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Sporting academy empowers Aboriginal youth, by Michelle Engelsmen

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Sporting academy empowers Aboriginal youth
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Sporting academy empowers Aboriginal youth
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by Michelle Engelsmen
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eng
Summary
Describes the National Aboriginal Sporting Chance Academy (NASCA) and its role in encouraging Indigenous youth by building their self-esteem through sport and education programs to finish school; it runs in conjunction with other programs such as the Athletes as Role Models (ARM tour) and Careers and Aspirations Program (CAP) and is supported by the local communities and schools; also helps strengthen aspirations towards a career path; camps are run in Redfern at the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence and also in remote communites
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Engelsmen, Michelle
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non fiction
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  • National Centre of Indigenous Excellence
  • National Aboriginal Sporting Chance Academy
  • Role models
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Sporting academy empowers Aboriginal youth, by Michelle Engelsmen
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Sporting academy empowers Aboriginal youth, by Michelle Engelsmen
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