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Auburn Youth Advisory Collective

‚ÄčWhat is the Auburn Youth Advisory Collective?

In February 2011, Auburn City Council established the Auburn Youth Advisory Collective (AYAC).This group is open to young people aged 12 - 24 years who live, work and/or study within the Auburn LGA and are interested in building their capacity as youth leaders within the community. The AYAC aims to provide young people with many skills, such as advocacy, lobbying, community development, event management, public relations and decision making.

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AYAC takes a very dynamic approach to their role within Auburn, and have successfully planned, implemented and co-facilitated many youth programs, such as termly school holiday programs, Youth Week 2012 and Auburn Festival to name only a few.  

How can you get involved?

If you are a young person aged 12 - 24 years and am interested in:

  • Being actively involved in the planning, implementation and facilitation of youth programs and events
  • Being a youth leader and representing young people for the Auburn LGA
  • Meeting other young people and professionals within youth services
  • Voicing significant youth concerns and advocating for change

 Contact the Youth Development Officer on:
9725 1226 or email:

 Auburn Youth Advisory Collective Application Form updated 8.7.13.docAuburn Youth Advisory Collective Application Form 

 Click here to find out details about AYAC and other local network meetings   

Past AYAC Events

Youth Week 2012

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Date: 16th April 2012

Location: Auburn Centre for Community

Description: Over 100 young people and youth service providers from all over Sydney came together to network and take part in a youth forum regarding youth education and empoyment, as well as issues relating to social media.

Partners: Auburn City Council, Community Relations Commission, Multicultural Youth Network and Auburn Youth Advosry Committee  

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