On Thursday 17 May 2018, a record number of Melbournians will spend the night on the cold concrete floor of the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) with only the comfort of a cardboard box, as a public show of support for young people experiencing homelessness in Victoria for Sleep at the 'G 2018.
Victorian Parliamentary Inquiry into Careers Advice Activities hears from young people who have disengaged from the education system.
Melbourne City Mission, one of the State’s leading providers of disability, education, homelessness, justice and early years services, has applauded the 2018 State Budget’s focus on education and skills.
On Tuesday 24 April, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Education, Ms Judith Graley MP officially opened the campus, based at the Melbourne Polytechnic precinct in Prahran. The campus includes three new classrooms and the recently relocated HEAT (Hospitality Employment and Training) program.
Melbourne Football Club’s Michael Hibberd and Jake Melksham are launching the sixth annual Sleep at the 'G event to raise awareness and vital funds to support young people impacted by homelessness.