What is the Stellar Program?
Stellar is a unique initiative and partnership of local organisations, all working towards a single purpose. We are known as the Clarence Valley Industry Education Forum – CVIEF. In recognition that individual organisations working alone cannot provide the whole of community approach needed to make lasting change, we’ve formed a strong working collective to reach our goals.
What is our goal?
What do we do?
Stellar works with students and teachers from:
- Grafton High School
- South Grafton High School
- McAuley Catholic College
- Maclean High School
We also work with Year 6 students from:
- Gillwinga Public School
- Grafton Public School
- Gulmarrad Public School
- Maclean Public School
- South Grafton Public School Westlawn Yamba,
- St Mary’s Catholic Primary School
- St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School
- Westlawn Public School
- Yamba Public School
We offer information and guidance on getting into university to all parents and families within the Clarence region, regardless of which school their child attends.
How are we funded?
The Stellar Program is coordinated by the Equity and Diversity Office at Southern Cross University.
P: 02 6620 3362 E : firstname.lastname@example.org
Head, Equity and Diversity Office
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Term One, 2019:
Year 7 In-School Workshops
February 19th-22nd March
Year 7 Workshops are delivered in class groups at program partners schools. In these workshops students have the opportunity to explore the concepts of career decision making and goal setting as they begin their journey through high school.
Year 10 Career Role Models Days- In-School Forums
April 5th-16th May
Members from the local community visit each school with the Stellar Program Team to share their career pathway, answer students questions and provide advice on the skills and strengths they have found useful in their chosen careers.