The Y Brisbane’s Vocational Schoold targets disengaged students, and provides a journey to engagement and employment. Operating across five campuses located in Acacia Ridge, Ipswich, Kingston, and North Lakes, specialist staff provide adjusted education programs and vocational training to students aged 12-18 years old. The Y’s Vocational School prepares students for long-term employment. Evidence-based well-being programs are also delivered to ensure students are mentally and physically healthy and able to live a purposeful life. At the Y, young people will experience programs dedicated to enhancing practical and personal skills, at a pace that encourages school attendance, engagement, and confidence. There are plans for other campuses to be opened in the near future as well.
YMCA Evolve is a leadership and self-development program specifically designed to be run in schools for students in Grade 6, Year 8 and Year 10. The program design is flexible, and can be tailored in content and format to suit your school and your students.
We love Space, and Canberra has some of Australia’s greatest Space attractions. In fact, some of the first images of a man walking on the moon were beamed from Honey Suckle Creek, a tracking Station in Canberra. It’s an experience not available anywhere else in Australia. Y Canberra’s Space Squad is Australia’s only residential holiday camp program for students in Years 6-9 who love Space. Over five packed days, our campers will be immersed in Space and the Space Industry.
The Y’s Global Study is currently on hold due to travel restrictions due to COVID-19
YMCA Global Study is a social enterprise operated by the Y, created to increase overseas study opportunities for Australian university students. YMCA Global Study programs run from between 2-4 weeks and include tuition, accommodation and a cultural and social activities so all students have to organise is their flights, travel insurance and spending money. Students who successfully complete a YMCA Global Study program are awarded an academic transcript from the host university, enabling them to transfer credit to their degree in Australia and take advantage of the numerous funding opportunities including up to $6,500 from OS-HELP. YMCA Global Studies Website.
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