With over 700,000 Australian participants since 1959 – its time to join the Award Alumni today.
When you complete a Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award you instantly become an important part of The Duke of Edinburgh Alumni Community. In the past 60 years over 775,000 Australians have participated in the Award and globally over 8 million !
The Australian Alumni provides the opportunity for all past Award Holders to now reconnect and continue to access and share unique opportunities of a lifetime.
As an Award Holder, you are part of the global Duke of Ed community spanning more than 130 countries, and providing access to opportunities to extend the lifelong learning principles of The Duke of Ed program.
JOIN TODAY: Complete the online Alumni Registration Form and start taking advantage of the benefits including:
- The opportunity to reconnect with The Duke of Ed in Australia and overseas, as well as other Award Holders
- Invitations to exclusive events in Australia and overseas
- Invitations to professional networking events
- Special offers from our sponsors and Alumni partners
- State-based Alumni events
- Regular newsletters and updates
- Adventurous Journeys and treks
Share your experience and learnings with young people embarking on their Duke of Ed Journey. We can offer Award Holders a wonderful way to share their experiences and mentor (online or via email) independent Participants doing their Award via the Open Award Centre (OAC). These Participants would really welcome the feedback, advice and support of Award Holders, as they complete their Award independently. Your stories can help inspire future generations of Award Participants!
Take part in online discussions and forums via The Duke of Ed Award Holders Alumni LinkedIn Group and our Facebook Group. These social networking sites are designed to allow you to develop meaningful discussions between other Alumni members on issues that affect young people in Australia, career issues or general life issues.
We support many charities – Muscular Dystrophy, NSW Kids in Need and Cerebral Palsy Alliance are always keen for volunteers. We also are looking for partners to hold and run events.
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