Thank you-NASCA

NASCA was founded in 1995 by Aboriginal NRL player, David Liddiard. We use role models, leadership figures and trained professionals to implement a range of programs across Australia for Aboriginal students and young people.

These encourage school attendance and promote self-confidence. They also encourage our participants to take pride in their history and culture, inspire positive lifestyle choices and choose meaningful career paths.

With more than 11,000 young Aboriginal Australians participating in our programs since 1995, NASCA continues to build on its achievements. Located at the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence (NCIE) in Redfern, NASCA runs Careers and Aspirations camps, Academy programs in schools in South Sydney and the Dubbo region, and Athletes as Role Models tours to the Central Desert. All of our work focuses on engagement and participation, and we have specific objectives for each program.

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