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Coles Aboriginal employment promotion hits the spot

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43 people attend information sessions during the week after a lively promotion of careers for Aborigines last Saturday. Clontarf's Aloysius Hayes (pictured) gave a hand with the BBQ. Report by ERWIN CHLANDA.

Grabbing opportunities with both hands

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Doing well at school, part time jobs, focus on careers: Forget the stereotype. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

 

Clontarf: it's more than footy

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"The main goal is to get them finishing year 12, and then there’s an employment program to help them get work and be successful in society after school.” ANDREA JOHNSTON reports about Clontarf making a difference.

Opportunity knocking at Clontarf Academy

 

"Clontarf makes me come to school more, keeps me out of trouble," says Jordan Khan, from the Clontarf Academy at Centralian College. He and fellow students Elisiah Wasaga and Dereece Hanley-Satour are being sponsored by the Rotary Club of Stuart to attend a "fun packed learning experience" in Adelaide, run by the Rotary Youth Program of Enrichment. ERWIN CHLANDA spoke to the three young men.

18 Clontarf Year 12 graduates

The Clontarf Foundation had good reason for being in high spirits at Larapinta Oval this morning: 18 participants in the sports-driven educational initiative will be finishing Year 12 soon.

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