Almost 40 Year 12 students from QLD schools took part in sessions on financial literacy, job interview techniques, public speaking and career options at the AIEF Work Readiness Program in Brisbane.Find out more
The Australian reports the announcement of a new partnership between AIEF and the Yothu Yindi Foundation which aims to deliver better educational outcomes for Yolngu children.Find out more
Some of AIEF's most prominent advocates express their support for AIEF's mission at the launch of the 2013 Annual Report, hosted by KPMG in Sydney.Find out more
Being educated means we can tell the world our story, in our own way. We can use education to take responsibility for our problems and find our own solutions. We should ensure our children grasp their right to be educated and AIEF offers a key to our future.
The AIEF Scholarship Program and the AIEF Pathways Program are supported by the Australian Government in collaboration with individual, philanthropic and corporate supporters from the private sector.