Youth Groups and Programs
Special Tutorial and Assistance Program (STAP)
Metro Assist works in partnership with Australian Catholic University and Western Sydney University to deliver the STAP program. STAP is a program for primary aged students to attend with their parents. Tutors assist students with homework and other tasks while the parents attend information sessions about the Australian school system and the role of education, importance of nutrition, Domestic and Family Violence and other social issues. Held once a week in Hampden Park Public School, Punchbowl Public School, Bankstown Senior College and Ashfield Public School. Contact Maissa Swellam at email@example.com for more information.
We are able to provide up to 10 hours of subsidised driving lessons for young people aged 18-25, looking to get their Provisional Drivers Licence, known as P Plates. Check our Events page for upcoming programs.
This is an early intervention program for young people aged 15 -21 to help prevent crime. The program helps the young people to understand Australian law, and the consequences of involvement in crime and anti-social behaviour. Learn more.
Stay Engaged School Holiday Program
This program is for newly arrived migrants including refugees and humanitarian entrants, to help them to explore Sydney and understand Australian culture and lifestyle.
We organise camps for all newly arrived young migrants. At these camps we work with the young people to develop their social skills and discuss issues such as family relations, self-esteem and their hopes for their future in Australia. Check our Events page for upcoming camps.
Korean Youth Camp
This camp is for young Koreans. While at the camp the groups work on what being an Australian citizen means. They also address issues of personal identity as an Australian citizen and belonging. Check our Events page for upcoming camps.
This program offers homework help for young people who need assistance with their English.
Homework Help is held once a week, for two hours, and is offered in partnership with Marrickville Intensive English Centre. Learn more.
Would you like to learn to make coffee as a profession? We teach young people how to be a barista, as well as information about running a small business.
Diversity Café Project
The Diversity Café is open once a week on Tuesdays and helps young people to learn how to run a café. The Café is run in partnership with Marrickville High School and the Marrickville Intensive English Centre.
Sports for Small and Emerging Communities
Providing youth with sport and recreational activities which will assist them to join with mainstream sporting groups and develop their social and integration skills.
Drug and Alcohol Action Team
A community alliance team in Marrickville aiming to support youth in drug and alcohol issues.