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Multicultural Youth Transition Mentors Program​

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Multicultural Youth (MY) Transition Mentor Program supports young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds with the transition into higher education, Vocational Education and Training (VET) and/or work.

Migrant Resource Centre Tasmania (TAS) will sign up between 10 and 20 young people from a refugee and migrant background to be mentored and will continue to recruit mentors from UTAS and Tas TAFE. The transition mentors will assist mentees to prepare for the transition from college and the Young Migrant Education Program (YMEP) to tertiary education, training, and work. Recruitment will focus on encouraging young people who are from a refugee and migrant background to participate as mentors.

The program supports young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds to have:

 Improved understanding of pathways to further education, training, and employment.
New connections with members of the Tasmanian community.
Increased support networks for young people entering higher education and VET courses.

Please contact the MYT to refer into the program 

Referral Form FINAL- Youth

MY Education Talks- Advice videos for parents and students

The MY Education Talks videos offer pathway planning advice to parents and students and aim to increase understanding of the Tasmanian Education system for newly arrived families. Please also refer to the MY Education maps resource for information about the Tasmanian education system.

Resources for Supporting Multicultural Families

-Save the Children Tasmania

The Multicultural Home to School Participation project, School Talk resources have been developed through working closely with Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CaLD) families, key schools, and stakeholders.

Free Online English Resources

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MYT have collated a some free self-guided online English lessons. Links to free course can be found below. Please come to MYT Drop in at MRC Tas in Glenorchy Wednesdays from 3pm for further suport or information.


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:

British council Learning English 

i. Click the Skills icon on the toolbar

ii. Pick which skill (speaking, listening, reading and writing) you want to practice an activity on

iii. Please complete

Woodward English

iv. Click on ‘start now’ and create a course for yourself


Expresso English http://1.
v. On the top toolbar click FREE SAMPLES. Pick a sample lesson and give it a try.

Educational Videos