A great outcome for students from Tweed River High School, who attended the Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME). A number of our students took part in several workshops over the past year that were held at Southern Cross University, Tugun Campus.
All students were a credit to the school and took part in a range of activities. A number of our students have been involved in the AIME program for several years. We were very grateful that five of our students this year have been recognised for their commitment to the program. They are as follows:
For his leadership, commitment to school and the AIME program. Jalen is a mentor for younger students in the program, and the sky’s the limit for him.
Rhiana Leaupepe Perkins
For her commitment to the program and her schoolwork, but also for her leadership and incredible singing performance whilst in Sydney.
Krystal Riley, Talia Tonkin & Brooklyn Freer
For their commitment to the program and their schoolwork. The leadership they possess and the positive, respectful attitude these girls carry inspire those around them.
A young leader and a young, positive role model for those around him.