Mentor Support Network (MSN) is a dynamic not-for-profit organisation that assists young students experiencing significant socio-economic difficulties or family challenges.
Provides a range of services for early childhood education and development.
Free services that include: Help finding and developing small business ideas businesss skills development and training
- 02 4929 1884
Atwea College, formerly known as WEA Hunter (Worker’s Educational Association – Hunter), was established as a way of providing education to blue collar workers more than 100 years ago.
The Benevolent Society supports Australians by offering integrated support services for children, young people, families, people with disability, older Australians and carers.
The University of Newcastle Legal Centre (UNLC) is the centrepiece of the Newcastle Law School’s clinical program.
Elermore Vale Early Learning Centre is a community based/not-for-profit boutique 39 place long day care, caring for children for over 35 years. Offering two rooms catering for 0 - 2 …
The Olive Branch Café Hamilton provides young people with the opportunity to develop hands-on work skills through participating in the operation of a functioning busy café
Margaret Jurd College is a registered, non-government alternative option for young people who may not have been able to engage with mainstream secondary education.