The Access Program

The Access Education Program involves offering free one-on-one tutoring and mentoring to students of refugee backgrounds. The aim of the program is to foster a supportive learning environment and provide academic and emotional support to allow students to maximise their potential. 

We have a team of trained mentors who:

1- Have Working with Children’s Checks 

2- Primarily young university students 

3- Passionate about providing equal access to education

4- Many of them come from culturally diverse backgrounds

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We encourage all young people passionate supporting vulnerable to apply via our expression of interest form found here:  https://goo.gl/hpoy1U  

Mentors are expected to create and maintain at least a one year mentoring and tutoring relationship with their allocated student.

If you're interested in referring a student to our program, please fill out our referral form found here:  https://goo.gl/p2omCo

We accept self-referrals; referrals from teachers, parents and friends; or from organisations which work with young people (such as their schools, Department of Health and Human Services).