We support Aboriginal and
Torres Strait Islander
students become
health professionals

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Seed is the lead entity in a collaborative effort to provide career pathways and wraparound support for
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students from rural and remote communities.

Centred around the First Peoples Health Program, activities include:


  • nationally recognised health training

  • individualised youth mentoring and career guidance

  • community engagement

  • access to further training, internships and employment opportunities through our cross-sector partnerships.

Seed's model is designed to unearth and support future community leaders who can ultimately relieve
the endemic intergenerational poverty and destitution that pervades many remote Indigenous communities.

400 +

First Peoples Health Program Graduates


Partner Schools

in 2018

1,000 +

Students undertaking tertiary study

500 +


graduating by


1,000 +

Students employed in the health sector


Remote communities


LEarn more - Read our
2019 Impact Report

P 07 4728 5041   |   E admin@seedfoundationaustralia.com.au   |   A Level 4, 1 James Cook Drive, Douglas QLD 4814

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