The Power Community Youth Program is an initiative of the South Australian Government and the Port Adelaide Football Club and was established in 1999 by four-time Magarey Medallist and club legend, Russell Ebert as the first educational in-schools program administered by an AFL club.

Port Adelaide Football Club players, staff and female athletes from a variety of sports promote messages on healthy lifestyle choices, encourage inclusive and respectful relationships, promote inclusion and develop young people’s understanding and skills in problem solving.

The program supports the South Australian Department for Education’s Wellbeing for Learning and Life Framework and the National STEM School Education strategy. 

CYP Interactive eBook and Virtual Classroom 

The CYP eBook and Virtual Classroom complements the delivery of the program.

Both are accessible online, providing an opportunity to connect with metropolitan, regional and remote schools.

Lessons are designed to be fun and interactive and include: healthy eating; physical activity; STEM; respect; smarter than smoking; identifying character strengths; goal setting and gratitude.

Check out the interactive eBook at and the virtual classroom through the links below.

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