Find the latest updates & information for students, as well as our media appearances, media releases and updates about VicSRC!
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Posted on Monday 20
With the introduction of the VCE vocational major this year, VicSRC was well-positioned to provide the student voice input for the inquiry into the perceptions and status of vocational education and training.
Posted on Wednesday 1
The first Student Executive Advisory Committee meeting of 2023 proved to be full of thoughtful insights and plenty of action planning for the month ahead.
Posted on Monday 20
Social Education Victoria (SEV) in partnership with VicSRC and the Victorian Department of Education launches online learning course and professional development opportunities for teachers.
Posted on Tuesday 31
We're so excited to welcome our new CEO, Julia Baron! With over ten years experience in the youth sector, Julia's energy and passion will continue to ignite and amplify the roar of student voice. Julia shares her thoughts on starting at VicSRC.
Posted on Sunday 29
Executive Advisory Committee member Sienna, spoke with The Age about the reformed VCE and its greater attention to vocational education.
Posted on Wednesday 11
VicSRC updates | Media
Check out five articles in the last five years that showcase the awesome work VicSRC has been doing!
Posted on Tuesday 22
VicSRC looks back on an amazing 2022 and everything that has been accomplished.
Posted on Monday 24
When I first took on the leadership role at VicSRC, student voice, agency and participation was more of an idea than a practice and much of my role as an advocate was to remind the decision makers at the table the importance of including students.
Posted on Wednesday 19
Updates for students
With VCE exams coming up, don’t forget there’s support available to help if you have a disability or are sick, injured or experiencing a personal trauma around this time.
Posted on Monday 26
Find out the top priorities as voted by students at Congress 2022!
Posted on Thursday 18
Read VicSRC's first ever Election Platform and discover student priorities for the Victorian election.
But don't worry, there are still ways to join the roar of student voice.