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Youth in Power are a group of young people between the ages of 12 to 25, who are currently creating an insightful link between the Port Adelaide Enfield Council and youth in the area. Through monthly meetings at various locations, the group aims to create a change for youth and a sense of connection to the community.

Direct enquiries to Nathan Risitano, Youth Programs Coordinator at nrisitano@pafc.com.au 

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Premier's Be Active Challenge

Port Adelaide Football Club players are ambassadors for the Premier's Be Active Challenge which encourages all children to be active for 60 minutes every day.

Click here to register your schools for the challenge

Direct enquiries to Will Northeast, Youth Programs Officer at wnortheast@pafc.com.au  

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Premier's Reading Challenge

Port Adelaide Football Club players are ambassadors for the Premier's Reading Challenge which encourages all children to read more books, enjoy reading and improve their literacy skills.

Click here to register your schools for the challenge

Direct enquiries to Will Northeast, Youth Programs Officer at wnortheast@pafc.com.au 

The Smith Family Learning Club

The Smith Family operate Learning Clubs across Adelaide for students to receive additional tuition after school.

The Smith Family have selected the Power Community Classroom as the venue for a Learning Club in the Port.   Up to 30 students attend the Learning Club on Monday nights and receive support and guidance from The Smith Family staff.

Direct enquiries to Will Northeast, Youth Programs Officer at wnortheast@pafc.com.au