21 Mar, 2021 05:15 am

Volunteering Led To Community And Career

Volunteering Led To Community And Career
Lara began volunteering with Youthline in her first year of studying Psychology, at first to see if it was something that she could pursue as a career. “I kind of thought well if I hate it at least I’ll know now, and if I love it then great, ...

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Through the skills and experience that came from volunteering she was able start working in mental health support.“When you get to the end of training you know that you feel safe to do the work and that other people are really supporting you as well”.

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