We want to encourage everyone to dream big so over the past 12 months Western Sydney University have helped us inspire the next generation through the Future For All program.
The program provides students with the opportunity to learn about higher education and career planning to end some of the misconceptions they may have about university study. A total of ten Future For All programs will have been run by the end of this year with many more to come.
Future For All programs begins with a general information session, the viewing of an inspirational video and a football clinic which emphasizes on the importance of physical education. A campus tour shortly follows along with the ‘Dream Big’ workshop that is run by WSU ambassadors.
Last week, Foxtel Youth League coach Trevor Morgan travelled to the WSU Hawkesbury and Kingswood Campuses to encourage students to start developing their plans for the the future.
Shannon Cole also joined in at the sessions at Hawkesbury Campus giving the students an opportunity to meet their hero and have a personal talk with him about his background and how he found the inspiration, passion and motivation to become a professional footballer.
Schools are invited to attend the program from the WSU Network of Schools who will continue to roll out many more programs next year and can find out more by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
For Community Engagement Manager Josh Hunter the project is a great initiative to inspire the Western Sydney Community that anything is possible when you dream big.
“It’s great to see the students start thinking about their futures early and see what paths they can take using the Wanderers players and staff as their role-models.”