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Opportunity for Students to Mentor Aboriginal high school students (Info BBQ)

Date: 12th March 2013
Time: 12:15 PM - 13:30 PM

Location: South Street Campus- AMEN 2.020 and Kulbardi Aboriginal Centre

Do you have what it takes to be an AIME mentor? Can you give up just one hour a week on campus to forever change the life of a local Aboriginal student and guide them through school?

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From hip-hop to resume-writing, public speaking to study skills, all with plenty of laughs, AIME Mentors work one on one with local Aboriginal high-school students to help them realise their dreams.

~ Click here for a short video introduction to AIME ~

AIME started in 2005 with 25 Sydney Uni students and 25 Indigenous high school students. Now the program includes more than 1,000 Aboriginal high school students and 1,000 university mentors. AIME retention rates are through the roof, with mentored students enrolling in University at 6 times the national average and many more finishing school. 

For the first time ever, AIME is coming to Western Australia… and it's starting here at Murdoch!

At AIME we are creating a culture in which for every step forward you take life you put your hand back and bring someone with you.

Do you have what it takes to be an AIME mentor?
To find out more, or apply to be a mentor visit AIME’s website or email Vicky Burrows (Murdoch Program Coordinator) at or visit the Kulbardi Aboriginal Centre.

AIME Info Session
1215pm or 130pm on Tuesday the 12th of March in AMEN 2.020, followed by a Free BBQ hosted by the Indigenous Collective- 12.30pm-1.30pm  at the Kulbardi Aboriginal Centre (behind the law building, next to the Guild)


Contact: Vicky Burrows
Phone: 0429012758