New State Government funding means all Victorians can access nationally accredited training from as little as $105. - you can now obtain a qualification to help you get a job or improve your chances at that promotion you deserve -
Voiceworks is seeking submissions for its next issue, #84 PULP. Fiction, poetry, nonfiction, visual art - they want it all. Even if your submission is unsuccessful, they'll provide you with detailed feedback to help you improve your writing. Submissions close Sunday January 16.
In 2011 they're especially keen to build their ranks of nonfiction writers, and are working up a lengthy list of potential topics for PULP. If you're interested in that list, or writing nonfiction in general, please get in touch with Jojo at firstname.lastname@example.org
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR WINNERS: JARRYD CLARRIS - You have won our special Macleod College prize of 2 x gold class tickets. Please email email@example.com for details on how to claim your prize. VANESSA CAVIC - You have won our $50 iTunes voucher for completeing the Macleod Youth Fest survey. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for details on how to claim your prize.
VCAL is a great way to complete school before you head off to work or further training. The Diamond Valley Learning Centre offer the opportunity for you to study VCAL subjects and Vocational Education. Make an appointment with the VCAL co-ordinator to desing and individual learning program to suit your interests and needs.
Go to dvlc.org.au or ring 9435 9060.
Express Media is proud to announce a new and exciting project in partnership with The Age newspaper. The Under Age is a fortnightly online newspaper written entirely by Victorian high school journalists. Each fortnight the group of up to 12 young people will workshop their story ideas with each other and also with selected industry professionals. The newspaper will include articles on news, sport, politics, art and culture.
The Hon Peter Garrett AM MP, Minister for Youth, is calling for applications for membership of the 2011 AYF Steering Committee, coinciding with the Youth Led Convention being held in Canberra. If you are interested in applying for a position on the next AYF Committee please follow the links to more information and the Application Form.
Hello budding filmmakers! Entry to Trop Jr 2011 is now open. If you are 15 years old or younger and love films, this is for you!
Just like big Tropfest, Trop Jr is a short filmmaking competition, but for young filmmakers. Not only do they encourage kids and teens to enter, they also encourage schools, clubs and community groups to get behind a camera and share your stories.
Have your say and influence the plans of the 2011 Banyule Youth fest. It will be held in Macleod on April 3. We would love to hear your ideas, so please take 2 minutes to fill in our survey. Click here to complete the survey