Good News Stories of 2017
Shianne Bin Sali was crowned the Pilbara Girl winner on the Friday 13th October. After a week of intense self-determination workshops ended in a fashion catwalk at Goolarri Media.
Through the IPS program, Owen Boona has successfully signed up to undertake a Certificate 2 in construction. This will hopefully be his first step into an apprenticeship and further training in the construction industry.
Shaniece Ball graduating Year 12 at Karratha Senior High School. We would also like to congratulate the other graduating KM kids, Malik Churnside, Daniel Farmer, Tara Slater, and Andrew James Jnr.
Geraiyah Wiggan was one of 12 young WA leaders selected to fly top Hong Kong for an International Youth Exchange Program. The program gives the attendees the opportunity to develop their understanding of a different culture and make networks for their career goals.
KMAC presented our very own Cultural Awareness training to Rio Tinto & contractors.
Saige Hicks successfully obtained his Leaners permit in October.
Brendon Bobby, Aiden Irvine, Arnold Bobby & Royce Evans flew to Perth and completed their Chemical Application course.
Josie Alec has had a massive year! Established her own bush medicines through Indiji Arts. She was then selected to participate in an intensive two – month Indigenous Business Accelerator program and won second place. She was then chosen to represent Australia at the Overseas Talent Entrepreneur Program in Beijing.
Royce Evans and Elaine James attended the Native Title Conference in Cairns on the 5th – 7th June 2017.