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Catching Up With Our Inspiring Alumni – March 2021

Catching Up With Our Inspiring Alumni – March 2021

  We love our alumni! We recently caught up with some of them to see what they have been up to for the last few months. Let’s see what they have to say… Lincoln WhiteleyClass of 2013  |  St Ignatius’ College Riverview  I’m a Yalari alumnus from 2013 and I’m...

Our Indigenous Leaders of Tomorrow

Our Indigenous Leaders of Tomorrow

This year, we welcomed 45 new students to the Yalari scholarship program. We are pleased to introduce a few members of Yalari’s class of 2026!Kahleyah Buckle Methodist Ladies College, Claremont “I have a friendly personality and always have a smile on my face. I want...

2021 Yalari Captains

2021 Yalari Captains

Leading | Educating | EmpoweringIt is with great pleasure that we announce the Yalari Captains for 2021. Seventeen Yalari scholars from years 11 and 12 have been chosen for the role based on qualities such as responsible behaviour, leadership, involvement with their...

Full Circle Impact – Humanitix

Full Circle Impact – Humanitix

First Nations education initiatives follow on to Indigenous career experience Tyrese Carr (top, centre), Humanitix intern & Indigenous Scholarships program graduate with the rest of the Humanitix team Over the summer of 2020 Tyrese Carr, a recent graduate of...

Graduating Class of 2020

Graduating Class of 2020

  We caught up with the Yalari graduating class of 2020 to see what they are getting up to this year after finishing school...   Aidan Finn (Geelong Grammar School)plans on working for 12 months before applying for a Bachelor of Commerce with a Major in...

Student Updates and Achievements

Student Updates and Achievements

  Yalari scholars continue to work hard, dream big... and achieve!   Taylor Hammond, Year 7 student  at Kambala, received The Year 7 Kambala Award. It is a special encouragement award for working hard and trying her best all year. Connor McGovern-Cubby, Year...

Noah Smith Awarded Lloyd McDermott Medal

Noah Smith Awarded Lloyd McDermott Medal

    The First of Many... Year 12 student Noah Smith is Churchie’s inaugural recipient of the Lloyd McDermott Medal. This award was established in honour of Churchie Old Boy Lloyd McDermott (1957), renowned for his trailblazing success as the first Indigenous...

A Message from Waverley Stanley AM

A Message from Waverley Stanley AM

  What a year 2020 has been. It will be one to remember for the many learnings and challenges that all of us had to face, whether you were at school or online learning at home, at work or working from home, or isolated in more ways than one. I am grateful to live...

Amber Phineasa – Leading Seaman

Amber Phineasa – Leading Seaman

  We recently caught up with Yalari alumna Amber Phineasa to see what she's been up to since she graduated from The Glennie School in 2011 - I joined the Royal Australian Navy in 2014 as a Boatswains Mate. Since then I’ve gone through Recruit school where it all...

An Inspiring Message from a Yalari Parent

An Inspiring Message from a Yalari Parent

  "To Waverley, Llew and the Yalari crew - I want to express my gratitude for the amazing opportunity you presented to Koby and Jaycee all those years ago. The opportunity for them to leave a small town like Lakes Entrance with limited opportunities...

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