Bachar Houli Institute
Bachar Houli Girls Junior Leadership Program
Registrations for the Bachar Houli Girls Leadership Program (Juniors) are now open!
Program dates: Monday, March 30- Wednesday, April 1, 2020
Registrations close Tuesday, 10 March, 2020.
The Bachar Houli Girls Leadership program is a three-day camp aimed at Muslim girls aged between 12 and 14 years. The academy focuses on physical activity, health and well-being, identity and leadership. The academy aims to build confidence for Muslim women in sport, in the workplace and in society. The academy also aims to promote community role models and provide a sense of belonging.
“The Bachar Houli Girls Leadership program was a fun and beneficial academy, where I learned to play football, and had the chance to meet a bunch of great people. I’ll never forget it.” Rayyan – Bachar Houli Girls Leadership Program participant 2018
“The Bachar Houli Girls Leadership Program was an interactive, fun and informative program. Its more than just football. A practical experience enhancing my physical and mental strengths.” Aiesha – Bachar Houli Girls Leadership Program participant 2018
Bachar Houli Girls Senior Leadership Academy
The Bachar Houli Senior Girls Leadership Academy is a residential camp for Muslim girls aged between 15-17, similar to the Bachar Houli Girls Junior Leadership Academy, this academy focuses on increasing physical activity in a cultural designed environment to promote health and well-being, identity and leadership. The camp aims to continue to build confidence for Muslim women in sport, in the workplace and in society. The framework for the academy has been developed by subject matter experts providing an industry leading standard curriculum and delivered by experienced coaches. The academy also includes two leadership days throughout the year to recap on the program principals.
Bachar Houli Employment Program
The Bachar Houli Employment program is designed to help promote employment among the Muslim youth across Australia and provide professional development opportunities, mentors and networks to enhance opportunities for young Muslim people who are marginalised in the Australian workforce. The program is intended to give Muslim young people career opportunities in sport by providing twelve month traineeships across the sports industry. Each trainee is also supported by a mentoring program and employment transition plan.
Since its inception, the program has seen over 30 trainees work across the AFL industry including traineeships at the AFL, AFL NSW & ACT, AFLQ, WAFC, Carlton FC, Western Bulldogs, GWS Giants and Richmond football clubs. The employment program has been successful in transitioning 80 per cent of the trainees to full-time employment.