Are you or your youth disengaged or at risk of disengaging from school/study or work?
Moogji’s Youth worker is here to assist children, teenagers, and young adults to improve their lives and aid in their transition to adulthood as contributing members of society.
Our Youth Worker, Levi Martin a local Koori man born and raised in Orbost is commitment to improving the lives of our youth and those who need support in their emotional, social, educational, and personal growth.
If you’re aged from 10 to 26 years old, we can provide:
- Help developing your social skills and independence
- Emotional support
- Life skills: for example, learn how to cook, or pay your bills
- Assisting with work experience
- Preparing for job interviews
- Assistance to help you stay in school or enrol into future studies
Moogji Aboriginal Council also offers amazing opportunities to our youth to attend several excursion and camp.
- Camp Marook
- Youth camps including, Canberra, Uluru, and Broome in 2023
- Cultural Camps
The Transport Accident Commission (TAC) L2P Program
The Transport Accident Commission (TAC) L2P Program is a community-based program developed to assist eligible young Victorian learner drivers between the ages of 16 and 21 years (and in some circumstances, up to 23 years) who do not have access to a supervising driver, or an appropriate vehicle gain driving experience required for a probationary licence.
How Does The Program Work?
Young people are matched with a fully licensed volunteer mentor and use a fully maintained and serviced vehicle to gain their 120 hours of driving experience required to obtain a probationary driver’s licence.
Eligible learner drivers will also receive up to seven professional lessons throughout the program to evaluate their progress at the different stages of learning to drive.
This Program Offers:
• Mentor support for learner drivers to gain their required 120 driving experience.
• Access to an EACH sponsored car
• Up to seven Professional driving lessons for learner drivers
• Professional driving instructor assessment
• Volunteer program for mentor driver
• Training provided for volunteer mentors
Want to Become a Mentor?
• Are you over 21 years of age?
• Can make a commitment of least on hour a week?
• Hold a full driver’s licence?
• Want to help young people?
Mentoring provides volunteers with the opportunity to meet new people, develop new skills and have a positive impact on the lives of young learner drivers. By becoming a Mentors, you will develop a trusting and supportive relationship with the young person by providing them with the tools they need to be safe and confident drivers.
If you would like to become a Mentor, please call Moogji on 51542133 for more information.