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
“No one can tell you who you need to be and how far you can go,” said guest speaker Sherry-Rose Watts, CMY’s Shout Out speaker, businesswoman and youth ambassador with the Victorian government. "That'... Read More
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About Be Seen, Be Heard! - Using social media for positive change The Centre for Multicultural Youth is to run a four-day training program in March 2018, focusing on using social media for positive ch... Read More
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  About Lead Yourself, Lead Others - leadership training for young women The Centre for Multicultural Youth is looking for young women interested in participating in the two-day Lead Yourself, Lead Ot... Read More
“I've always had a passion for helping young people and in 2015, I made the decision to dedicate my time to doing so,” begins Lorrain Ngwenya, founder of youth-focussed organisation, Useful Link, “I... Read More
CMY welcomes Latrobe Valley move to become a Refugee Welcome Zone Gippsland residents and community organisations celebrated Harmony Day this week by officially launching the Valley as a Refugee Welco... Read More
CMY is proud to announce that our CEO, Carmel Guerra has been recognised for her outstanding achievements and service to the community. Carmel was appointed to the Medal of the Order (OAM) General Div... Read More
The Victorian Youth Settlement Network met this week to discuss opportunities for partnership across the multicultural and community sectors. The state-wide network, made up of over a dozen community... Read More
Four Young Leaders have been selected to travel to Manchester UK to participate in the City Football Global Young Leader Summit. Part of the Cityzens Giving global community initiative, the Young Lead... Read More