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News From Country Education Foundation

20
Jan

CEF local foundations follow their scholarship and grant students all the way through their education journeys and we just love it when our supported students get in touch and share their student stories… Just a quick update to let you know how the last few months have been… The end of my clinical rotations for […]

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04
Jan

We love receiving student stories here at CEF. It reminds us just how important the work we do is. With help from the local CEF in Macleay Valley Chiara Moore is on her way to becoming a nurse. Macleay Valley local foundation founder and volunteer Terry Witchard says that the best part of being involved […]

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04
Jan

One of the best things about CEF is the student stories we get sent in. We are so proud to support such amazing young Australians. Their stories remind us of the importance of education for rural and regional Australians. There is so much potential across our vast country and it’s our mission to make sure […]

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03
Jan

The Country Education Foundation has supported almost 4000 rural and regional students to gain access to university degrees, traineeships and apprenticeships. Story by Ken Eastwood When Megan Hayes gets her results each semester from her psychology studies at the University of Melbourne, lots of people in her little hometown of Coleambally, NSW, get to see them. […]

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07
Dec

New Livestock Exchange Brings Yield for Yass The recent opening sale at the all-new South Eastern Livestock Exchange (SELX) has given the local CEF in Yass Valley a $29,500 boost via the charity pen at the auction. Chair of Yass Valley committee Nic Carmody welcomed the support from SELX and said it was a very […]

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07
Dec

Terry Witchard read about Country Education Foundation in 2012 and said he was instantly hooked on the unique model of local foundations supporting local areas. I’d been involved in youth programs previously but this was something that really resonated with me and something I knew the Macleay Valley really needed. This passionate CEF volunteer and […]

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07
Dec

Emily Ryan from Coonamble in Western NSW might only be 21 but she’s already kicked some major goals. She is the youngest ever recipient of the 2016 NSW RAS Rural Achiever Award, a member of both Gulargambone and Coonamble Show Societies and was a delegate at the 2016 Rotary Young Leaders Summit in South Korea. […]

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07
Dec

Country Education Foundation grant recipient Clayton Jericho has finished his electrical engineering degree and is now putting his skills to good use at the Adelaide plant of global firm KBR in building services and solar design. It’s great to be able to put my degree to work and see how what I learnt at uni […]

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15
Nov

Laura Taylor isn’t worried boys outnumber her four to one in her engineering classes at Australian National University. I’m used to being in the minority in my preferred subjects. And when I talk to other girls who are doing engineering we all agree that it makes us more determined to do well because of that […]

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