Ucan2 is a partnership between the Centre for Multicultural Youth (CMY) and Foundation House, and is funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services. It recognises the need t... Read More
“The lack of data to show where multicultural young people are at and how to best advocate for them was what spurned this research on,” said Soo-Lin Quek, CMY’s Manager and MC for this historic launch... Read More
Over 15 families from the local area gathered at Navan Park in Melton for the inaugural CMY CSG Family Fun Day on Saturday 26 January 2019. It was a perfect, sunny day for a picnic and BBQ in the park... Read More
CMY will deliver two new Community Support Groups with South Sudanese communities in Dandenong and Melton, funded by the Victorian Government.     In late July this year, the Victorian Government anno... Read More
The Centre for Multicultural Youth (CMY) is pleased to invite you to our statewide forum: Multicultural Youth Mentoring – Emerging Practices Come and hear about some emerging practices in youth mentor... Read More
The 2018/19 Victorian State Budget opens up significant opportunities in a range of areas that resonate with young people’s futures. Strengthening multicultural young people’s opportunities will build... Read More
Building on the success of the first-ever Meet your Mentor event at CMY, Round 2 of the essential networking night saw over 25 young people matched with mentors to support them into jobs. Mentors came... Read More
Refugee Education Support Program (RESP) improves the educational outcomes of students from migrant and refugee backgrounds. RESP provides holistic and targeted support to selected schools to strength... Read More
“The Towards Zero Unity Cup, eleventh year of the event, started small,” said Jackson Taylor, Diversity Projects Coordinator, AFL Victoria, “with Essendon FC and Victoria Police setting up a match bet... Read More
“What has made me a stronger leader is failure not success. Failure is so important,” says CMY’s CEO Carmel Guerra OAM. Carmel is known for her over 30-year career in the youth settlement sector and... Read More