The Program for After School Studies (PASS) is a free program that provides a pathway for young migrants and refugees to obtain academic support and mentoring to assist them with their studies at all levels of their education. The PASS program is aimed at young people aged between 8 and 25 years old who are from non-English speaking backgrounds. PASS provides students access to volunteer tutors who assist them with their homework and assignments.
PASS is broadly accessible for culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) young people aged between 8-25 years old.
- One-on-one, hour long sessions where you can go over homework, assignments or content you are struggling with
- Supplementary to school – PASS supports what you are currently learning
All of our volunteer tutors are capable and trained to assist you with your studies.
Volunteer tutors may be;
- Former teachers;
- Professionals in relevant specialised fields;
- University students who;
- achieved great results throughout their secondary schooling and,
- are studying relevant subjects at the tertiary level (Undergrad & Post-Grad)
All volunteers hold a current Working With Vulnerable Peoples card.