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  • SEAAC Youth Leadership at Camp Jungai
    SEAAC Youth Leadership at Camp Jungai

    The SEAAC Youth leadership team together with staff from SEAAC youth services enjoyed a fabulous Easter escape to the mountains of Rubicon where we enjoyed 2 nights and 3 days of team building activities and educational workshops. Strong friendships were made and youth leaders were given the opportunity to shine!

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  • SEAAC City of Kingston’s Cultural Diversity March 2015
    SEAAC City of Kingston’s Cultural Diversity March 2015

    SEAAC had a wonderful opportunity to involve 7 enthusiastic young people in City of Kingston’s “See race in a different Light” community project. Participants shared their views and experiences in a workshop discussing world religion, race and respect and as a multicultural group explored strategies to respond to racism.

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  • SEAAC National Youth Week Report
    SEAAC National Youth Week Report

    Around 50 young people attended SEAAC’s National Youth week at Oakleigh Hall on the 10th April. The theme of the event “Stand up and Stamp out Bullying” was perfectly led and delivered by our youth leaders who were very proud to have been part of it which saw them in roles such as being the MC, kitchen responsibilities, welcome desk and general roles for the event.

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  • Helen Macpherson Smith Trust promotes SEAAC
    Helen Macpherson Smith Trust promotes SEAAC
    SEAAC is very proud to advise that its project funded by Helen Macpherson Smith Trust is offically on their website.
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  • SEAAC - PIE Program Boat Shed Excursion
    SEAAC - PIE Program Boat Shed Excursion

         We could not be luckier to choose Saturday 21th of February to launch PIE program. The location was absolutely perfect without mentioning the fact that we had an amazing sunny day. The group was totally into the activities and it made the day even better. 

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  • 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.