Some Class ThemesPages on the Youth Class Blog have links to information for newlyarrived migrants. These are a good reference point for topics, ideas andthemes for class instruction. Here you will find background informationon our 2y class and the youth program.This includes the Ucan2 program (one day a week).The Ucan2 is a program underpinned by the partnership between threeorganizations: Foundation House, Adult Migrant Education Service andthe Centre for Multicultural Youth (CMY). Swinburne University of technologyhttp://www.swinburne.edu.au/The Certificate II in Spoken and Written English focuses on general Englishlanguage development, speaking, listening, reading and writing skillsrelated to a range of contexts at a post-beginner level. There is also a focuson settlement issues. AMES - http://www.ames.net.au/The largest provider of English Language CALD Employment andSettlement services in Australia. Foundation House - http://www.foundationhouse.org.au/home/index.htm The Victorian Foundation for survivors of Torture Inc.Foundation House is a politically independent, non-profit organization. It provides services andsupport for adults and children form any country who have fled persecution, torture and war-related trauma to find safety in Australia. CMY- The Centre for Multicultural Youth http://www.cmy.net.au/Home is a community-based organization that advocates for the needs of young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds.The ten volunteers who came to our class weekly were great mentors to our computer classes.They were all young, enthusiastic caring people with a genuine concern to help make a differenceto our Burmese Refugees.Web2Tools for Webnetting Refugee Youth.