JOIN THE PROJECT ACCELERATOR MENTORING PROGRAM
The Project Accelerator Mentoring Program aims to connect young emerging leaders with experienced changemakers to take their advocacy to the next level.
Applications are opening soon, so keep an eye out on our socials!
What is the Project Accelerator Mentoring Program?
How do I join the program?
When are the sessions running?
The Project Accelerator will run weekly in Term 4 of 2022 each Thursday 6-7:45pm for 15-22 year olds. The aim of the program is for participants to gain new skills and resources that they can use to plan a project of their choice. They can choose whether to drop or continue with their project at the end of the program.
Each session will consist of an hour long expert led workshop, a 15min break and 30min group or one-on-one mentoring session. Topics covered will include project ideation, social media and public speaking, among others.
This program aims to foster connections with participants and industry mentors that will last long after the end of the program. This program has been designed with the Duke of Ed and IB in mind.
To join the program participants will apply and then can be offered a place after an interview process. The selection criteria will consist of a mix of enthusiasm, maturity, age, location and general commitment. If someone is outside of the age category within reason, still apply and we will assess on a case by case basis. Participants will be asked to contribute to program costs however there will be fully sponsored spots available.
Orientation Session: Monday 24th April
First Session of Content (Virtual): Monday 1st May 2023
Middle In-Person Social Session: Monday 29th May
Two Week Break: 5th-19th June
Last Session of Content: Monday 10th July
In-Person Celebration Session: 17th July
Jump on board!
Join the Project Accelerator Program.
Applications open soon!!
We can’t wait to see your brilliant ideas come to life and hopefully make real change.
We would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of Country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea, and community. We pay our respects to their Elder's past, present, and emerging.
Further, we would like to recognise the generations of powerful advocacy work done by First Nations People and commit as a community to support First Nations voices as we actively strive towards reconciliation and decolonization. Sovereignty was never ceded. Always was, always will be, aboriginal land.