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High school students flock to Orange Mental Health Month activity (21 Oct 16)

High school students from across the Orange region have derived great benefit from TAFE Western’s annual Mental Health Month community barbecue, with hundreds of youngsters joining in a number of fun activities while raising awareness and breaking down stigma associated with mental health.

Dylan sets a great example for his family and friends (19 Oct 16)

“Going to TAFE helped me build good customer skills and also prepared me for employment. I really enjoyed TAFE, it gave me a sense of purpose. It’s a great way to get people off the street and can play a huge role in helping out our community.”

TAFE students’ remarkable Chinese experience (17 Oct 16)

“The students spent the whole time with the orphans – volunteering, supporting and helping care for them through interactive games, tutoring, helping them with their homework and teaching them English."

Ongoing collaboration provides myriad of benefits (13 Oct 16)

“TAFE and NALAG have had a very productive and worthwhile collaboration and working relationship for more than 16 years and this MOU is a strong commitment to continue to develop this flourishing partnership,”

Mudgee TAFE Student Hub turns pink for a great cause (13 Oct 16)

“We are very happy to join with the Mudgee Community to raise funds for the McGrath Foundation, and also to raise awareness of breast cancer in the community. We are very pleased with the way students and staff are getting on board to support the cause, and we’re really enjoying decorating our new Student Hub with even more pink!”