Posted on Jun 29, 2015
Rural Youth Tasmania Study Tour recipients ANNOUNCED!
Saturday night the Rural Youth State Ball was hosted by North West Region at the Ulverstone Surf Club - what a wonderful evening!
This ball is held in honour of announcing the recipients of the Study Tour program, as you have seen on our page over the last month!
We are excited to announce, and congratulate each applicant on their success;
Andrea White, 17, Westmorland Rural Youth Club, awarded the Rotary Youth Leadership exchange - sponsored by Rotary.
Jake Williams, 21, North Motton Rural Youth Club, awarded the Young Endeavour exchange - sponsored by Betta Milk Tasmania.
Phillipa Green, 27, Sorell Rural Youth Club, awarded the Canadian exchange- sponsored by University of Tasmania.
Amanda Bayles, 27, Westmorland Rural Youth Club, awarded the United States of America exchange, sponsored by Betta Milk Tasmania.
Babette McConnon, 26, Oatlands Rural Youth club, awarded the United Kingdom exchange, sponsored by Davies Brothers Limited, Tasmanian Country and The Mercury Newspaper.
Rural Youth is excited to announce that in the coming weeks, nomination for two Self Nominated Study Tours valued at $550 each to experience training, seminar, an expo or show of your choice will be available via application and possibly the launch of a New Zealand exchange!
For more information on Rural Youth Tasmania check us out on this page or contact our office on 03 6331 6154 or for information on Study Tours, contact Kate Coad, Study Tours Director on 0409 295 158 or email email@example.com
Great work and well done to North West Region for hosting such a wonderful event!