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  • SEAAC End of Year Celebration 2015
    SEAAC End of Year Celebration 2015

    SeaACT celebrated their workshop program series with a performance for over 100 Dandenong community members on Tuesday 24th of December at the Walker Street Gallery in Dandenong.

  • SeaACT Dandenong Term 4 program 2015
    SeaACT Dandenong Term 4 program 2015

    The pilot SeaACT program in Dandenong was a great success with 37 young people in total participating in the program. SeaACT was held across 2 theatre spaces; The Walker Street Gallery, and with in-kind support, the Drum Theatre in Dandenong.


  • NPELS Leadership Program Term 3 2015
    NPELS Leadership Program Term 3 2015



    For the first time SEAAC and Hands on Learning Australia (HOL) developed and delivered a tailored leadership program at Noble Park English School (NPELS) engaging a core group of young students across Term 3.

  • SEAAC AGM News
    SEAAC AGM News

    At SEAAC's October Annual General Meeting, members voted in favour of amalgamating with South East Community Links (SECL), a recent merge of two organisations - Springvale Community Aid and Advice Bureau and Dandenong Community Advisory Bureau.

  • SEAAC Snow Camp September 2015
    SEAAC Snow Camp September 2015

    This amazing Mt Hotham ski trip would not have been possible without the generosity of Darren White from the General Hotel and Mt Hotham management who arranged an amazing 3 day escape to Mt Hotham for 15 SEAAC young persons with skiing lessons, all meals and 5 star accommodation at the General, Mt Hotham fully paid for.  



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  • SEAAC Refugee Day Friday 12th of June 2015

    "To be honest, it was great fun! I loved everything about it, seeing so many people smile, laugh, be happy just made me feel so happy myself! It was awesome!!! I hope for more in the years to come!! Hopefully!"

     Nargis Ahmadii


  • SeaACT program - Mustafa

    “I have learned to have more confidence and energy when acting on stage and other things like studies exam and tests. I want the program to continue because I want it for other people too so they can have more confidence of what they do and not be shy. This program has supported my brothers, sisters and others. I have no complaints about this program.  It is too good.   KEEP IT UP!!”

    Mustafa, Hampton Park Secondary, 13 years old.

  • youthleader2

     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.