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Indigenous Health Scholarship Program

Indigenous Health Scholarship Program

Through the Indigenous Health Scholarships, Australian Rotary Health is supporting the next generation of Indigenous health care providers to achieve an education that will help them assist their communities.   Each student enrolled in the program is provided with a $5,000 scholarship. The Indigenous Health Scholarship program is a collaborative project between Australian Rotary Health, participating Rotary Clubs, and the State and Commonwealth Governments.

Tyran Hill

Tyran Hill

I am a Willman man from Noongar boodja (country). After completing Year 12, I transitioned to completing a full time trainee-ship, part-time studies and casual work all simultaneously. My trainee-ship is with the Aboriginal Programs team at the Port Adelaide Football Club. I am currently studying a Diploma of Business and have also enrolled into a full-time degree (Bachelor of Human Movement/Master of Teaching) in 2020. I have also been working actually at a local gym as a personal trainer.

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Amanda Wall

Amanda Wall

My dreams since being a young girl has been to care for people. It took years to get there but I am finally studying. My goal is to work at APY lands or in country with those vulnerable people who are scared of the modern hospitals. I would love to help them feel safe and to make sure they are receiving the best care possible.

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Hayley Kurray

Hayley Kurray

I have always been passionate about Indigenous Health and had aspirations of pursuing a career as a doctor with a focus on Indigenous health and community outreach. Although this is not my current degree, I still have dreams of using laboratory medicine as a pathway perhaps into post graduated medicine. Laboratory Medicine, so far, has shown to be very rewarding and an interesting degree that holds many career opportunities and I am excited to explore both the pathology and public health sides of the degree.

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Taylah Stallan

Taylah Stallan

I have chosen to study dentistry as I have a great interest n oral health care. I have always really enjoyed going to the dentist since I was young, and have been fortunate enough to benefit from visiting the dentist regularly. I have also chosen to study dentistry as one day I would really like to be able to give people the gift of smiling. Many people struggle with their self-esteem from the appearance of their teeth; therefore, I would like to boost peoples self-esteem to enjoy smiling by becoming an orthodontist after completing my current degree in dentistry. I also hope to be able to encourage will people to visiting the dentist nby increasing oral health knowledge and raining awareness of available pathways to dental care for Aboriginal people.

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