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APS Scholarship awarded to Catholic University student

karenAustralian Catholic University (ACU) psychology student Karen McAlear has been awarded the first ever Australian Psychological Society (APS) Study Bursary for People of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Descent.

Australia did not produce its first Aboriginal psychology graduate until 1987, and in the 20 years to 2007 it had graduated an average of two Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander psychologists per year...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 05 May 2012 10:35

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State Services develops toolkit to assist in retention of employees

state servicesThrough increased employment, Aboriginal people will be better placed to participate in the Victorian economy and society.

Now, the Victorian Public Sector has access to a toolkit to assist in attracting, supporting and retaining Aboriginal employees, and achieving positive outcomes for Aboriginal Victorians.

Developed by the State Services Authority, the toolkit is one of the strategies...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 28 April 2012 09:38

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