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Future Moves

The Future Moves program aims to inspire school students and young people from regional and rural areas to attend university. Working across more than 70 partner schools, Future Moves sees approximately 14,000 students each year. Future Moves’ core activities are workshops in schools and events on campus aimed at ensuring that students can act on their aspirations in informed and effective ways, have a greater awareness of the opportunities that arise from pursuing university study and an understanding of how university might be part of their future, while making school studies more relevant.
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Future MovesThursday, May 16th, 2019 at 12:18pm
Future Moves visited Junee High School yesterday for a jam packed day of in-school workshops. The students displayed creative thinking, team work and problem solving skills -all in a fun days’ work.
We are not sure who had more fun, the Future Moves team or the students of Junee High School.
Future Moves would like to thank Junee High School staff and students for a great day.

Matt Harrigan | Program Coordinator – Riverina
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Future MovesMonday, May 13th, 2019 at 6:07pm

Staff from Charles Sturt University - CSU Future Moves (Port Macquarie) and Indigenous Student Centre had a fabulous day on Friday at Birpai LALC raising awareness and aspirations with the girls in our partner schools. Our stall was perfectly positioned in the heart of the festival! The girls created inspiring dream boards, magnetic messages, and a collaborative artwork as they chatted about future goals. Here are some highlights…

Rachel Jackett
School Outreach Officer | Port Macquarie
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Future MovesThursday, May 9th, 2019 at 5:46pm
Denison College - Bathurst High Campus getting to know and working with current Charles Sturt University - CSU students. The best opportunity that we can offer is to connect people and give the chance for young students to ask questions.

Tommy Griffiths | School Outreach Officer - Bathurst
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Future MovesMonday, April 8th, 2019 at 5:44pm
Walking the road to University can start early!
Students from Bathurst West Public School & Bowen Public School, Orange - NSW DEC got to walk the halls of Charles Sturt University Bathurst Campus last week. Getting to ask questions to academics and current CSU Students is the best way to find out about the university, especially if you might be the first one in your family to give it a go. These students have what it takes to get there!
Tom L. Griffiths | School Outreach Officer
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Future MovesThursday, February 21st, 2019 at 2:41pm
Our students Break Barriers!

We have a multitude of support networks for our students and we make sure our rural students are going to be A-OK! Many of the young people we see with our Future Moves program are from rural backgrounds and making sure they are aware of the benefits and assistance that CSU has to offer is really important to us.

Come and say hi when you see us in our Future Moves Orange shirts during CSU Orientation!
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WIN News Central West
People living in rural areas are less likely to hold a Bachelor degree than their city counterparts. Access to higher education is one of the challenges, and with university starting up again soon, there is specific help for rural students.