“Find Their Feet” is a careers event that brings together students and parents from across the inner north, including Northcote High School, Collingwood College, Fitzroy High School and Princes Hill Secondary College, to provide career exploration opportunities. The event will take place on Wednesday 14 August 2019 at Northcote High School.
Much more than a careers expo, “Find Their Feet” is a personalised three-step journey into the future world of work for high school students and their families. Using current interests, strengths and skills as a starting point and one-on-one conversations with real employers as a guide, students will leave feeling inspired and confident with a much clearer idea of where they are headed and how to get there.
Melbourne’s food truck pioneer Raph Rashid will be flipping burgers for a whopping 24 hours straight to raise much needed funds for charity Youth Support + Advocacy Service (YSAS) this August.
‘FLIP-A-THON’ will take place at Raph’s Beatbox Kitchen Shop in Sydney Road, Brunswick and will run from 11am on Saturday 17 August until 11am on Sunday 18 August, with all purchases made over the 24 hours going directly to YSAS.
A limited menu will be on offer for FLIP-A-THON and will include Raph burgers, cheeseburgers, Shroom burgers and Vege supremes alongside a range of drinks. Raph will also be running a donations hotline for those who can’t make it to the event.
Raph will be joined by some of Melbourne’s best hospitality personalities and creatives to help run the till over the 24 hours, including Pat Nourse (creative director of Melbourne Food + Wine), Lucy Feagins (founder of The Design Files), skateboarder Casey Foley, Jimmy Hurston (Jimmy’s Burgers), wine expert Matt Skinner, and well-known illustrator and wife of Raph, Beci Orpin.
The entertainment extends beyond just burger flipping, with some of Melbourne’s best DJ’s and bands helping out the great cause, including DJ Chris Gill and Mzrizk.
“As both a father and a business owner, supporting youth mental health is something which is very important to me. YSAS has a range of programs including youth outreach and Headspace, which offer great services to young people seeking support. By running FLIP-A-THON, it’s my time to make a difference and to do something that can have a direct effect,” says Raph.
11am Saturday 17 August to 11am Sunday 18 August Beatbox Kitchen 692 Sydney Road, Brunswick VIC 3056
In 2009, whilst being completely obsessed by hamburgers, Raph decided to start Australia’s very first food truck, Beatbox Kitchen. Soon thereafter, he opened the aptly named Taco Truck, and now has a fleet of five trucks, as well as restaurants All Day Donuts, Juanitas Peaches and a Beatbox Kitchen Shop.
A community Trivia Night fundraiser on Saturday 24 August 2019 has been organised to support the group of students, staff and parents who will embark on the epic Great Victorian Bike Ride (GVBR). Funds raised will promote inclusion by allowing a wider pool of students to access the GVBR, driving the focus of equity and access. Leftover funds may also be used to pay for contingencies and ongoing support of the FHS Great Victorian Bike Ride event, such as purchasing bikes, bike education etc.
Saturday 24 August 2019 7:00pm to 10:30pm
Spensley Street Primary School 193 Spensley Street, Clifton Hill VIC 3068
New players at all levels of talent are welcome at Youlden Parkville Cricket Club (YPCC). YPCC has players of all abilities throughout the grades: novices, youths, veterans, former VCA district cricketers and former first class internationals.
YPCC has a well-organised and integrated senior and junior program, designed to foster the skills and talents of all players and maximise participation in our great game.