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Community Engagement Officer - Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander

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​​​​​​​​Gudamulli (Hello), Jack is a proud Darumbal Man and since high school he​'s been rediscovering his Aboriginal heritage. He understands how much identity​ means to students of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Descent and it's importance to the success of a young person. I was lucky to find my passion early on in life which is supporting young Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people and connecting them in with their communities and helping them find their identity and embrace their culture. 

As a Community Engagement Officer at BBSC, Jack's aim is to -

  • ​To advocate for students, negotiate relevant support for academic​​c, social and/or emotional development.
  • Provide educational counselling and support services to Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander students​
  • Liaise with parents/caregivers of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander students
  • Provide information to the school community about Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Social and Cultural perspectives.
  • Participate in the development of activities, in and out of school, likely to enhance the involvement in education of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Students and their families. ​
To contact the Community Engagement Officer - Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander​ officer, please call 3893 561 or email jtres0@eq.edu.au​

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Last reviewed 24 May 2021
Last updated 24 May 2021