The Community Services Directorate is pleased to announce a sponsorship opportunity to attend the ImagineMORE 2016 Conference Strengthening Communities: Making The Most Of The NDIS on 25 and 26 August at the Ann Harding Conference Centre, University of Canberra.
The sponsorship is for two people with disability or family carers to attend the Conference. For more information on the conference program please click on image above or visit http://imaginemore.org.au/.
To apply complete the Expression of Interest and email to email@example.com . Use the subject heading: “Imagine More Conference 2016” EOI. Your expression of interest must be a maximum of 200 words and include:
- why you want to attend the Conference,
- how attending the conference will make a difference to you, your family or community,
- what you will do with what you learn or experience at the conference
Expressions of interest period will close Wednesday 17 August 2016.
For more information, including how to complete the Expression of Interest for this sponsorship opportunity contact firstname.lastname@example.org or contact 6205 2598.
Are you a student with disability considering your career pathway?
Access Your Career Forum can help you guide your path.
The forum will take place on Wednesday 17 August from 10:30 am - 1:30 pm at Building 1 - Teaching Commons Lounge, Level C - hear from keynote speakers and employers from the public and private sectors as well as from the student panel on 'Stepping into Program' and 'Pace Mentoring'.
Students from University of Canberra, ANU and CIT all welcome.
To register and for more information please contact 6201 5233 or email@example.com.
Thanks goes to Nathan Ahearne from Marist College for inviting the INVOLVE team to participate at their Service Day event held 29 August 2016. This community building event aims to provide students with an opportunity to interact with Community Service groups and organisations and find out more about what they do, and how they can be involved. The INVOLVE team had an outstanding response from students and encouraged them to reflect on how their actions impact on the lives of others. Ninety-four boys made pledges to make a difference through the way they interact with others in their communities.
Marist College has also posted a fabulous Community Ambition to get more kids with disability participating in sport – check out the ENGAGE Sports ambition (http://www.involvecbr.com.au/ambitions?id=10)
Go Marist College!