Sydney (Tribune Report): Multicultural Day held by Aspire College of Education Bankstown Campus remarkably appreciated by the Mayor of Bankstown Mr. Khal Asfour and Federal Member Parliament Hon Laurie Ferguson. Both dignitaries, in their addresses to the audience at the Multicultural Day function, appreciated the efforts of the Aspire College in promoting multiculturalism and bringing people of different backgrounds together while providing them education. They were delighted to see how young, senior, men and women of different backgrounds come together singing Australian National ‘We are Australian…..’ with pride.
The Multicultural Open day by the Aspire College of Education, Bankstown Campus, was held on Friday 8th of August at the campus premises at 1/47 Rickard Road, Bankstown.
A colourful cultural & folk dances and traditional signing were presented by the students, men & women, in their traditional costumes. The distinguished guests, families and friends of Aspire’s students were amused by the exciting Torres Strait Islander, Fijian, Samoan, Middle Eastern, Vietnamese, African, Chinese traditional dances.
It is to be noted that Aspire College of Education who has over 20 campuses throughout Australia started Campus in Bankstown few months ago and remarkably now has over 150 students of different ethnic and Anglo Saxon backgrounds. The College is providing diploma courses in Community Services, Business and Management to the students of all ages where majority of students are senior citizens who want to go back to their professions or seeking new career & jobs. Further details about Aspire College can be found on www.aspirecollege.com.au.