Bari is our Aboriginal Youth program, which is short for Baribunmani Wanyi Ngay and translates to “I dreamed of you”. The Bari program has been created to inspire and encourage students to reach for their dreams, all while promoting future career paths within health.
Bari is aimed at Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander high school students in Year 8 to year 12.
The long-term objective of Bari is to increase the number of Aboriginal people employed in the Health workforce in the NSW North Coast, thereby improving the cultural safety of local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
We offer fun and interactive half day sessions at our UCRH sites. We want high school students to feel at ease in a tertiary learning environment and hear from local Aboriginal Community members who are currently working within health.
Bari session program (each session changes to suit the ages/ interests of the students)
10.00am- Welcome to country
10:10am- Overview of the day
10:20am -Simulation skills session 1
10:50am- Simulation skills session 2
11:20am- Morning tea
11:40am- Panel of local Aboriginal Health workers in a variety of roles speaking about their career journey
12:10pm- Interactive activity with students
12:45pm- health careers clips/ quiz
To register your school to attend a session, or for any additional information please contact Susan Parker Pavlovic on 0402 972 050 or Email- firstname.lastname@example.org