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"I really want young people to understand that there are so many ways to reach the end goal – you don’t have to fit the stereotypical mould." 🤩🤩
Hannah Messner is an amazing young woman.
A CEF West Wyalong grant recipient who has done a little of everything on her road to studying a Bachelor of Agricultural Science at Charles Sturt University. She wants other regional youth to know that when it comes to their education journey, there is 'more than one way to shear a sheep.' 🐑 🤭
Meagan Dampney from Narrabri does, and thanks to Country Education Foundation of the Namoi and the Audi Foundation she is studying at the University of New South Wales and well on her way to realising her dream of making things go really fast! 🤩🏎️
The Snow Foundation is an amazing, longstanding supporter of CEF, passionate about providing education opportunities for rural and regional youth.
In the wake of such difficult times for our regional areas, they have committed to providing organisational support to CEF and to providing scholarships in the following regions for the next FIVE years!🤩🤩
Braidwood and District Education Foundation
Country Education Foundation of Goulburn & District
Country Education Foundation of Snowy Monaro
Shoalhaven Education Fund
Country Education Foundation of Yass
Do you live in a regional area? Do you have trouble getting in to see a doctor when you need to? 💊💉
Courtney Gale has experienced a shortage of doctors in these areas first hand, and with support from Country Education Foundation Gilgandra & District and Three Rivers University Department of Rural Health, she is eager to be a part of the solution. 👩⚕️
Her further education journey didn't start as planned, but she is following her dream and studying medicine at #uni_newcastle 🤩
"CEF embodies all that is good about people in rural and regional Australia: adaptability and resilience, focusing on the solution, not just dwelling on the problem."
Sean Barrett - Head, Origin Energy Foundation.
For more than 10 years, Origin Energy Foundation have supported our work in helping rural and regional youth access education. They know us well, and know the incredible value of our volunteers and communities. 😍
They recently invited us to tell our story on their Knowledge Hub.
Thank you for allowing us to share why our community-based model is so important to us, and why it is so successful. 🙌
Meet Oscar. Oscar from Lightning Ridge is studying a Bachelor of Business (Accounting) at UNSW and gives is advice on being disciplined with your savings.
Visit https://cef.org.au/make-it-possible/ for more inspiration, help and advice on post school education for regional and rural students.
#makeitpossible #countryeducationfoundation #cefeducation #cefaustralia #cefaus #countryeducation #cefalumni #cefstudentlife...
Everyone is in the same boat at uni and life is filled with ups and downs! Seek help, enjoy the ride! ⛵📚🌊
The latest in the Make it Possible video series features #charlessturtuni teaching student Tegan from #temora! She has some great tips on study planning, mental and physical health, seeking help at uni and of course having fun! 😀 Link to video in Bio.