The Smith Family Graduates

Four of our students have received tertiary scholarships with The Smith Family. Not only do they receive money towards their university pathways they will also work with a mentor while they get started at uni. These students are Hieu Tran, Dillon vitnell, Sarah McGennity and Kevin Wurjo.

On Wednesday the 24th of February the students received their tertiary scholarships with The Smith Family with Education Minister Susan Close attendance. During the ceremony Hieu Tran performed the closing speech and Dillon Vitnell was on the panel.

Four of our students have received tertiary scholarships with The Smith Family. Not only do they receive money towards their university pathways they will also work with a mentor while they get started at uni. These students are Hieu Tran, Dillon vitnell, Sarah McGennity and Kevin Wurjo.

On Wednesday the 24th of February the students received their tertiary scholarships with The Smith Family with Education Minister Susan Close attendance. During the ceremony Hieu Tran performed the closing speech and Dillon Vitnell was on the panel.

The Smith Family’s Graduation was a special night to celebrate the hard work and future endeavours of our graduating high school and tertiary Learning for Life students.

All students were awarded a certificate of their time sponsored by The Smith Family on the Learning for Life program. Guests were able to meet and hear firsthand from our students how The Smith Family has helped them succeed at their studies and create better futures for themselves. Port Adelaide Football Club legends and Margarey Medal recipients, Russell and Brett Ebert spoke about life before and after their AFL careers.

 

http://www.sbs.com.au/news/article/2016/03/01/former-refugees-heroic-path-university