Our Outreach and school programs
We collaborate with primary and high school students, teachers and parents, and the Macleay Valley community to improve education outcomes. Our aim is to help people realise their aspirations and awareness towards higher education, and providing them with the knowledge and skills to achieve their career goals.
We offer out space to current HSC students to study before and after school. Reach out to our Centre Manager to find out more.
Senior students can learn about uni from uni students.
Talk to local students about their uni experiences, and get a first hand account of what it is like to study at uni. Learn about the range of degrees and the careers they lead to. Find out about what it is like to be a uni student. To attend tutorials and lectures and balance out work and social life. As well, the opportunities, costs and challenges that come with study.
The 6-week program for students in Year 11 or 12 of high school, to learn about Uni, the range of degrees offered and what they lead to and pick up academic skills to help prepare the students for university.
WINGS Mentoring Program
We are giving students in the Macleay Valley the opportunity to learn more about your future career firsthand from people working in industry.
Over a year you will attend a series of 4 workshops across the year with your mentor as well as complete 6-8 days of work experience at their mentor organisation. Workshop topics will include emotional intelligence, effective communication, goal setting and more.
The program is designed to assist with your growth and transition into the workforce in the local community.
This project brings together ANU students and local students at CUC Macleay Valley to support Macleay Valley’s year 7/8 schools students in reflecting on their strengths and how they have used them to navigate their transition from primary to secondary school. We will visit each of Kempsey’s two high schools for a day, facilitating multiple sessions each day. Through this, we aim to build year 7/8 students’ confidence and self-efficacy to navigate future transitions and changes.