Our Mission

Our Mission

To support and enable Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander girls and young women to make active choices towards realising their full potential.

Where We Do It

Where We Do It

The Stars Foundation has commenced programs in eight locations across the Northern Territory.

Why It Matters

Why It Matters

The program’s focus is on both promoting a positive school environment and on building individual capacity and life skills through the experience.

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Work Exposure in Government

19 September, 2018Posted In : News

Year 12 Tennant Creek Star, Kirsty White, recently took part in the Work Exposure in Government prog READ MORE

Star Excellence!

17 September, 2018Posted In : News

A passion for science and scientific knowledge has led to Pimlico Star, Ebony Pearson, being awarded READ MORE

Stars Explore Indigenous Resources at Townsville Library

12 September, 2018Posted In : News

Our Year 9 and 10 Pimlico State High School Stars celebrated Indigenous Literacy Day last week by sp READ MORE

Building Trust, Boosting Engagement

11 September, 2018Posted In : News

Some Year 10 and 11 Katherine Stars with lower levels of school attendance were taken on an overnigh READ MORE

Jabiru Stars Sharing Culture

10 September, 2018Posted In : News

Each year Jabiru Area School hosts students from Sacred Heart College in Geelong (Victoria) for a we READ MORE

Strengthening Bonds and Fostering Wellbeing

07 September, 2018Posted In : News

After the recent Netball Carnival in Katherine, our Nhulunbuy Stars stayed on for a day of bonding a READ MORE

Darwin Induction Camp for Jabiru Stars

06 September, 2018Posted In : News

Students from our new program in Jabiru, NT, travelled to Darwin for a Stars Induction Camp recently READ MORE

Engagement Activity Focuses on Art

31 August, 2018Posted In : News

During their Year 9 sleepover, our Thuringowa Stars were exposed to a range of different types of ar READ MORE

Inspiring Journey to Success

28 August, 2018Posted In : News

Candice Liddy, a Darwin physiotherapist and businesswoman from a well-known local Indigenous family, READ MORE

Stars Tour RAAF during ‘Pitch Black’ Exercise!

27 August, 2018Posted In : News

Our Nightcliff Stars had a fantastic opportunity to go on a tour of Darwin’s RAAF base during the READ MORE

Stars Go To Uni

23 August, 2018Posted In : News

Five of our amazing Year 12 Casuarina Senior College students have taken part in University familiar READ MORE

Building Bonds in Kakadu

21 August, 2018Posted In : News

Stars has a strong focus on encouraging our students to engage actively in their education. One of t READ MORE

Walking Deadly!

20 August, 2018Posted In : News

‘Walking Deadly’ gives our junior and senior Pimlico Stars an opportunity to rise to a challenge READ MORE

Getting a Feel for Uni Life

16 August, 2018Posted In : News

Three of our Heatley Stars attended the James Cook University’s Winter School for Aboriginal and T READ MORE

Stars Speak Out for Wiyi Yani U Thangani

09 August, 2018Posted In : News

Over the past few months, our Darwin-based Stars and Tennant Creek Stars have had the fantastic oppo READ MORE

Stars Standing Strong and Proud

07 August, 2018Posted In : News

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women have played – and continue to play – active and sign READ MORE

Being Brave and Strong

06 August, 2018Posted In : News

As part of the Stars Plan, we challenge young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women to step ou READ MORE

Evonne Goolagong Serves Up Life Lessons

31 July, 2018Posted In : News

Evonne Goolagong has served up some life lessons, along with plenty of tennis skills, to some of our READ MORE