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Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME)

9/10/2014

​Recently our indigenous seniors graduated from the Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME) program. Each graduating student received an AIME hoodie in recognition of their participation. AIME was held at the CQU once every term.

Benefits of AIME:

• AIME strengthens links between universities and local high schools.

• AIME supports teachers to become more optimistic about tertiary education being a real option for their Indigenous students.

• Through a strong relationship with AIME, parents' belief in their child's chances of pursuing a university education is increased.

Graduating participants from left to right are:  KD Smith, Rikki Grattidge, Shayeleese Johnson, Keisha William-Coveney and Calista Tull. Absent: Nyarla Johnson.