The Shire of Carnarvon Hosts Three Internships through the McCusker Centre for Citizenship at The University of Western Australia

Published on Tuesday, 4 July 2023 at 2:20:14 PM

The Shire of Carnarvon is proud to announce its partnership with the prestigious McCusker Centre for Citizenship at The University of Western Australia to provide valuable internship opportunities to three talented individuals. Through this collaboration, the Shire aims to enhance its services, engage with the community more effectively, and develop innovative strategies to address the needs of its youth population.

Under this program, Rylee, Ben, and Erika have been selected to work closely with the Shire in various capacities, each focusing on critical projects that align with the Shire's vision for a vibrant and inclusive community.

Rylee, an exceptional individual with a passion for youth development, has been actively contributing to the Shire's efforts in creating a Youth Respect Initiative. As one of the key deliverables in the Shire's Youth Strategy, this initiative aims to foster respect, resilience, and positive engagement among the young members of the community. Rylee's commitment and dedication have been instrumental in shaping this initiative, which will undoubtedly have a lasting impact on the youth of Carnarvon.

Ben, interested in strategic project development, has been working diligently on the Stage 2 business case for funding the much-anticipated Youth Precinct. With his keen analytical skills and astute understanding of community needs through recent engagements, Ben has been instrumental in formulating a compelling case that highlights the immense value and benefits of a dedicated space for youth engagement. The Shire is grateful for Ben's contributions, which will greatly aid in securing the necessary funding for this vital community project.

Erika, a highly motivated intern with expertise in marketing and communications, has been assisting the Shire in developing an internal marketing strategy as part of its Corporate Business Plan. By leveraging her skills and knowledge, Erika is actively contributing to the Shire's efforts to enhance its communication channels and engage more effectively with the community. Her insights and recommendations will play a pivotal role in establishing a robust marketing framework that aligns with the Shire's objectives and promotes meaningful connections with the residents of Carnarvon.

The Shire of Carnarvon expresses its sincere appreciation to the McCusker Centre for Citizenship and The University of Western Australia for their invaluable support in providing these internship opportunities. These collaborations underscore the Shire's commitment to investing in talented individuals and fostering partnerships that promote community growth and development.

The Shire of Carnarvon remains dedicated to creating a vibrant and prosperous future for its residents, and through initiatives like these internships, it continues to drive positive change. The contributions of Rylee, Ben, and Erika will undoubtedly leave a lasting impact on the Shire's youth, infrastructure development, and communication strategies, respectively.

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