As supporting partners of Bond University’s Indigenous Education Program, Precise Air’s Mark Jenkins and Nathan Host were honoured to join Elders, Indigenous students, Nyombil Centre and Faculty staff during Reconciliation Week to celebrate the achievements of the Scholarship Program.
Mark and Nathan met the 2019 Indigenous scholarship students and heard how support from the community and organisations like ours is helping the students achieve their highest ambitions.
Bond University Ambassador Jeremy Donovan provided a special didgeridoo performance and inspired the group with his own personal story of how the combination of drive, determination, hope and the help of a supportive community can lift the future of our Indigenous youth.
If you would like to learn more about the Indigenous Education Program and how you can contribute to the success of Indigenous students, please contact Bond University’s Partnerships Manager Laura Harvey on (07) 5595 1430.
Pictured are Indigenous Scholarship recipients Maya Johnon and Ziggi Busch, and students Marita Miller and Sharnie Roberts with a corporate community member. Jeremy Donovan performs for guests at the Indigenous Scholarship Program Morning Tea.