School engagement programs
School engagement programs at the Brotherhood of St Laurence allow young people to learn about the issues of poverty, disadvantage, social inequality and injustice through practical hands-on experiences.
Our goal is to engage, motivate and inspire the next generation to become involved in tackling these issues. The Brotherhood of St Laurence conducts a range of school engagement programs for students of all ages.
Urban Camp is a three to five day inner-city experience in Melbourne that allows students to understand the issues facing disadvantaged Australians through engaging with Brotherhood communities.
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Social justice conferences
One day social justice conferences are offered to schools at junior, middle and senior levels and explore the reasons for poverty and disadvantage, allowing students to learn and discuss how they can contribute to solutions for these social issues.
Day programs and workshops
Short workshops and day programs are available to schools and can be tailored to student interests and requirements.
To find out how your school can get involved, please contact
Annabel Luscombe, Schools Engagement Coordinator
Phone: (03) 9483 2426
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