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Youth Programs • Blue Star- Youth Leadership Camp • Nations of Origin- Sport Tournament • Blue Light Discos • Project Booyah


Blue Star- Youth Leadership Camp


Nations of Origin- Sport Tournament

Nations of Origin background and facts • Nations of Origin is a multifaceted sport, cultural, education and leadership program. • Nations of Origin has become the largest Aboriginal youth sporting event in NSW. • Team nominations for the 2018 tournament involve 58 rugby league teams, 25 football teams, 14 netball teams, 36 basketball teams and 30 1218 young people have registered to participate in teams for 2018 with a further 100 young people in supporting roles.


Blue Light is one of our most successful and engaging programs for young people. The program is run internationally, with every State and Territory in Australia participating, as well as New Zealand, Fiji, Cook Islands and Papua New Guinea.


Project Booyah

What Is Project Booyah? Project Booyah actively engages young people (aged 15 – 18 years) to build resilience and engagement with education and community, to facilitate their career path and encourage positive life choices. PCYC NSW, in conjunction with the NSW Police Force – Youth Command, provides individual and group programming, mentoring, vocational pathways, skill development, literacy and numeracy support, sport, friendship, workshops, camps and socialisation strategies to build resilience and strength of character, enabling young people to recognise their worth and their ability to make better decisions for their lives. Project Booyah is funded under a grant from the Australian Government.


Nations of Origin- Sport Tournament pcycnsw  

Nations of Origin is a multifaceted sport, cultural, education and leadership program. Nations of Origin has become the largest Aboriginal y...

Nations of Origin- Sport Tournament pcycnsw  

Nations of Origin is a multifaceted sport, cultural, education and leadership program. Nations of Origin has become the largest Aboriginal y...

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