Pathways To Dreaming


Pathways to Dreaming Mentoring
Pathways to Dreaming Mentoring
Pathways to Dreaming Mentoring
Pathways to Dreaming Mentoring
Pathways to Dreaming Mentoring
Pathways to Dreaming Mentoring
Pathways to Dreaming Mentoring
Pathways to Dreaming Mentoring

What is Pathways To Dreaming?

Pathways To Dreaming is designed to engage Year 8 to 12 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in education. Students are mentored by Western Sydney University students and alumni who act as older friends to support and encourage them to achieve their aspirations.

They take part in academic and Aboriginal cultural enrichment workshops at the University and the cohort at each school devises and implements a group project, with mentors facilitating that process. At the end of each year there is a celebratory event where the group projects are showcased.

Students join the program from Year 8 and continue until they finish school.

The program is currently running in 26 South-Western and Western Sydney high schools in the Campbelltown, Liverpool, Penrith, Fairfield, Blacktown and Blue Mountains areas.

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