07 November 2014

Singing and dancing to the beat of Indigenous success

Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME) Got Game session brings together Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and gives them the opportunity to perform and shine in a safe space to share their talents.

AIME CEO, Jack Manning Bancroft, said AIME’s Got Game is a chance to get behind the new generation of Indigenous youth and help realise a brighter vision for Australia.

“We’re seeing the pipeline of Indigenous talent flow through our nation’s veins with the next generation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander doctors, lawyers, nurses, scientists, teachers, trades people and technicians. These kids are breaking down every mould that was cast for them, lighting up our imagination, and leading the nation as we dance to the beat of Indigenous success.”

Three Victorian high school students, Marley Bryant and Tallara Sincalir who are cousins from Shepparton High School and Marindi Jareet from Reservoir High School, do not only attend the AIME program at RMIT but are also finalists in AIME’s Got Game.

Help get them to Sydney for the glory to perform on stage this December by sending them your vote.

To view their entries, visit AIME’s Got Game.

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