Diverge comprises of 2 workshops with an Interview Project in between them.  During the two full-day workshops, the awesome Reach crew will help your Year 9/10 uncover their passions and start planning for life after school.  The workshops are fun, interactive and full of activities designed to get them thinking about themselves and the things they care about. These leaders will shed some light on how they got to where they are and give advice about how you can turn your passions into an awesome career!


  • Participants develop a greater understanding of their passions and interest areas
  • Participants are prepared to consider future and career
  • Participants learn to recognise the personal and external barriers to achieving goals and to manage them
  • Participants can develop practical skills for engaging with industry professionals
  • Participants are exposed to the achievements of others for inspiration
  • Participants can imagine a tangible potential future career
  • Participants develop confidence about what they can achieve.

Read the Diverge Impact Report here

Impact story

Tillie's Story

At around 14 I started coming to Reach just out of interest. I wasn’t aware of it at the time, but looking back on it I think I was looking for something more than just my simple private school, silver platter life.

I was pretty lucky in my first few years at Reach, but then when I was about 16 my parents really started to struggle and their marriage broke up. I also developed depression and anxiety. It was a really tough patch for me, but because I’d been coming to Reach, I’d already started to develop my self-awareness, resilience and self-belief. In retrospect, Reach had given me a really good understanding of my emotions and the space to be vulnerable, which meant that I had the support to make it through that stage of my life.


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