The Lucy Mentoring Program is a one on one mentoring program offered to female undergraduate students in the faculty of business and economics, in their 2nd year and above of undergraduate studies. The program connects female students with industry leaders and professionals. The relationships the mentees build with their mentors helps them with identifying the skills they need to be successful in their future career paths, as well as offering advice and guidance. Both the mentees and mentors are required to be committed to the program by spending 20 hours together over 5 months.
This program helps children learn about a social issue as they learn to read in their local language. At the same time it guides them in making a plan to address the social issue and share the fruit of their efforts with other children around the globe. The project is at www.Scriptastic.org.
Liam Foldi is 16 and created Kenshi Charity Candles as a Social Enterprise to make it easier for any person, club, school or charity to raise money easily. As a social enterprise he donates over half his profit to fund charities and worthy causes that make a real difference in the world. Kenshi is about enabling people that want to make a real difference to raise thousands of dollars without the uncomfortable task of asking for donations. Struggling to keep up with demand, he is collaborating with the Chin refugee community in Melbourne to produce the candles. After fleeing from civil war in Myanmar, these amazing people are now earning much needed income by making the candles here in Melbourne. https://kenshicandles.com/pages/our-story