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Students Ivy T-Hellier and Josh Alexander were inducted to a student leadership program yesterday in Warrnambool.ALMOST 40 secondary school students from across the south-west are on course to becoming leading lights in the community.
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The group of 37 year 10 students from Brauer, Colac, Mortlake, Hawkesdale P12, Heywood and District and Portland secondary colleges have been selected as Beacon Student Ambassadors.

Beacon Foundation partnerships manager for south-west Victoria Sonia van Kempen said the community would benefit from whatever skills the students learn.

“If they’re successful the community will be successful,” she said.

“We’ve all got a role to support these students. We want to give them as many experiences as possible.

“We want them to work with the business community and the community in general to achieve these skills.

“At the heart of the Beacon program is establishing effective ongoing partnerships between schools, businesses and the local community.

“Once that happens the results speak for themselves. Students attending schools in which the Beacon program operates are five times less likely to be disengaged from earning or learning than the national rate.”

Yesterday the students met Warrnambool mayor Jacinta Ermacora, The Standard journalist Alex Sinnott and 3YB radio announcer Tenielle Hawker.

Students Ivy T-Hellier, of Hawkesdale P12 College, and Josh Alexander, from Brauer Secondary College, said the program provided some unique opportunities.

“A lot of past year 11s had said it was a lot of fun,” Josh said. “Cr Ermacora spoke to us about being a leader.”

The Beacon Foundation is a non-profit organisation which this year will work with 15,000 students in 124 schools and aims to increase student aspirations, skills and opportunities through linking schools with business and community.

As part of their induction yesterday the students learnt skills in public speaking, event management, leadership, teamwork, networking and media skills.

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