A group of six young women at Claremont College in Hobart celebrated their own successes recently when they completed both the Life Coaching and Life and Career Pathway Planning Modules in Coaching Young People for Success.
“..helping young people believe that no matter the circumstances, anything is possible if you put your mind to it and work for it.”
(CC student commenting on the value of CYPFS)
Supported by Impact Communities Tasmania and their classroom teacher, and inspired by their own desire to design and achieve their personal best, they met weekly across 20 weeks to explore possibilities and set their dreams in motion.
Minister for Health and Community Services Jacqui Petrusma attended the final day to present certificates and celebrate with the young women, their babies, families and friends. She commended their efforts and the progress they had made, encouraging them to continue to build positive strong futures.