Restore their dignity through some activities mixed between Australians and new arrivals. help them with there English for better communication skills. Presently we run a Saturday morning music program for children with free tutoring of piano and violin, in Brunswick at our ASC center. So we are hoping for people interested in volunteering and generally offering us any kind of support.
Helping the new arrivals to be ready for courses that maybe give them opportunities for employment. Presently we run a tutoring in the home program, specialised English workshops, in Brunswick at our ASC center. We have been asked by many people to run conversation groups closer to their homes in Tullamarine, Gladstone Park, and Mill Park. Epping. Craigieburn. The need is there but we do not have any space to house such courses or the volunteers in these areas. ASC Supporters and members has no colour, no bigotry, no misogyny, and no racism. It is a human journey for all who want to do it.
within your organisations, connections or business people, we would like you to help provide us with opportunities for jobs. Presently we run a workshops, and employment readiness and a Saturday morning, in Brunswick at our ASC center.
The duty for the Marching Band is to provide an opportunity for youth and yang adult Australian and Syrian to positively interact and engage in activities to enhance their skills and the community at large. One of our key projects is our Melkite Marching Band. The band trains weekly with 45 members. Tuition is available for snare drums and brass instruments. Membership is open to all. The children will be taught how to play drums or trumpets. All instruments will be provided. Any donation will be incurred to cover the instructor’s fees. In addition, Social gathering and activates will be provided. Classes will run weekly after office hours. Learning a musical instrument can help the child or youth or yang to develop skills that will assist them with educational success. There is much documented evidence to support that learning an instrument and being involved in a community-based pipe band can assist your children with: Improved Concentration Greater Focus Self Discipline Increased Confidence Community Spirit Values of Tradition For any further information about the group please contact the ASC- MMBV Group Leader Fr Samir Haddad via SMS to 0402771777