Collegian Programs

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Mentor Program

Whether you are just starting your career, are in the peak of your career or are thinking of taking on a complex challenge, the Toorak Collegians Mentor Program can help you excel further. This program aims to connect you with fellow Collegians who can guide you through the complexities of university, work and professional development. With over 11,000 members, the Toorak Collegians community is a rich source of professional support for those looking for career guidance. If you would like to be put in touch with a Collegian in your line of work, or you would like to become a mentor to a Collegian, simply complete the below form.

Empower Network Program 

The Empower Network provides an impactful opportunity for Collegians to share their professional knowledge and experience with current Toorak College students who are commencing their own career journey. Consisting of online engagement and face-to-face networking, all Collegians who are studying or employed are encouraged to become involved.  Collegians are invited to join the Toorak College Empower Network group via LinkedIn - this online group is intended to be a safe space where students can direct career related questions to Collegians. In addition, as part of this network, if you are a Collegian in a position to offer formal mentorship, work shadowing or professional placements to a particular student/s, please contact us. 

Clubs Program 

The Toorak Collegians have establsihed clubs across many sports such as netball, basketball, volleybally, big band. We encourage Collegians from across all peer years and skill levels to join one of our existing clubs or consider establishing a new club. For more information, please contact the Alumni Relations office on (03) 97887208 or email collegians@toorakc.vic.edu.au

Collegian Grants Program

The Collegians Grants program exists to foster entrepreneurship, innovation and creative endeavour in the Collegian Community. Projects available for funding of up to $1,000 can be in the Arts, Sports, Science, Community or Charity areas. The Toorak Collegians Committee shall review and give fair consideration to all applicants and shall advise each applicant of the outcome of their application.

Archives Program

The School Archives contain cherished records documenting the tradition, history and unique identity of Toorak College. Enquiries and help from volunteers are welcome, as well as donations of memorabilia from members of the School community or other interested friends. The breadth, significance and organisation of the historical collection in our Archive is a credit to the dedication shown by Mrs Elizabeth Beischer (nee Young) who joined Toorak College in 1948, as a boarder, became a Head Girl in 1952 and a Board Member of the School from 1982 to 1993. Whilst on the Board, Mrs Beischer was the representative of the Library and Archives sub-committee, and oversaw the publication of the School’s history, 'The Echoes Fade Not'. 

For more information on:

  • The Toorak Collegians Grant Application Form;
  • Requesting a Toorak Collegians Mentor or becoming a Toorak Collegians Mentor;
  • The Toorak College Archives collection; 

Please complete the below form.

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