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  • SEAAC Homework Program Celebration

    On Tuesday 2nd December 2014, SEAAC’s Multicultural Homework Support program hosted an end of year celebrations at Springvale Neighbourhood House. It was a beautiful sunny day with a great turn out of 27 students, tutors, parents, service providers and our very important funding partners.  For Tanya Costello of Jack Brockhoff Foundation and Susan Frances of Bennelong Foundation it was their first visit to the homework program and they were both very impressed to speak with such dedicated tutors and passionate students.

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  • SEAAC partnership results in a publication!
    SEAAC partnership results in a publication!

    SEAAC’s work with Good Shepherd Youth and Family Services Policy and Research team and Hands On Learning Australia, has resulted in the publication of the evaluation protocols developed to measure how well migrant and refugee young people are settling in school in Australia.

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  • SeaACT program Term 4
    SeaACT program Term 4

    The SeaACT drama program resumed at Hampton Park Uniting Church in Term 4, thanks to the community grants funding from City of Casey. The program ran for 7 weeks, and majority of the students who participated were from Noble Park English Language School Hampton Park Campus. We saw 20 young people register for our program.

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  • SEAAC 2014 AGM report
    SEAAC 2014 AGM report

    This year’s AGM has been voted best ever by everyone who attended.  More than 45 people came along, the majority were young people from SEAAC programs. 

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  • SEAAC Annual General Meeting 2014 Invitation
    SEAAC Annual General Meeting 2014 Invitation

     

     Invitation: Another big year, and a celebration meeting at Oakleigh Courthouse for SEAAC's Annual General Meeting on Thursday 13th of November 2014. 

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Featured Article

  • 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.