'There is no limit': how scholarships and work experience are changing Indigenous lives | Hannah McCleary for IndigneousX

Science The Guardian

Culture can connect people on a level unlike anything else – if you’ve experienced it, you know what I mean Australia must realise that an important step towards reconciliation is showing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students that they are valued and important, and that we believe in their future. Providing opportunities for professional experience, learning and networking is a crucial component of this. I have been lucky enough to be involved in a number of programs aimed at Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, and they have changed my life (and my peers’ lives) …

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