Creating My Career (CMC) delivers real world learnings to students, who may not have a clear pathway in mind, as they transition through school. It aims to provide insight into what career, study and employment possibilities are available to them.
Learn about other nations and understand how the UN works. Develop debating skills and gain self-confidence while learning about other nations. Debate real UN issues as well as other issues. Each nominated school is given a country to represent and a set of resolutions to investigate and discuss from the point of view of the country they are representing.
RYDA is a community road safety initiative directed towards our young people as they approach the period in their life when they start driving a car and ride as a passenger in a car driven by one of their peers. In Tasmania it is presented to students in grade 10.
An international exchange program for young people aged between 15 and 18 years. As a Rotary Youth Exchange student, you'll spend up to 12 months living and studying overseas.
This weekend camp is for Year 9 and 10 students. It will help to develop their leadership initiative and responsibility skills. It is an informal, fun setting making it easy for participants to build new friendships and become more aware of their own talents and potential.
The Youth Leadership Challenge brings together 20 young people of vastly different backgrounds for a ten-day voyage aboard the STV Windeward Bound. It is open to youths between the ages of 15 - 18 living in Tasmania; ten locals with an interest in mentoring and creating a more inclusive Tasmanian community, and ten from refugee backgrounds who recently settled in Tasmania.
The Director - Youth Projects is responsible to the District Governor for planning, organizing, assisting and supporting Clubs in the implementation of programs that support the youth of our community, including building strong relationships with schools.
DIRECTOR: PP Liz BULMAN Tasmania Passport