The Smith Family

Access to education is essential to building a pathway to employment. The Smith Family and Chevron Australia are working together to help disadvantaged children make the most of their education so they can create better futures.

Local Government Minister Tony Simpson, left, joins Chevron Australia representative Erin Bourne, right, and The Smith Family General Manager WA Greg Ryan-Gadsden, to present local students with certificates of participation in a recent competition.

Learning for Life Program - Helps disadvantaged young West Australians obtain a better education through greater access to learning resources, support and programs. Delivered in Kwinana, the West Pilbara and other metropolitan and regional areas, the program helps pre-school to tertiary students develop vital life skills and stay engaged in their education so they have the best chance to realise their potential.

Kwinana Schools and Community Network - The network brings together services, resources and extra support from more than 40 organisations (government agencies and non-profits), to boost student educational outcomes by working closely with schools, parents and the community. The aim is to increase engagement and participation of young people in school and improve self-confidence and well-being.

 

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