MISSION ENGAGE X
Many young Australians leave secondary education without any academic aspirations and no clear vision or understanding of themselves or their future life.
These youth aren't always law-abiding, the may live at home and they aren't overly engaged in the community, social or sporting clubs.
Without a clear direction, these youth can become disengaged, leading to low self-esteem, isolation, drug and alcohol abuse, crime and long-term unemployment.
WHAT IS MISSION ENGAGE X?
Mission Engage X is a ten-day program with a serious physical component for 14-20-year-old Australians without a clear vision of their future and whose school, sporting and social experiences have failed to inspire confidence or a strong sense of self.
Encompassing martial arts training, soccer, AFL, and basketball instruction, along with character and moral formation, Mission Engage's purpose is for these individuals to have a better understanding of themselves but also:
Increased abilities in attention and respect;
A clearer sense of achievable ambitions;
The art of welcoming and overcoming adversity;
The ability to take controlled risks; and
Facing up to our weaknesses and fragilities.
The program, under the direction of Fr James Grant but employing the skills of Program Director Jodi Mills, encourages a new sense of service to others which leads to drive, purpose and life vocations.
OUR SPORTING PARTNERS
Melbourne Victory is a professional football club competing in Australia’s premier competition the A league in which it is the only club to have won all four domestic Australian trophies. The club has also competed in the prestigious Asian Football Confederation on a record five occasions. The club provides motivational speakers, training programs, and facilities to the Mission Engage X program.
John Wills, founder of the leading martial arts institution in Australia, places heavy emphasis on personal development and character building through his unique approach to training developed over 40 years.
He has been engaged by countless military and policing organisations (US Marine Corps, Duntroon Office College), sporting associations (including Geelong Cats) to foster defensive tactics and young athlete leadership and skill development.
FIRST MILITARY, POLICE AND MOTIVATED INDIVIDUALS
Mission Engage has strong relations with the Australian Military and Victorian Police, a number of Australian rules football clubs and a host of Australian individuals who are noted for their care and commitment to young Australians and our wider community.
ESSENTIAL MINUTES first aid TRAINING
Essential Minutes Training provides all participants with the relevant training to equip them for the workforce and for life.
Essential Minutes Training is a community-focused business that supports charities and worthwhile causes, donating in excess of $3500 worth of First Aid Training or monetary donations to worthy causes like Mission Engage in its two years of operation.