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It’s R U OK Day today, a national day of action to remind us that every day is the day to ask, “Are you OK?” to check in on the wellbeing of those around us.At Yalari, we are proud to have a dedicated student wellbeing program to ensure our students are happy, healthy and getting a good education. The program is embedded in activities throughout the scholarship program and takes a proactive approach to wellbeing. But it still helps to regularly ask the very important question, “Are you OK?”To our Yalari friends and family, how are you feeling today? R U OK?#RUOKDay ... See MoreSee Less
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We love hearing stories of how our amazing alumni are doing. Congratulations Summah on the purchase of your first house! 🏠"Hi, my name’s Summah Bedford and I’m a Kidja & Jaru woman from Halls Creek in The Kimberleys of Western Australia.I was lucky enough to be the recipient of a Yalari scholarship, graduating from Geelong Grammar School in 2017.After school, I was introduced to the VTEC (Vocational Training and Employment Program). This program is with Fortescue Metals Group (FMG) and offers opportunities and career development for Indigenous people. In the two years that I have been working with FMG, I have moved to Perth, bought my own car, and just bought a house with the support of family.Yalari has made a difference in my life which is something that I could only wish for more Indigenous kids to have. The opportunity to go to a boarding school on the other side of the country has exposed me to a totally different culture and mentality of Australia. Supporting Yalari to provide more scholarships will help Indigenous kids better their lives through education as it did for me." ... See MoreSee Less
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Yalari alumna Tiah Vocale and Monique Mallyer have graduated from University and are using their education to support and encourage the future generation of Indigenous Australians.

Read more here: https://bit.ly/3guCc4N

Yalari scholar Kayla Brown recently graduated from the University of Newcastle with a Bachelor of Primary and Early Childhood teaching (honours).

A massive congratulations to Kayla, we know she will make an amazing teacher.

#IndigenousEducation

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Happy National Volunteer Week! We are honoured to be able to participate in Australia's biggest annual celebration of volunteers, and give thanks to the many wonderful people who selflessly volunteer their time to the Yalari cause. #NVW2021 ❤️🙏

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