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Newman High School Students looking towards the future

Newman Senior High School Year 10 students recently had the opportunity to gain a greater understanding of School Based Traineeships including career pathways opportunities post school. Past and current School Based Trainees shared their experiences and answered questions about their journey as apprentices.

Quotes from students

“Today’s talk with the apprentices and SBT students definitely made me pay more attention to the opportunities available to me within our town and on offer at BHP.”

“It showed me the opportunities available and inspired me to look further into this pathway.”

“It opened my eyes as to what my future pathway could be. Hearing the guest speakers talk about their experiences in the program made me want to explore this possibility further.”

“I thought I knew what path I wanted to take but hearing the speakers talk about their personal experience in mining made me believe that this pathway is more accessible to me living in the Pilbara.”

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