Life after ERC
Life after ERC
Akira enrolled at the College in 2019 and fully committed himself to the VET opportunities available to him. He worked hard to complete Certificate II in Agriculture, Certificate II in Wool Handling and Certificate II in Engineering Pathways by the end of September 2020. Akira was awarded the Caltex Best All Rounder Award at the 2020 Awards & Presentation Ceremony. Akira has now successfully completed a stint of work experience with Hofmann Engineering and is soon to commence an apprenticeship with them.
Wynston left the College in 2011 to return to the Bidyadanga Community on the Kimberley Coast. Wynston has found a career as a Karajarri ranger with the Kimberley Land Council and in 2017 he recently attended the National Indigenous Youth Parliament Program. He addressed Parliament and met the former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
After graduating in 2018, former Head Girl, Tekiasha returned to her home town of Derby. Tekiasha has recently gained employment as a Customer Service Officer at the Derby/West Kimberley Shire. Tekiasha will continue gaining work experience at the Shire and has also applied to Notre Dame University to study as a Primary School Teacher. She later wishes to study animal health.
After graduating in 2015, Former Head Girl, Kate, continued her nursing studies and is now enjoying a career as an enrolled nurse at Joondalup Hospital.
Emily graduated from the College in 2013 and completed an undergraduate degree at Edith Cowan University attaining a Bachelor of Arts with a Double Major in History/Politics and International Relations. After completing this degree, Emily went on to compete her Honours Degree and her PhD in the same area of study. Emily is now in Europe where she presents internationally.