29 May 2013
AIME Mentoring founder hits Bundoora campus this Friday!
Sir Richard Branson joins AIME founder at the launch of ‘AIME Mentors 4 Life Program’.
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AIME is the Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience, a program that offers you the opportunity to build on your skills and experience and have fun doing it. AIME provides a dynamic educational program that gives Indigenous high school students the skills, opportunities, belief and confidence to finish school at the same rate as their peers.
RMIT joined the AIME family in 2010, after recognising the positive impact AIME has had in driving the academic achievement of Indigenous students.
On Friday 31 May, AIME CEO and former Australian Human Rights Medalist and NSW Young Australian of the Year, Jack Manning Bancroft, will visit our Bundoora campus to celebrate the success of the AIME mentoring program.
During his visit, Manning Bancroft will share AIME’s magic model of mentoring, as well as speak about AIME Mentors 4 Life Program, an exciting new program that was recently launched with support from Virgin founder Sir Richard Branson at the University of South Australia.
For more information visit AIME at RMIT.