PO Box 4046 Springfield, Qld 4300

 

HOW WE OPERATE

Look at what we are doing 

Our programs help people develop talents and become more employable

When a person comes from a disadvantaged background, further schooling, relevant training, and/or more advanced education will always help. It is almost impossible to build a brighter future, without the right level of education.

Education – Education – Education

There can be no doubt that for better opportunities and work security, education is the key.

From experience with indigenous people and with former service personnel, CIS is well aware of just how important, education is. And that is education in the broadest sense.

Central to our approach is our national program of scholarships, student support and post-school opportunities.

Specifically, CIS programs cover activities to:

  • help improve awareness and identity
  • develop talents and potential
  • build human capital
  • facilitate employability
  • enhance quality of life
  • contribute to fulfilling dreams and aspirations.

At CIS, what we are on about, is reaching out to those people who are less fortunate. In all our work we are giving deserving people access to a quality education. We are giving them the chance for a better future outlook and to improve their opportunities. And we want to give them the chance to taste success.

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