What’s happening for Social Enterprise Schools in 2020?
In 2020, Social Enterprise Schools will continue to expand with additional teacher resources, professional development opportunities and student access options.
Capabilities: The new currency for success
Co-Founder and CEO of ACRE, Matt Pfahlert, looks at how we can ensure Victoria's young people have the critical and creative thinking needed to thrive.
Behind the Program: Thamurrurr Indigenous Youth Corporation
We take a look at the Introduction to Social Enterprise program which took place at the Dumu Social Enterprise Cafe in Bright, North East Victoria earlier this year.
Old Beechworth Gaol: Community Buy Back
Social Enterprise Academy Australia and ACRE are based out of the Old Beechworth Gaol – ACRE led the buyback of the Old Beechworth Gaol and are in the process of creating a vibrant precinct for the region.
Social Enterprise Schools in Yuendumu
Earlier this year ACRE / SEA Australia worked alongside the Wanta Aboriginal Corporation to deliver a week of Social Enterprise Schools learning to pupils at Yuendumu School in the Northern Territory, an Indigenous Community which sits on the edge of the Tanami Desert.
Whitty Workers Cafe & Carwash | Whitfield Primary School
Last month we spoke to young people at Whitfield District Primary in Victoria to find out more about their social enterprise, Whitty Workers Cafe & Carwash.
Our Annual Report
We have recently published our 2017 Annual Report, use the link below to take a look.