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AIME
12/02/2016 at 04:00. Facebook
Come on a journey as our program evolves into the Theatre of Education in 2017, producing 50 of the best educational shows the world has ever seen.

Join the dream team - [ Aimementoring.com Link ]
AIME
11/27/2016. Facebook
AIME
11/28/2016 at 04:00. Facebook
Jobs now open - head to [ Aimementoring.com Link ] to throw your hat in the ring!
AIME
11/27/2016. Facebook
AIME
11/25/2016. Facebook
"At the beginning of this year, I stood in front of a camera just like this and I told you my story. I told you the story of my family, and how the achievements of those who've come before me and helped me get to the position I'm in today. And at the beginning of this year, I thought I was so ready to take on this Co-CEO role, but I could have no idea just how much work it would actually...
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AIME
11/24/2016. Facebook
There's a story behind the 'Heart' tee, and it starts with one kid and one teacher. In 2011, Lily Tranby was sitting in her Year 3 class, learning about Aboriginal culture. Her teacher, Angie Asgill, also spoke about AIME. After school, Lily thought about what she'd learned that day... and she began to draw.

This is the story of one teacher planting the seed of an idea that inspired one...
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AIME
11/24/2016. Facebook
"I’d like to share my story with you.

It starts with one kid. A skinny, fair-skinned Aboriginal boy who’s not having the happiest time at school. He’s into sport; fast, agile, and his favourite label: cheeky. This boy has a few encounters with racism, and lands himself in the Deputy Principal’s office on more occasions than he has the care to count. There he sits, writing the school rules...
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AIME
11/21/2016. Facebook
Tim Minchin. Speaks the truth.
AIME
11/19/2016. Facebook
Sunday. Might just be the day that changes everything.

We’re looking for Indigenous applicants aged 18–25 to be our Co-CEO in 2017. Apply now for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
AIME
11/18/2016. Facebook
There's a story behind the 'Heart' tee, and it starts with one kid and one teacher. In 2011, Lily Tranby was sitting in her Year 3 class, learning about Aboriginal culture. Her teacher, Angie Asgill, also spoke about AIME. After school, Lily thought about what she'd learned that day... and she began to draw.

This is the story of one teacher planting the seed of an idea that inspired one...
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AIME
11/18/2016. Facebook
Rhiannon, Kate, Kyle, Zoe, Sophie and Shaquille. Meet the next generation of world changers.

SYNOPSIS: The Aboriginal Ancestral Spirits are awakened from this Ancient land of ours bringing forth new life to this Land that were all connected to. Our Earth, Fire and Water Spirits cleanse the land once again preparing and making way for the Keepers of our Culture who preserve and create a new...
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AIME
11/18/2016. Facebook
With these words, Andrea Mason accepted the title of the Northern Territory's Australian of the Year earlier this month. Yesterday, she was named Australian Businesswoman of the Year.

Andrea is the CEO of an organisation empowering more than 3,000 women and their families in a remote part of the Northern Territory. The Ngaanyatjarra Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (NPY) Women's Council works...
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AIME
11/17/2016. Facebook
You've seen the AIME's Got Game singers on stage last week. This time tomorrow, we'll bring you the dancers. Catch a sneak peek of one of our finalists, Sophie.

"My name is Sophie, I’m in year 10 and go to school in Gippsland, Victoria. I am from the Tweed Coast mob and my tribe is Bundjalung.

The things that make me my happiest is if I'm surrounded by family, riding my horse, and I love...
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AIME
11/14/2016. Facebook
"At the moment, for your generation, there is one overriding Aboriginal bit of knowledge that I think the world, the whole world desperately needs, and you're going to have to be the team, the generation, the movement that's going to carry that idea to the whole world." - Jeff McMullen, AIME Year 9 Pathways to Success session, 3 Nov 2009, St Paul's College, University of Sydney.
AIME
11/13/2016. Facebook
One year ago, we brought you Danisha and Hannah's story. Where are they now? Danisha (left) is at university, studying her Bachelor of Education, majoring in Aboriginal Studies and History. Hannah (right) is still killing it as our Western Sydney University Centre Manager and heading into one of the biggest weeks of the year, with 500 Indigenous high school kids hitting Parramatta and...
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AIME
11/11/2016. Facebook
AIME
11/11/2016. Facebook
AIME's Got Game. The whole shebang!!! ✌ #wannachangetheworld #aimementoring #indigenoussuccess

(Sorry crew, Sydney wifi was wigging out so we've brought you the performance 5 mins hot off the press!).
AIME
11/11/2016. Facebook
AIME
11/11/2016. Facebook
On Wednesday, six kids flew into Sydney. Tonight, six superstars take to the stage.

We'll bring you their performance *LIVE* from the AIME Gala Ball. Tune in to our Facebook or Insta at 8:20pm to catch their AIME Anthem for 2016 ✌

With a huge thanks to the legends at SongDivision who always bring the music magic, and the team NIDA - National Institute of Dramatic Art who know all there is to...
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AIME
11/11/2016. Facebook
"I was one of the first mentees back in 2005 at Alexandria Park Community School. Now I'm a mentor myself with Tribal Warrior Association. I guess I want to say thank you. Thanks to all the people who have done this. Jack was my mentor back in 2005 and look where he is now, look where I am now, mentoring Indigenous boys and young people to get a good education, finish school, get a job. I love...
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