2022 Study NT International Student Wellbeing Grants awarded
The Northern Territory (NT) Government continues to support the wellbeing of international students living in the Territory, with round 1 of the 2022 Study NT International Student Wellbeing grants awarded.
Local businesses, student groups and community organisations were invited to apply for up to $10,000 in funding.
Fourteen grants were awarded, totalling $100,000, for projects that promote and improve the wellbeing of international students studying in the Territory.
Projects and activities range from a photo contest and cultural immersion programs, to employment workshops and mental health support.
The activities and events will take place from 1 January to 30 June 2022.
Grant recipients are:
- Diabetes Association of the NT Inc TA Healthy Living NT: international student wellbeing and community connection program ($9,920)
- Hot Game Magnet: Speaking of English (ESL Meetup) ($5,000)
- Global Cultural Exchange: A Flash of Eternity - 2022 international student travel photo contest ($8,000)
- Darwin High School: activities to support students' wellbeing and social connections ($5,000)
- Australian Red Cross First Aid and Mental Health: Red Cross mental health resilience project for international students ($9,500)
- Charles Darwin University: NT international students multicultural fair ($8,000)
- Aly de Groot Art: weaving wellness workshops with Aly de Groot and Mayabol ($8,000)
- Nepalese Association of Northern Territory: Holi Festival 2022 ($4,500)
- Kindness Shake: cultural and immersion program for international students - discovering our resilience and welcome to the NT ($5,500)
- Kindness Shake: Kindness Festival 2022 ($10,000)
- Two Two One Mental Health Charity: wellbeing drumming ($5,580)
- Charles Darwin University: cultural engagement with Indigenous knowledge ($6,000)
- Chamber of Commerce NT, Alice Springs: providing international students with Australian workplace culture and employment law in Australia - Alice Springs ($5,000)
- Chamber of Commerce NT, Darwin: providing international students with Australian workplace culture and employment law in Australia - Darwin ($10,000).