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We’d like to hear your feedback

The Wajarri Community Office would like your feedback. Our dedicated staff do their best to serve our community and provide support for our members. We’d love to hear your feedback so that we can continue to improve our services. If you have interacted with us at the Wajarri Community Office over the past 12 months, please take 5 minutes to provide some feedback via the following survey.

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Wajarri Community Office Sponsorship for 2019/2020 Financial Year

The Wajarri Community Office are pleased to announce the boards of MWAC and WWBL have set aside limited funds to sponsor Wajarri Yamatji people or organisations in the Wajarri Yamatji communities for the 2019/2020 financial year.   Sponsorship applications from Wajarri Yamatji people and or organisations in the Wajarri Yamatji Communities close Friday 3 January 2020. All applications will be assessed using the following criteria; How the proposal supports WY people actively involved in programs,

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ATMS (Database) Morning Tea

You are invited to Morning Tea! On Thursday the 14th of November 2019 at 10.30 – 11.30 am to introduce you to our ‘NEW’ Database ATMS (Aboriginal Trust Management System). Come on down to see how we manage your personal details and the Program applications. Wajarri Community Office 70 Forrest St Geraldton Phone: (08) 9997 3444

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Wajarri Education, Employment and Training Fund

As part of its obligations for mining the Weld Range Project near Cue, Sinosteel Midwest Corporation provides for the Wajarri Education, Employment and Training Fund for approved members of the Wajarri Community. The main programs provided by the fund are: Yanburi Scholarship Program which provides scholarship funds for higher education streams including bridging courses to enable entry to higher education and higher education level studies not only at GUC but at any university in Australia.

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