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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 MovesWednesday, August 8th, 2018 at 12:08pm
Future Moves had a fantastic time talking about the future of work with Year 9 and 10 students from Melville High School yesterday. Thank you for having us at your school, and we look forward to continuing to work with your students throughout the remainder of the year.

Tahlia Danks | School Outreach Officer, Mid North Coast
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Future MovesFriday, July 13th, 2018 at 12:33pm
Let Us Now Pause For a Moment of Science

Students from Mt Austin High School and Narrandera High School have recently participated in the National Indigenous Science Education Program (NISEP), delivered at the Wagga Wagga CSU campus.
The school students were able to explore and utilise the world class facilities provided by CSU science faculty, with the assistance of Future Moves leaders. Students were also given a live demonstration of incomplete combustion and the importance of clean fuels, through a fiery display.
We are not sure who had the most fun, CSU staff or the school students undertaking the activities.

Matt Harrigan | School Outreach Officer, Future Moves Riverina
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Future MovesFriday, June 22nd, 2018 at 11:47pm
Thank you Parkes East Public School . It was a pleasure having your students at the Orange CSU campus. We are looking forward to seeing you again later this year for in school workshops.
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Future MovesThursday, June 7th, 2018 at 10:41pm
Strong Moves in the Riverina

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander students from Mount Austin High School & Albury’s James Fallon High School and Murray High School - NSW DEC finished off their CSU Strong Moves experience last week.

Across 4 Strong Moves sessions in May and June, the students participated in a number of workshops including Agriculture, Botany, Aboriginal Bush Foods & Medicine, Podiatry, Nursing and Environmental Science.

In honour of the National Reconciliation Week theme “Don’t Keep History a Mystery”, the students participated in their final workshop focussed on Aboriginal history and culture. With a new appreciation of their history the students can hopefully dream big and plan for a brighter future.

Many thanks to the Academic staff for running the workshops, the Ngungilanna and Winan Gidyal Indigenous Student Centre staff for their hospitality, the Schools for their support and the Students themselves for making it a great program.

Peter Beath | Indigenous Liaison Coordinator, Future Moves
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Future MovesWednesday, June 6th, 2018 at 7:34pm
Camden Haven High School – Distance Education

Future Moves had the pleasure of meeting distance education students from Camden Haven High School at the Port Macquarie Charles Sturt University campus on Monday.

The students came from across the state, with some students even coming all the way from the idyllic shores of Lord Howe Island, to participate in environmental science and graphic design activities with our academics as part of their three day mini-school.

After getting our hands dirty simulating an oil spill and playing around with design resources, the day concluded with a Future Moves leader Q&A panel run by our current students, which provided some insight into what university life is like.

We hope you had as much fun as we did, and we look forward to working with you again at your next mini-school adventure!

Tahlia Danks | School Outreach Officer