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Graduates from the 2013 School to Work program were recognised this morning at Campbelltown Catholic Club, with 26 students from Wests Tigers district amongst the group.

The School to Work program is designed to assist Aboriginal students in making a smooth transition from school into further education, employment or training.

Players Dene Halatau and Yileen Gordon attended the ceremony along with Wests Tigers Aboriginal Projects Officer, Tyson Birtles and CEO Grant Mayer.

The Parramatta Eels, Penrith Panthers, Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs and Wests Tigers are currently involved in the School to Work program- with a total of 200 students enrolled in this program across both Year 11 and 12.

After completing their Higher School Certificate last month, the graduating students have all found either work or have applied for University. The program has been greatly successful thus far with statistics showing a 96% success rate of school leavers.

Wests Tigers 2013 NRL Learn Earn Legend! School to Work course and High School graduates:

Tahlia Briggs, Saint Patricks College

Chanelle Campbell, Picton HS

Haylee Coggins, Ambarvale HS

Jarrod Confoy, Robert Townson HS

Rhiannon Hall Ambarvale HS

Mykayla Hotere, Saint Patricks College

Reid Hudson, Ambarvale HS

Ethan Kinchela, Ambarvale HS

RJ Kinchela, Ambarvale HS

Kelly Marshall, Robert Townson HS

Breannah McGuiness, Robert Townson HS

Jannali OHara, Chapel School, Key College, Merrylands Campus

Karlinda Potts, Sarah Redfern HS

Shonae Rawlings, Ashcroft HS

Danielle Rawlings, Ashcroft HS

Ainslie Regan, Sarah Redfern HS

Haylee Sato, James Meehan HS

Amarah Shillingsworth, Sarah Redfern HS

Samantha Skidmore, James Meehan HS

Amy Stedman, Picton HS

Cheree Thompson, Leumeah HS

Shanece Tucker, Ashcroft HS

Latu Vakauta, Chapel School, Key College, Merrylands Campus

Star Walmsley, Sarah Redfern HS

Reice Williams, Ashcroft HS

Zoie Xureb-Whitmore, Ashcroft HS

Acknowledgement of Country

Wests Tigers respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.

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