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“Be disciplined with your savings. Take on as much work as possible before you get to uni so when you get there, you can put that aside and focus on what you need to do.” 💰💻
This week on the Make it Possible series Business student Oscar from Lightning Ridge shares his advice on making friends and saving for uni...visit the Make it Possible hub to check out his video! 💰💻 @walgettcef @utsengage
#makeitpossible #countryeducationfoundation #CEFAlumni #UTSlife...
"I didn’t enrol into uni until 3 years after I completed high school and I didn’t finish with a high ATAR, but I was accepted into uni because of my story and my passion. It doesn’t matter where you come from, you can achieve great things and be whoever you want to be." 🤩💪
And Bethany from Nyngan IS achieving great things...like showing at Melbourne Fashion Week 2020! 👗👚👠
Moving from the small town of Gurley, about 8 hours from Sydney, to study at #universityoftechnologysydney, Charlie grew up on the family farm with Mum, Dad and 10 – yes 🔟 – brothers and sisters!
Not only has CEF helped Charlie financially with Sydney rent and a much needed new laptop in the year of COVID and online study, it has also allowed him to maintain a work-life-study balance. 🎓💻 Read Charlie's story in our latest #Blog - link in bio
Erin is a shining example of the big hearts our regional youth have.
After some time at home in Temora, she is now serving the community of Port Macquarie through her brand new business, Empower Physio For Women and inspiring the next generation of students as a CEF Aspirational Influencer.
Congratulations to Rogan Turner, Kelsie Mitchell and Kaitaia Clark, recipients of our CEF Broken Hill University Scholarships for 2021! 💰💰
The $21,000 in scholarship funding has again been made possible by longstanding CEF supporters the McLean Foundation (Rob and Paula McLean), Eureka Benevolent Foundation (the family Foundation of Roger Massy-Greene and Belinda Hutchinson), and the Zagora Foundation (Leigh and Sue Clifford).