Domino’s registered charity Give for Good inks partnership with Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre

The one-year partnership will see Give for Good provide scholarships for six students to participate in a Certificate IV in Indigenous Leadership.

Domino’s registered charity Give for Good announced a partnership with the Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre (AILC), the country’s national provider of accredited Indigenous Leadership education programs.

The one-year partnership will see Give for Good provide scholarships for six students to participate in a Certificate IV in Indigenous Leadership. The program, called Leading the Way, is designed to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people by strengthening their leadership skills and building on their capabilities.

“Through this course, students will build their confidence, learn new skills, and continue to grow their leadership capabilities,” Give for Good Board Member and acting Chair John Harney said in a media release.

Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre CEO, Robyn Forester, added: “We recognise the importance of leadership in driving sustainable change in our communities. With the scholarship funding from Give for Good, we can continue to help enable our people to develop their careers and expand the ways they contribute to the community.” 

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