Indigenous Community Outreach and Engagement

Would you like someone from Ngarara Willim to visit your community or school? Or to arrange a group visit to an RMIT campus? Get in touch and we’ll arrange it.

We’re always happy to talk with Aboriginal community organisations and schools about how Ngarara Willim Centre and RMIT can support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to reach their education and career aspirations. We’re dedicated to supporting and empowering each person in their study journey, regardless of what stage of life they are in.

We can deliver informative and engaging events either on an RMIT campus or in your community. We visit both metro and regional locations.

During a visit, we’ll share information on tertiary study at RMIT University and the various programs and supports delivered through the Ngarara Willim Centre. 

We work with many community organisations and are eager to continue building ongoing relationships while supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to reach their study goals.

Fill out the form below to get in touch with us.

Types of engagement


We understand how important it is for mob to stay connected to their community and family. To help engage with all Indigenous Peoples, we can visit your community, school or organisation to discuss further study, deliver engaging programs and talk about the services Ngarara Willim Centre and RMIT provide to Indigenous Peoples. 


Visit RMIT and get an on-campus experience! We’ll take you through the Ngarara Willim Centre, introduce you to some of our Indigenous staff and students, engage in cultural activites and take you on a campus tour to explore the rest of the university.

Program/study area information and activities

Is your group interested in a particular program (eg. Bachelor of Computer Science) or study area (eg. STEM, design, etc)? Let us know and we can arrange a relevant spokesperson or activity as part of an in-community or on-campus visit.

Have a yarn with us

Are you looking for more information about RMIT or the support services at Ngarara Willim Centre? Maybe you just want to chat to someone to make sure RMIT is the best fit for you or someone you know? Members of our team are always happy to have meaningful conversations and share more information. Get in touch for a yarn in-person or online.

Engage with Ngarara Willim Centre

If you are seeking to engage with us whether that be an on-campus visit, for us to join your event in community, or just a yarn, please fill in the form below so we can get back to you promptly with your request.

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External high school events

In addition to in-community and on-campus visits, we also partner with other universities to deliver the following programs for Indigenous high school students:

  • Victorian Indigenous Engineering Winter School (VIEWS) – The Victorian Indigenous Engineering Winter School (VIEWS) is an exciting six-day program for Year 10, 11 and 12 Indigenous students that provides information about studying engineering.
  • National Indigenous Business Summer School (NIBSS) – The National Indigenous Business Summer School is aimed at Indigenous Year 11 and 12 students thinking about studying business, becoming an entrepreneur, owning a business or just curious about studying at university.
  • Toorong marnongToorong marnong is a partnership between nine major Victorian univerisities that empowers Indigenous people to make informed decisions about university.
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Acknowledgement of Country

RMIT University acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nation on whose unceded lands we conduct the business of the University. RMIT University respectfully acknowledges their Ancestors and Elders, past and present. RMIT also acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the lands and waters across Australia where we conduct our business - Artwork 'Luwaytini' by Mark Cleaver, Palawa.