Going virtual

The Mentor Support Network (MSN) and Newcastle Permanent Charitable Foundation opted to “virtually” present scholarships to 10 Hunter students who came to Australia as refugees.

Funded by the Charitable Foundation, each student receives $3,000 to help with the purchase of education essentials. The grants also include access to a mentoring program and an individualised career assessment for each prize winner.

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