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The regional hub of the entire Mid West. Located about 450km north of Perth, the city is perched near beautiful coastline to the west and rolling hills and breakaway ranges to the east.
Geraldton is a thriving regional city, overlooking the Indian Ocean and supporting a growing population of 35,000 people. Situated 424km north of Perth, Geraldton has all the major services, cultural, shopping and sporting facilities you would expect in a city, yet a more relaxed pace of life, typical of the country.
As the regional service centre for the entire Mid West region, business and employment opportunities are many and diverse. From fishing to tourism, mining to agriculture, small business to government roles and a comprehensive range of tertiary service industries, people from all walks of life are attracted to Geraldton's climate of opportunity.
Northampton Old School Community Initiative Inc (NOSCII) is a community centre for Aboriginal residents in Northampton and district.
- Charity:Employment & Training,Health,Information & Referral,Local Community,Mental Health,Youth Welfare,Aboriginal,Education & Training
- Local Clubs:Aboriginal,Arts,Youth
- Type:Aboriginal,Volunteer,Charity,Local Focus
- Employees (FTE):-
We provide all kinds of assistance in the community, with art and creative content running through all our projects. We actively seek and promote opportunities for highly visible, positive cultural expression in the community we live in and are particularly focused on youth wellbeing. We are a registered charity delivering annual appeals, emergency relief, family support and employment assistance.?
What we are proud of:?
Employing Aboriginal people and finding employment opportunities for many since 2006.
Continuing and thriving as a regional organisation focused on delivering services to the community.
Increasing cultural recognition through creative projects.
Bringing people together through an Aboriginal community centre since the Shire invested in the process in 1991, operating autonomously as NOSCII since 2006.
Helping to reduce juvenile crime through creative programs that offer strong identity and cultural outcomes for young people.
Helping our kids start school earlier, stay on at school longer and go on further.
Developing artist pathways through skills development, innovative programs and participation in external events.
Providing advocacy for local families in areas such as housing and health.