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Students give Indigenous scholarships full marks

Three AIEF Scholarship students from remote communities who now attend The Scots College in Sydney appear in The Australian, discussing their hopes and dreams for after finishing Year 12.

Improving health will improve Indigenous lives

AIEF Graduate Injarra Harbour (St Joseph's Nudgee College) discusses his aspirations to study medicine and close the life expectancy gap in Indigenous communities in an opinion piece in The Daily Telegraph.

AIEF partner Commonwealth Bank among Australia’s best workplaces

AIEF Corporate Partner Commonwealth Bank has been named in AFR BOSS Magazine’s 2021 ranking of Australia’s best places to work.

AIEF partners and supporters among Australia's biggest philanthropists

Corporate giving reached an all-time high in Australia in 2020 and we weren’t surprised to see that many of AIEF’s major partners and supporters were among the most generous donors

AIEF-BHP Tertiary Scholarship Graduates continue to Think Big

Five AIEF-BHP Tertiary Scholars have recently graduated from university, bringing the total number of AIEF-BHP Tertiary Graduates to 21 to date.

Making waves: Decision time for AFL's newest draft buddy

AIEF Graduate and emerging football star Jamarra Ugle-Hagan (Scotch College, Melbourne) features on the front page of The Australian ahead of the 2020 AFL national draft pick.

Winton 'trailblazer' features in Sky News documentary

AIEF Graduate Injarra (St Joseph's Nudgee College) talks to The Longreach Leader about discussing his goals and dreams in the Sky News Changing Our Nation documentary.

Education drives Kirrah’s dream

Kirrah Stothers has gone from an outback town in the Northern Territory to boarding at Seymour College in Adelaide. She shares her advice for students dealing with their own challenges at school in the Kids News Q&A.

Q&A with Yvonne Sampson

Yvonne Sampson talks with The Weekend Australian Magazine about hosting the Sky News Australia documentary Changing Our Nation.

Educating Australia about Indigenous potential

AIEF Scholarship Student Aspen Moore from Pymble Ladies' College appears in the News Corp Australia Network coverage about the premiere of the Sky News documentary Changing Our Nation.

Kids get chance to be Australia's first Indigenous PM

AIEF Scholarship Students Injarra Harbour, Amelya and Lilly See Kee, Aspen Moore and Kirrah Stothers feature in News Corp Australia Network coverage about the premiere of the Sky News documentary Changing Our Nation. This article appeared on news.com.au and in The Courier Mail, The Daily Telegraph, The NT News, Townsville Bulletin, Perth Now and Weekly Times.

Documentary to feature See Kee sisters

AIEF Scholarship Students and sisters Amelya and Lilly (St Monica's College, Cairns) feature in the Cape and Torres News about their career aspirations and their role in the Sky News Australia documentary Changing Our Nation.

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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.