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The Australian Olympic Change-Maker™ program recognises students who are demonstrating the Olympic spirit - friendship, sportsmanship and striving for excellence – both on and off the playing field, through leadership and driving positive change in their school or local community.

Positive Change

A FORCE FOR
POSITIVE CHANGE

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EMPOWERING
YOUNG LEADERS

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AMPLIFY THE
VOICE OF YOUTH

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CONNECT WITH
OLYMPIANS

Brook Hanson explains how the Australian Olympic Change-Maker program works

How it Works

Nominate up to two students per school from years 10-12 who demonstrate Olympic Spirit and are driving change in their school or communities.

Over the past years, the Australian Olympic Change-Maker program has showcased the incredible work being achieved by young Australians. From major projects, to small acts of positivity, we have seen the impact youth can have on their communities. Activities undertaken by Change-Makers have included, volunteering at their local sporting clubs, supporting seniors in their community, coaching juniors, and organising school activities to promote health and well being.

This is a fantastic opportunity to recognise and applaud students for their achievements.



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For Teachers

The Australian Olympic Change-Maker program celebrates young Australians who ‘Power the Change’. This is an opportunity to have your students recognised for their fantastic work in creating positive social impact  - find out more

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For Students and Parents

Be empowered and connect with other young leaders around the country.

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Change-Maker Forum & National Summit

The Forum and Summit provide a platform for Change-Makers to share ideas and be immersed in a unique Olympic experience as well as learning first-hand from Olympians

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Join the Change-Maker Hub

Stay connected and be part of the Olympic Community.