SEAAC has formed a partnership with Noble Park English Language School and YouthLinks to deliver a new tailored program for students at both the Noble Park and Hampton Park campuses on a weekly basis.

Girls Friendship Club is a new group meeting in Hampton Park for young women aged 12 - 25 years.  

SeaACT is one of our new and innovative programs that is all about drama and story telling!  SEAAC has partnered with Playback Theatre to deliver this program in Hampton Park for newly arrived young people.  

Monash Multicultural Support Program provides support to young people and their communities from culturally diverse backgrounds who live, work, study, play or have significant connections to the City of Monash. The program engages young people through:

“Participation, Information & Engagement”, more fondly known as PIE, was funded by City of Greater Dandenong through the innovative CALD Youth Inclusion funding as a pilot in 2011. In 2012 we are happy to announce the return of PIE project through the support of City of Greater Dandenong’s Community Grants Program and the philanthropic trust the R.E. Ross Trust.

SEAAC runs two valuable Homework support program aimed at young people from CALD backgrounds. The program offers support from tutors who can help students in a range of subject areas.

Engage, Exchange & Empower is a dynamic program targeting young persons from a refugee and migrant background living in the south and south-eastern region of Melbourne.


The L2P program coordinated by South East Community Links in partnership with the City of Monash, City of Kingston and Garry Warren and Smith, is a VicRoads Learner Driver program for learner drivers aged 16-20 years old who face significant barriers to gain 120 mandatory driving hours on the road.