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HELP IS OUT THERE!

Even better – we have enlisted the best experts to get you through thispeeps who were once in your shoes.

THE LATEST VIDEO

MEET DEME!

Hometown: Forster-Tuncurry, NSW

Studying: Bachelor of Speech Pathology (Honours)

Where: University of Newcastle

Deme on her study journey and sticking with it!

What she wants you to know: “Solider on, stick with your studies, it will be 100% worth it! Also be sure to balance study and life. Be sure to do things you love like sport and hobbies. Studying is tough and you need to look after your well-being. Balance is everything.”

One of our current or past CEF grant recipients will regularly share their wisdom and answer all your burning questions on things like:

  • Where to get help and advice
  • Money matters
  • Worries and fears
  • Indecision and decision making
  • Overcoming challenges
  • Achievements and success
  • Dealing with the uncontrollable
  • Other inspirational information

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STORIES FROM THOSE WHO HAVE GONE BEFORE

Nothing is more inspiring and empowering than stories of struggle and success from people that remind you of, well, you.

This advice is general in nature and does not take into account your personal objectives, financial situation, needs or goals. You should consider whether the advice is suitable for you and your personal circumstances. All information is correct at time of publication.

The ‘Make it Possible’ Rural and Regional Inspiration Hub is funded in part by partnership with Macquarie University through the Commonwealth Government’s High Education Participation and Partnerships Program (HEPPP).

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