Walking through both worlds of Learning: Lisa Dhurrkay Story
Marisa Barker grew up in Broome, Western Australia. She spent her youth hating school and failed to see the impact that finishing school would have on her life.
Top models are plucked from the Kimberley
Liam Dean can’t wait to get started
Mylee Wanganeen, an employment consultant at Boystown, is a young Aboriginal woman who lives Adelaide in South Australia and is from the Nurungga tribe.
Pre-employment training proves a success for the maritime industry
It’s never too late ... MullinJali Man Stephen Fogarty shares his journey to UNSW
From Traineeship to Job at the Bank
Working for Change in Aboriginal Health
At 22, Ebony Pitt is committed to changing the lives of Indigenous youth
Terri Caldwell wants to be someone a young person might look up to
Sharly Murdoch is an inspiration.
For Anthony Turnbull, the decision to study a Certificate IV in Education meant putting down the newspaper and replacing it with a textbook.
Certificate IV in Education
John Fejo hopes his education through RATEP will take him full circle
Rebecca Guligo is not afraid to admit that returning to study her Diploma of Education was hard
Jane, 40, recently graduated with a Certificate IV in Education
Marcellina Adams has always dreamed of becoming a teacher
Tracey Tweedie is doing the hard yards
A woman and artist of many talents Lady Lash writes, sings, raps, co-produces and is an integral part of the marketing of her own material.
Yawuru I.T is an Australian Indigenous owned IT company based in Perth.
No excuses for not employing Indigenous Australians
Music is where Jonathan’s heart is
UN delegate for 2010 and now a teacher at Gorokan High School
Indigenous job plan a ladder out of grief
CDU graduate, Kalinda Griffiths, named NT Young Australian of the Year
Winner of the first Indigenous scholarship offered by Student Exchange Australia New Zealand
Taking chances has paid off for this young NT man
Education is a powerful tool to close the gap
A good education leads to job commitment and independence
“This is a journey; it is the movement of the heart & mind toward compassion, love, and understanding relieving us of fear, anger and hate.
Success from the Top End
Twenty years of more ago members of the Indigenous community approached us to assist them to develop a youth hostel.
The Rotary Club of Margaret River saw the enormous difference in opportunities for education between the well resourced and motivated school communities of Margaret River and the remote indigenous community of Punmu in the eastern Pilbara region of W
Madeleine Madden is a young woman with big aspirations.
Job-ready training leads to guaranteed employment
Burswood - Apprentice Chef
Burswood - Acting Manager
Rasepa develops her skills and talents
Meeting new people drew Mary back to Skycity
Father of three determined to be a role model for his kids and community
Tennant Creek local receives Chief of Army Commendation
Determination sees student return to school
Burswood - Aboriginal Program Coordinator
Mentor Aboriginal Employment Program Burswood Entertainment Complex / Responsible Service Of Alcohol Officer
Burswood - Security Officer
Burswood - Croupier
My name is Mariah Andrews; I am a proud Yorta-Yorta / Bangerang woman from Shepparton in Victoria
Food and Beverage Trainee - Crown
Security Services Officer - Crown
Administration Assistant - Crown
Indigenous Employment Program Coordinator - Crown
The Dilly Bag Bush Tucker Products & Learning Programs
"Bridge between two worlds"
I am a Yawuru woman whom was born in Katherine in the Northern Territory. I am now situated in Canberra.
Loretta Cooper - Confidence through floristry and Natasha Drew - New Career in Floristry
Dakota has recently completed Certificate 2 in Nail Technology.
Principal Mitchell Drage - Nullagine School
Georgie Drijver - Djarragun College, Far North Queensland
Karla Grant - Producer - SBS
Adam McGillivray - Director - Bungarra Indigenous Engineering
Dr Beimop Tapim graduates in Medicine
Felecia 'very happy and proud' over PhD award
Local Broome Boy and Role Model
Working to preserve indigenous culture
Artist uses talent to tell her story
Believe in your dreams and don't waste opportunies when they are presented to you
Achieving through education
Cabinetmaker builds thriving business
Hard work and a good education delivers
Rockhampton teen becomes a true allrounder
Indigenous pilot's career takes off
Darwin teen proves value of education
Youth leadership programs help break cycle
Student puts experience in the bank
A career in health research and midwifery
Travel bug spurs worker on to new heights
Builds employment opportunities for others
Students dancing to a better tune
32 Year-Old Kokoberrin woman uses local support to become health promotion officer
Butchers carving out a better future for indigenous workers
Oil and gas company develops its human resources
Onslow salt miner finds peace in nature
Landcare graduate plants seeds for success
My name is Teresa (Tess) Ryan, and I am a strong Indigenous woman of Biripi country
Moving from CDEP to Sustainable Enterprises: Inspired in the Kimberley, Western Australia
Worth their weight in Narrogin Digging and sifting the equivalent of 100 truckloads of soil
Education is the key to succeed
Gunggari woman from south-west Queensland
I make it my job to educate people from all corners of the world about the beauty that exists within
Take a look at Marissa's journey from disadvantage to success and fulfillment through training for a real job.