chosen to support us with funding.

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  • Term 2 School Holiday Program Wrap Up
    Term 2 School Holiday Program Wrap Up

    During Term 3 school holidays, young people from the Monash, Dandenong & Casey regions joined together to be part of SEAAC’s July school holiday program.  Young people were exposed to a range of activities that engaged them in developing new skills, forming new friendships, increasing their self esteem and most importantly having lots of fun and laughter along the way.

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  • SEAAC and Noble Park English Language School - School Support
    SEAAC and Noble Park English Language School - School Support

    As Term Two drew to a close so did another successful partnership between SEAAC and the Noble Park and Hampton Park English Language Schools (NPELS).  Throughout the term students enjoyed a variety of workshops and information sessions facilitated by SEAAC around topics that were identified as useful to them.  

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  • L2P Program July 2014 update
    L2P Program July 2014 update

     

    SEAAC L2P aims to provide access to driving practice for those learner drivers who may have considerable difficulty gaining access to a vehicle or supvised 120 hours of driving practice with a fully licensed driver.

     

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  • L2P program graduate gets a new Ride!

    Our SEAAC L2P program graduate, Nazif gained his P's in June through the L2P program supported by his volunteer David Jefferies.

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     Murtaza, Afghanistan     

    Why it is great to be a youth leader?

    It is great to be a youth leader because you can assist other youths around you if they need it. Being a youth leader you can progress your communications, your confidence and also you can build new skills, gain new experiences, and make new friends. Others will respect you and you will have the power to share your ideas and goals with other young people.