Monash Youth Committee to embrace cultural diversity with new initiatives

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Aristidis Tsoulakos was recently appointed as the Chairperson of the Monash Youth Committee (MYC).

In an interview with The Greek Herald, Aristidis said his aim as Chairperson is to prioritise and emphasise culturally varied and multi-faith actions, wholeheartedly embracing the diverse composition of the Monash region.

“It’s great to see such a diverse group of passionate people all determined to make a positive difference in the Monash community,” Aristidis said.

“I look forward to supporting the groups and intend to work towards establishing more multicultural and faith initiatives for the young people and the greater community of Monash so that they feel connected.”

Committees. Photo: monash.vic.gov.au

Aristidis will serve as Chairman of the MYC until April next year.

His team consists of 15 members aged between 15 and 25, and its aim is to establish links between the younger generation and the Monash Council, providing the youth with a platform to express themselves and contribute to the community.  

Aristidis said the Committee is working on a number of initiatives including “a series of educational videos on the topics of financial literacy and gambling.”

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