Year13's The Truth Project arms young people with the skills and knowledge to make educated decisions, both in school and post school, to assist with a smooth transition from high school into the real world.

The future of work and education is changing every day and with these changes comes new questions. 
What does this mean for Gen Z's? 
What does this mean to the economy?
What is data and how can it be used to empower future generations?

The Truth Project is a 1 day event,  comprised of three co-hort specific workshops which students from years 10, 11 and 12 will gain valuable skills in goal setting, data deconstruction and personal and professional development  that they can take away and use for the rest of their lives. 
Year13 is Australia's largest digital careers and advice platform, dedicated to helping young people transition successfully from high school into the next phase of their lives. 

Creators of the report After The ATAR: Understanding How Gen Z Transition Into Further Education & EmploymentYear13 frequently uses research and data to provide employers and educators with an insight into the minds of Australian youth - Now we're empowering audiences with data and techniques they can use in their decision making process. 

With over 4 million young people having used Year13's platform and over 100,000 followers on social media, Year13 is now taking things offline and into your school.

Simply enter in your details below to be sent The Truth Project information pack. 
Are your students (year 10 -12) available on the same day? 
What are your student numbers per year group?
How many teachers are available to supervise each year group? (approx. 90 min sessions) 
What is your schools Daily Schedules (Bell Times)
Does your school have audio visual requirements needed to deliver The Truth Project Presentations? (e.g Microphone, Projector with audio connectivity)
Does your school have a large space eg. Hall, Lecture Theatre
to host The Truth Project presentations?

Why does your school need The Truth Project?