Seven local students have received scholarships from the Young branch of the Country Education Foundation (CEF) to assist them with their tertiary studies in 2018.
Four Hennessy Catholic College former students and three Young High School former
students received over $15,000 in funding which has come through the generosity of the
Hennessy Catholic College student Isabel Gahan will be studying a double degree in International Relations/Law at the Australian National University in Canberra while Madison Ryan is going to Macquarie University in Sydney to study a Bachelor of Chiropractic Science. Caitlin Albert is heading to the University of New England in Armidale to study Rural Science and Molly Jones is heading to Charles Sturt University in Wagga to study a Bachelor of Primary Education.
Samantha Oehm from Young High School will be studying a Bachelor of Forensic Science at the Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT) while Madisen Coles is in her second year of an Exercise Physiology and Rehabilitation degree at the University of Canberra. Fellow past student, Tamara Jubb is in her final year of podiatry at Charles Sturt University at Albury.
The Young CEF branch wishes to thank the Young community who have supported their fundraising efforts in the past. Unfortunately, the Committee is really struggling for members and the future of the branch is very uncertain. If you or your business is able to provide support or donations, please contact the President, Mrs Jo Hawker at the Young Vet Clinic.