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Somewhere to stay in Canberra

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Auswide Projects' Indigenous Youth Mobility Program (IYMP) in Canberra provide accommodation to young Indigenous people up to 24 years old from remote communities, who want to further their studies and work opportunities by moving to Canberra. There are places available for accommodation for 2013 and assessment and recruiting takes place in March.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 14 February 2013 16:28

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37 students begin scholarships with Yalari

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37 Indigenous students have earned the opportunity of a lifetime and been awarded Yalari scholarships for 2013. Those students came together on the Gold Coast last week for their Orientation Camp – the week that prepares them for the next five or six years away at school.

All the students come from rural, regional and remote communities and...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 31 January 2013 16:45

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