NAIDOC celebrations with MEGT VTEC

NAIDOC celebrations with MEGT VTEC

  • Published on Tuesday 14 July, 2015
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VTEC Mentor Sonny Secombe in the field

MEGT VTEC sponsored the NAIDOC celebrations at the Riddell District Football League in Melbourne on 11th July.  VTEC participant Robbie Lynch who is employed as Project Co-ordinator by Ambulance Victoria in their Aboriginal Employment Program was one of the organisers of the event. Robbie will be successfully completing  the VTEC Program at the end of July.

Sunbury Kangaroos Football and Netball Club hosted Rupertswood Sharks Football and Netball Club in a NAIDOC match. MEGT and VTEC logo’s were included on the guernseys, netball uniforms.

VTEC Mentor Sonny Secombe attended to watch the Rupertswood defeat the Kangaroos by 12 points, Sonny represented VTEC and was also a part of the pre-game ceremony participating in a pre-game cultural performance.

MEGT Australia is the Vocational Training and Employment Centre (VTEC) provider for Melbourne, Victoria. MEGT VTEC is designed to place more than 250 Indigenous Australians into employment in the Greater Melbourne region. The VTEC has no age restrictions.

Contact us on 03 9871 6000 to learn more about VTEC.


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NAIDOC stands for National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee. Its origins can be traced to the emergence of Aboriginal groups in the 1920′s which sought to increase awareness in

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