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NRL’s School to Work program keeping kids out of mischief

NRL’s School to Work program keeping kids out of mischief

There was not a cap or gown in sight, but for 60 Indigenous students, Monday’s NRL School to Work graduation was much more than a ceremony. For most of those graduating, finishing school or completing further education and training was not an option they considered before they entered the program. The School to Work initiative has been running for six years and was started when the Canterbury Bulldogs, Parramatta Eels, Penrith Panthers and Wests Tigers joined forces with the federal government...

Read 7 months ago, The New Daily

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