Blue Mountains Pluriversity acknowledges the Darkinjung, Darug, Dharawal, Gundungurra, Wanaruah and the Wiradjuri peoples as the Traditional Custodians of the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area; and pays respect to Aboriginal Elders past, present and emerging, recognising their strength, capacity, resilience and deep connection to their Countries.
The Blue Mountains Pluriversity involves the community in providing a range of learning opportunities for young people after they have left school. Through workshops, mentoring, work experience, events and Youth Cafes, the Pluriversity expands the range of possibilities for young people aged 16+ to engage with one another and the wider community as they gain microcredentials and explore future life and career pathways!
Blue Mountains Pluriversity is a not-for-profit organisation operating under the registered charity The Big Fix.
Are you a young person looking to learn through the Pluriversity?
Are you a business able to provide work experience opportunities?
Are you a mentor ready to pass on your knowledge and skills?
Whether you’re a young person looking to sign up, a business or organisation interested in providing work experience opportunities or a mentor looking to share your skills and experience, let us know!