TAFE students benefit from Veolia assistance

RECIPIENTS: Veolia Mulwarree Trust director John Reynolds, Kaitlyn Neate, Shannon Smith, Molly McClenahan-Lenane and NSW TAFE's David Guthrey. Photo: Supplied
RECIPIENTS: Veolia Mulwarree Trust director John Reynolds, Kaitlyn Neate, Shannon Smith, Molly McClenahan-Lenane and NSW TAFE's David Guthrey. Photo: Supplied

Four TAFE NSW Goulburn students received scholarships of $1500 each at a presentation on April 11.

This is the seventh year the scholarships have been donated by the Veolia Mulwarree Trust.

Among those receiving scholarships were Kaitlyn Neate who is studying to become an English teacher, Shannon Smith who hopes to become a paramedic, Molly McClenahan-Lenane who is studying to become a veterinary nurse and Leanne Hynes who is studying to work in community services.

“With access to TAFE NSW employer connections and scholarships, the students are on track to be employed in a career they’ll love,” a NSW TAFE spokesperson said. 

Later this year, the Veolia Mulwarree Trust will also present scholarships valued at $2000 to three TAFE NSW agriculture students.

For more information horizons visit www.tafensw.edu.au or phone 131 601.