Baldja Mob

SEDA College WA is thrilled to partner with MADALAH Limited (MADALAH)
to offer Indigenous Scholarships to students across Western Australia.

The Baldja Mob is the name of our WA Indigenous Education and
Leadership Program. Spaces are now available to join our Mob, helping to
shape the next generation of Indigenous leaders.

Indigenous Scholarships

The Baldja Mob is delivered in partnership between SEDA College WA and MADALAH.

With a vision of ‘making a difference and looking ahead,’ MADALAH is a not-for-profit organisation that offers secondary and tertiary scholarships to young Indigenous students to create long-term opportunities.

Through our Indigenous Scholarship program, we work closely with students to develop the next generation of young Indigenous leaders and role models. Through ongoing support and hands-on learning, our Baldja Mob enjoy a strong connection to both culture and community.

There are a limited number of Indigenous Scholarships available each year. If you’d like to find out more about how you can join the Baldja Mob, contact our friendly team today.

Disclaimer: MADALAH reserves the right to determine the number of scholarships that may be awarded each year and the value of the scholarship. Failure to participate in organised Indigenous activities may result in the scholarship being revoked.

Benefits of joining
The Baldja mob

Being part of a close-knit team opens the door to so many opportunities. As part of the Baldja Mob, SEDA College and MADALAH offer Indigenous students the following benefits:

  • Scholarship covering the school/enrolment fee.
  • Strengthened cultural identity.
  • Regular Indigenous Leadership Program activities.
  • MADALAH mentoring sessions.
  • Pathways and connections to higher education.
  • Skills to gain meaningful employment.
  • One-on-one support from the SEDA Indigenous Liaison Officer and other Wellbeing staff.

There are so many reasons to join the Baldja Mob, so don’t miss your opportunity to unlock lifelong benefits through this supportive learning environment. Talk to our team today about how you can apply for our Indigenous Scholarships.

The Baldja Mob Story

The Baldja Mob program name comes from the Noongar word ‘Baldja’ which means ‘firmly united.’ As a firmly united team, our Indigenous students come from locations across Western Australia.

Our Baldja Mob meets two or three times a term to promote students’ cultural, educational and career development through a large range of engaging activities. Teachers, cultural leaders and support staff work closely with each student to identify tailored pathways into higher education and/or future employment.

We encourage applications from Indigenous students across WA, with boarding facilities available to those from remote and regional areas. For more information about boarding facilities and the SEDA College difference, please reach out to our friendly team.

Hear Our Story

Take a look at the video to hear what our students and
teachers have to say about being part of the Baldja Mob.

Download a copy of the SEDA College WA Prospectus to learn more

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