Multicultural Youth Tasmania‘s (MYT) MY Education Programs provides holistic and targeted pathway planning and study support for young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds.
MY Education program strengthen connections between students, families, schools and Communities. MY Education combines group activities and workshops, school outreach and individual supports, to help young people to achieve their academic and/or vocation goals. MY Education program includes:
- Aim High out-of –school-hours learning support
- Wellbeing outreach to High school and Colleges
- Drop in study support
- On campus tutoring support with our team of tutors
- Pathways planning workshops
- Transition mentor program
Would you like to get involved in a volunteer capacity? We are currently looking for Tutors and Pathway mentors to assist young people in their learning journey. Visit our volunteer page to complete an expression of interest form.
Learn more about MY Education
MOOEC is a collection of free online English lessons provided by universities and colleges. Categories include reading, writing, listening, speaking and short courses. Register to start learning English for free: https://mooec.com/
CALD Community of Practice (CoP)
In 2018 MYAN TAS, a program of Multicultural Youth Tasmania, is hosting the CALD Community of Practice (CoP). The core purpose of the CALD CoP is information sharing and collaboration for the purpose of providing informed advice to CALD students on their educational journeys. The CALD CoP is committed to improving pathways in to tertiary and vocational education for young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds, and is an inclusive and collaborative network which encourages community participation. The CALD CoP was formed in 2016 and hosted by the University of Tasmania for the first two years, and in 2019 it will be hosted by the Young Migrant English Program (YMEP) at TasTAFE.
Last year MYT supported a video resource project ‘Migrant experiences of University Study’ developed by the CoP. The videos are designed to help students prepare for university study. They feature young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds sharing insights about their experiences of tertiary study, giving advice to others about what to expect, and how to prepare. The four videos can be viewed below: