Becoming a social worker
When Keren Rowaro was finishing school in Papua New Guinea she thought a business career was in her future. But she quickly realised that switching to social work was the right move.
A veteran finds a new path
After spending four years in the army as an infantry soldier, Nick Stanford was ready for a new challenge – and civilian life – and is now training to become a paramedic.
Finding passion in the law
Danielle Lamborn is an ambitious law student who has learnt that remaining human will always be the best way to practice.
Planning for the future during change and uncertainty
It's not easy staying motivated and positive during uncertain times, but no matter what is happening in the world, you can always take steps forward.
Mastering online learning
Studying online wasn’t Anthony’s first choice, but it may prove to be his best.
Wellbeing of First Nations' youth
A passion for Indigenous peoples' wellbeing inspired Georgia's PhD exploring how First Nations' youth in higher education thrive.
Pros and cons: 'I wish I had (not) taken a gap year'
Professor Phil Parker explains why gap years for pre-university students might not be the best option for most school-leavers.
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