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Earlier this month, student leaders from around the region were hosted by State MP’s in Sydney as part of the Secondary Student Leadership Program run by the NSW Parliamentary Education Branch.
Shear Delight - Shearing School Politically Impressive
Our Wool Works Shearing School introduces high school students to the skills of shearing and wool handling. It provides an avenue for the young people in our region to be shown that they are and will be valued.
Are You a Young Person Impacted by the Drought?
UNICEF Australia with the support of the NSW government is seeking applications from 14-24 year olds to attend the first NSW Youth Summit on Living with Drought. They are looking for applicants from diverse backgrounds, who bring personal…
Shearing School Continues to Inspire
Another successful Wool Works Shearing and Woolhandling School was held in Glen Innes this month with 16 high school students from Macintyre Highschool in Inverell, as well as Glen Innes High attending the three day workshop.
Mustering Up the Next Generation of Wool Shed Workers
At a time when COVID-19 travel restrictions have caused a shearer shortage in parts of rural NSW, we are working to ‘muster’ the next generation of shed workers, through a $60,000 State Government grant under the Stronger Country Communities…
Students Flock Back to Be Inspired at our Shearing School
We were pleased to be able to run the first Shearing School after the COVID-19 shutdown in Glen Innes in late September. The school was attended by students from Glen Innes High School and Macintyre High School in Inverell.
Could You be Part of the Regional Youth Taskforce?
If you are passionate about regional NSW, have ideas and views on issues impacting young people in regional NSW and want to make a contribution that can create a real change, then the Regional Youth Taskforce could be for you!
AGCAP - Agribusiness Careers & Professions
The AGCAP program gives rural and regional students a pathway to agricultural college and onto university. The pathway incorporates school, college and university, allowing students to gain industry endorsed qualification while spending a minimum…
Wool Works
Wool Works is a new shearing and wool handling program for secondary school students, to encourage students to participate in the wool industry.
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