Centre for Aboriginal Studies Curtin Extra Programs
The CAS Deadly Mentoring Program is available to all Indigenous Australian students studying at Centre for Aboriginal Studies (CAS). It’s designed for you to develop and grow and combines skill-building workshops with social activities. At theses ‘yarning circles’ students and recent graduates share insights and advice on studying at university. With four program days run throughout the year, we cover topics such as motivation, resilience, leadership, presentation skills and more.
The National Indigenous Business Summer School WA (NIBSSWA) is a free, fun, week-long residential program for Year 11 and 12 students which runs annually and rotates host Universities. NIBSSWA is an initiative of the Australian Business Deans Council in collaboration with Curtin University, Edith Cowan University, Murdoch University, The University of Notre Dame Australia and The University of Western Australia.
NIBSSWA Mentors (Curtin students) are an essential part of the camp. Throughout the week, under the direction of NIBSSWA supervisors, mentors work closely with a group of students, assisting, supporting and encouraging them as they progress through the camp activities.