Over the past years the Dragons have recognised the success and influence our individual players can have in various mentoring programs. The current programs our players are involved in include Positive Behaviour for Success (PBS), PCYC 'Footy Fever' program and Southern Youth and Family Services.
The Dragons Mentoring programs are made possible thanks to the Indigenous All Stars Funding.
Positive Behaviour for Success (PBS)
Is a mentoring program run in conjunction with the NSW Department of Education and Training. It is an innovative whole school framework for promoting positive learning environments and positive attitudes, values and behaviour.
PCYC - Footy Fever
PCYC Footy Fever program uses the influence of Dragons players as positive figures, working with youths in the St George area teaching the importance of setting goals and working with a team in a sporting environment, socially and at home..
Southern Youth and Family Services
Dragons Community assists Southern Youth and Family Services (SYFS) in engaging young people aged 12-24 years who are deemed "at risk" in programs, including 'Links to Learning' and 'Healthy Acitve Positive Youth' (HAPY).
Dream Believe Achieve
Dream Believe Achieve is the newest educational resource for secondary schools released by Rugby League's One Community. Dragons Community will be piloting the inspirational resource in Term 2, 2011 before a full role out across all secondary schools in the Dragons nursery in Term 3, 2011.
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