News And Media
The Australian – In Freeman's footsteps, a path of endless possibilities
Edna Coolburra aspires to give back to her community after graduating last month on a scholarship provided by AIEF in partnership with the Cathy Freeman Foundation.
Thu 10 Dec 2015
The Australian – Tea and selfies: PM makes their day
AIEF Scholarship Student Wyatt and AIEF-BHP Billiton Scholarship Student Matthew reflect on an unforgettable day at Parliament House.
Wed 25 Nov 2015
The Australian – If they were prime minister: the gap stops here
Joint winners of the "If I were Prime Minister" competition, AIEF Scholarship Student Wyatt and and AIEF-BHP Billiton Scholarship Student Matthew, share their vision for the nation in the lead up to meetings with the Prime Minister and other senior politicians.
Tue 24 Nov 2015
Closing the gap in Indigenous education
Andrea Booth, Jason Thomas
Year 12 students Kalina and Mitchell speak to NITV News about what it means to be part of AIEF's biggest graduating class to date.
Wed 4 Nov 2015
The Australian – Goodes above the pack
Patricia Karvelas says strong support for GO Foundation co-founder Adam Goodes shows that the majority of Australians stand with Goodes, and against racism.
Sat 24 Oct 2015
The Australian – Fund heavyweights unite in power of good
The Weekend Australian profiles the Future Generation Investment Company, a listed investment vehicle with fund managers that forego their fees so the company can commit to donate 1% of its assets to Australian charities including AIEF each year.
Mon 19 Oct 2015
The Australian – Define goals and plan how to get there
Andrew Penfold says a clear and measurable definition of success is the essential first step towards improving educational outcomes in Australian schools.
Mon 19 Oct 2015
The Australian – Mob motivation an aid to realising potential
AIEF Alum and Our Mob Teach forum guest speaker Sarah Treacy talks to The Australian about her commitment to teaching in remote Kimberley communities.
Fri 2 Oct 2015
The Australian – Lose red tape to lift outcomes
Andrew Penfold says Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s business background bodes well for meaningful progress in Indigenous affairs.
Fri 2 Oct 2015
The Australian – Stay strong and resilient, Peta Credlin tells young women
AIEF Alumni Kygim and Sarah share their goals after hearing from inspiring women, including Peta Credlin, at The Australian Women's Weekly Women of the Future Awards in Sydney.
Wed 23 Sep 2015
Exercise First Look gives students an insight into ADF careers
From Friday 28 to Saturday 29 August, 13 AIEF Scholarship students in Years 10, 11 and 12 participated in the Australian Defence Force (ADF) Exercise First Look at the Royal Military College – Duntroon and the Australian Defence Force Academy (ADFA). The exercise, which included team building activities and a tour of the ADFA Open Day, was designed to give students an insight into careers in the ADF.
Tue 1 Sep 2015
The Weekend Australian – Marching to the beat of an inspirational drum
The Weekend Australian profiles aspiring Army doctor Mary Kerr, one of 14 AIEF Scholarship Students who attended the 2015 Australian Defence Force ‘Exercise First Look’, and AIEF Alum Lieutenant Thomas Boase, one of the serving members leading the exercise.
Mon 31 Aug 2015