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    From Africa to Melbourne: the story of a very special school

    The Voice, The University of Melbourne, Volume 9 Number 1 January 14 – February 11 2013 Being a young African woman in Melbourne is not easy, but a small school is making a big difference in these women’s lives. Catriona May meets the Master of Teaching candidates helping out. It’s 11am on a sunny spring Monday, and […]

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    Charity needs a new Treasurer

    Our Honorary Treasurer has resigned, effective end March 2012, and a replacement is urgently needed. The Position The Treasurer of River Nile Learning Centre (RNLC) is a member of the Committee of Management and is expected to contribute to policy development.  The main accounting tasks include: Keeping the accounts (currently on MYOB supplemented by Excel) […]

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    Mentoring with the NAB

    Six young women from NAB have been attending fortnightly for a three month period to mentor our students. This follows on from a successful pilot program conducted last year.  During their meetings the mentors have been addressing some of the content to be delivered as part of our Work Related Skills VCAL module. The program has been very successful and […]

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