In2Uni activities engage with students in targeted schools and communities to build their awareness and support their aspirations towards higher education.
The Year 6 Kids In2Uni program is designed to provide students, parents and teachers with an opportunity to experience university and begin forming positive connections with higher education from an early age. The program consists of a unit of work delivered by teachers in class, and a one day visit to the University of Wollongong campus to participate in 'taster sessions' and aspiration supporting activities.
Year 8 #FutureMe Program
Incorporates school-based workshops for students and teachers, and engagement opportunity for families, and is support by a progression-based curriculum.
Year 10 Future Finder Program
Consists of a teacher delivered module and an on-campus event for students which is held prior to their senior high school subject selection decisions to help better inform them during this process.
Year 11 Crossroads Program
A collaboration between UOW and the Department of Education, the Crossroads Program will be delivered through a two day symposium on campus and in-class modules delivered by teachers.
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Year 11 HSC Bootcamps
Current university students deliver in-class modules to Year 11 students with the aim of providing HSC tips, information about pathways to higher education, and exam preparation skills.
My time with In2Uni (as a mentor) has been an amazing experience for me, as I get to interact with a large student base from all over the Illawarra and talk to them about their ambitions.