GO Further

During the week of 25 November, during the GO Further campaign, GO will be releasing the results of research that examines the correlation between Indigenous students continuing their education after Year 12, and better outcomes. Stay tuned…the results are quite clear. The longer our students stay in education, the better their outcomes.

We will also be releasing three amazing video stories to promote education after Year 12. The videos will feature our very own Indigenous icon Adam Goodes, reporter and journalist Brooke Boney and AIME Mentoring’s Jake Thomson. We can’t wait to share these stories with you!

During the GO Further campaign, we want to raise funds for 28 public school scholarships. With just $2,500 we can provide an Indigenous high school student with the tools to succeed – internet access, uniforms, sporting equipment, access to excursions, camps and learning support. We need your help. Donate now!

Public school scholarships can make the difference.


Don’t wait for someone to change your future. The message is clear – Indigenous students can pick the educational path that is right for them. It could be university, VET, or any other on-the-job training. We are empowering our students to change their own lives.

Public School Scholarships

A few months ago, in conjunction with the Public Education Foundation, GO launched 4 public school scholarships across NSW (see the blog). We have received so many applications from so many deserving applicants. Thank you to everyone who submitted applications. We will be shortlisting applicants during November and announcing the inaugural scholars in December.

We have also just launched the GO Primary School Scholarships. Applications are being accepted now.