Chance to learn

SuniTAFE conservation and land management teacher Taylar Pay with Judd Russell, 6, and Millie Russell, 4, of Mildura, looking at a butterfly display. Picture: Louise Donges

SuniTAFE conservation and land management teacher Taylar Pay with Judd Russell, 6, and Millie Russell, 4, of Mildura, looking at a butterfly display. Picture: Louise Donges

AMBITIOUS young locals who are struggling with financial issues can now vie for assistance through a partnership between SuniTAFE and Chances for Children.

The local charity was at yesterday’s SuniTAFE open day, spreading the word that financial hardships should not be a barrier in gaining a qualification.

SuniTAFE communications officer Gabrielle Cavallo said the SuniTAFE and Chances for Children Scholarships would provide $5000 per year to support students who met certain criteria, which included studying at one of the institute’s campuses and being aged between 16 and 25.

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