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“Anyone from a regional or rural area who wants to continue their studies – just go for it! Be brave enough to take that first step and the rest will come easy enough if you really want it.”
Penny, who grew up in #Deniliquin is an inspiration for all rural and regional students wanting to further their #education and give back to their community 🤩 She plans to dedicate herself to a career in medicine to ensure that rural and remote communities receive adequate health care, treatment and services. Read her story in our latest #Blog link in bio
After the year that 2020 has been, we are taking a well deserved break and spending time to connect with our families, friends and loved ones...however that may be! We wish you all a safe and happy festive season and we'll see you for a bigger and brighter 2021! 💝...
Having moved to Australia in 2008, Hareem’s family settled into the Far West NSW town of Lightening Ridge. With an importance placed on education by her parents and with support from #CEFWalgett, she is now studying Biomedicine at #MonashUniversity
Deme from Forster-Tuncurry on her speech pathology study journey and the rewards of sticking with it! ✨
Link in bio. Visit our Make it Possible hub for more inspiration, help and advice on post school education for regional and rural students....
Registrations are now open for the National Conference for Regional, Rural and Remote Education 2021. The conference will share creative initiatives, current best practices in schools and universities, and academic research to improve educational outcomes for rural, regional and remote communities.
We have teamed up with #angusbarrettsaddlery to provide a unique mentorship opportunity in Orange NSW. Read Angus' story and why he is wanting to 'give back' and mentor a "kid from the bush". Link to #Blog in bio
2020 CEF Alumni Rising Star joint winners! ✨🤩✨🤩 So outstanding were the nominees this year that we couldn't split these two winners.
Heather from CEF Grenfell is studying wool classing 🐏and agriculture through @tafensw in Cowra and Matilda from Shoalhaven Education Fund is a Bachelor of Arts & Law student at @sydney_uni who is passionate about creating change for Indigenous Australia.
Introducing our 2020 CEF Rising Star...Jamee Johnson! Jamee is a 3rd year nursing and paramedic student from Blackall, QLD and is studying at #QUT. ✨🤩
Her caring nature is undeniable. Not only does she work as an aged care assistant nurse and weekend sports medic, Jamee also tends to more than 100 house plants living happily and healthily in her apartment...something which is a struggle for many of us! 👩⚕️🌻🌼 #Blog link in bio
"CEF is for the country, by the country and run by people in the country who have an excellent understanding of the challenges young people face when pursuing further education opportunities." Raymond Happ -
Raymond's desire to give back through his profession and his sense of community that made him a stand out for the 2020 Alinta Energy - CEF Young Achiever. #Blog link in bio
"It is an honour to be awarded Alumnus of the Year. Previous winners have achieved some incredible accomplishments and I feel privileged and humbled that my work has been recognised to be of a similar standard," Alinta Energy - CEF Alumnus of the Year, Brooke Kaveney.
When you read her story, it's not hard to see why Brooke claimed the highest accolade in our 2020 Alumni Awards ✨😍💪 Link in bio