TAFE NSW Young graduates marked a magic milestone recently when they were honoured for their hard work and determination at the 2018 TAFE NSW Young graduation ceremony.
A host of awards were presented to some of the highest performing students among the 125 graduates, who came from a diverse range of backgrounds and study areas. TAFE NSW Regional General Manager Kerry Penton congratulated all the graduates and said the ceremony was a fitting recognition of the students commitment to improving their skills and ultimately, their lives.
“It’s wonderful to see so many graduates investing in their futures by studying at TAFE NSW,” Ms Penton said. “For many of them, that involves making short-term personal sacrifices in the knowledge that the skills they learn at TAFE NSW will help them further their careers. To see those students up on stage being cheered on by their family, friends and classmates is very special. On behalf of TAFE NSW, I would like to acknowledge the personal achievement of all our graduates and wish them every success in future.”
Ms Penton said TAFE NSW had more than 1200 courses available – from short courses to degrees – and many of them could be studied online when and where it suited students via TAFE Digital.
To find out more about studying at TAFE NSW, phone 13 16 01 or visit www.tafensw.edu.au.
Awards received by TAFE NSW Young students:
Outstanding Achievement Award: Yuping “Sarah” Bai; Kanyaporn “Pear” Tierney; Molly Maloney; Saveta Hansen; Monique Dorman; Pieke Soedjai; Dorilyn Desuyo; Catherine Olofsen; Hannah Madden; Michael Sheaff; Noeleen Lenard; Shannon Blythe; Ashton Stewart; James Hunter; Emma Godsell