Tea Tree Gully Winter Warmer Market

On one of Adelaide’s coldest days this winter tucked inside HIVE 12 Twenty Five in Modbury buzzed a cozy arts and crafts market. The Winter Warmer Market is unique to the City of Tea Tree Gully attracting over 35 stallholders, including local businesses and young entrepreneurs. The success of this year’s market can largely be … Continue reading Tea Tree Gully Winter Warmer Market

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Modbury giving youth business opportunities

A new market in Tea Tree Gully is providing an exciting platform for young South Australian entrepreneurs to develop their brands and styles. The Winter Warmer Market is the first of its kind in Modbury, aiming to build a sense of community through promoting and supporting local artists and businesses An initiative of HIVE 12 Twenty-five, … Continue reading Modbury giving youth business opportunities

Volunteering gives students employability edge

If you want to get out of the classroom this study period, use your disciplinary knowledge to get involved in the community with the Community Service Learning Project EDUC4186 at the University of South Australia. Health science student, Samantha Stephens, became a mentor with the Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME). 'I originally wanted to be an occupational … Continue reading Volunteering gives students employability edge

UniSA Mawson Lakes celebrates Reconciliation Week

Sunshine and a warm welcome to Mawson Lakes Reconciliation Week activities continued across UniSA campuses, creating an atmosphere of respect and recognition for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. It began with the Kaurna Welcome to Country and a didgeridoo performance by Robert Taylor. Music by Lemorai Islanders Groove and Max Garcia-Underwood entertained the audience … Continue reading UniSA Mawson Lakes celebrates Reconciliation Week

Paving the path to Reconciliation

UniSA's Reconciliation Week activities kicked off on Wednesday 27 May at Magill Campus before making the rounds to Mawson Lakes, City East and concluding at City West on Monday 2 June. Thanks to Student Experience Team, especially Events Coordinator, Dan Hales who has planned these events to support the first Reconciliation Action Plan in a South Australian university. … Continue reading Paving the path to Reconciliation

Learning, not earning…yet

Earlier this month, the Volunteering and Community Engagement team joined the Careers Services team to showcase how students can get involved in their community nationally and internationally to gain valuable work experience for their future careers. Volunteering and Community Engagement Support Officer, and graduate intern, Tanya Brain says, ‘We really want to meet students, build a culture of volunteering, … Continue reading Learning, not earning…yet