Resources for school leavers
Resources about student payments to share with school leavers, other students and their families.
Every year students and their families look for information about financial help after high school.
We’ve created a suite of materials to help you share information about our student payments. This will assist students and families, who need help, know what payment they could get and how to claim.
We encourage you to download and share our resources for school leavers.
You will find the translated material and links to our videos included in the download. If you prefer, you can access them from this page.
By using these resources, you agree to reproduce content in the exact form provided by us. Please don’t change the designs in any way.
Read this guide before you start using the resources for school leavers. It includes an overview of all resources including printable materials, social media messages and links to videos and useful webpages.
|8 page guide with social media messages and links to videos||Guide to school resource kit|
Download the Resources for school leavers.
Share information about Centrelink student payments through printable factsheets, an article for your newsletter, or a short video.
|2 minute video on YouTube||An introduction to student payments|
|PowerPoint presentation||Introduction to student payments and services|
|2 page colour factsheet to print||Student payment factsheet|
|Brochure||Studying or training? This brochure has a brief overview of student payments and other services. Get the pdf in the download or order printed copies of the brochure.|
|Article and graphic you can reproduce in a newsletter or online||Fuel your future article: Find out what support you can get from Centrelink to help steer you to success.|
|1 page factsheet||Centrelink information for students|
Most students finishing high school who make a Centrelink claim need to know about Youth Allowance. Choose to share short YouTube videos, an infographic or posters.
|50 second video on YouTube||Youth Allowance: eligibility explained|
|1 minute video on YouTube||Youth Allowance: dependent or independent|
|33 second video on YouTube||Youth Allowance: check it, claim it, keep it|
|A4 poster to print||Youth Allowance for uni students poster|
|A4 poster to print||Youth Allowance for apprentices poster|
|Infographic to use online or to print||Top tips for claiming a student payment infographic|
|A4 poster to print||Ask Centrelink questions on Facebook poster|
|Social media posts for Facebook and Twitter||Text and graphics to share on your social media accounts about Centrelink student payments|
ABSTUDY is another important student payment. We’ve included 2 posters in this resource. But if you need more, we’ve created an ABSTUDY eKit you can download.
|A4 poster to print||ABSTUDY travel for uni poster|
|A4 poster to print||ABSTUDY help for study poster|
myGov and Centrelink app
For many students, getting started may be the hardest thing. These short factsheets break it up into simple steps.
|Factsheet to print||myGov get started|
|Factsheet to print||Express Plus Centrelink mobile app|
Information in other languages
We have translated factsheets to help students learn about our payments and services.
You’ll find the following translated factsheets in the resource kit. Or you can look for information by language to find individual factsheets.
|2 page factsheet translated into 22 languages||Financial assistance for students|
|2 page factsheet translated into 14 languages||Confirm your identity|
|9 page factsheet translated into 12 languages||Create a myGov account|
We have other videos on YouTube as part of the Students playlist.
Follow our Student Update Facebook account. You can share our posts so your followers get updates about payments and services.
Page last updated: 12 August 2020
This information was printed 21 September 2020 from https://www.servicesaustralia.gov.au/organisations/business/your-business-sector/education-and-training-providers/resources-education-and-training-providers/resources-school-leavers. It may not include all of the relevant information on this topic. Please consider any relevant site notices at https://www.servicesaustralia.gov.au/individuals/site-notices when using this material.