Outstanding students announced as 2021 Ambassadors

8 August 2021

After receiving close to 100 nominations from a range of study areas, 23 students have been announced as our 2021 Ambassadors.

Each year we coordinate an Ambassador Program to recognise our most outstanding students/lecturers across seven categories.

Each year students are nominated by their lecturers across seven categories, recognising their work during Semester 2, 2020 to the end of Semester 1, 2021. 

An Ambassador celebration will be held on Wednesday, 8 September at Gallery Central where we will recognise our ambassadors and announce our 2021 Ambassadors of the Year.
 
2021 Ambassadors
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Student of the Year
Hannah Collard - Youth Work
Keira Gentle - Fashion Design
Kevin Wilson - Graphic Design
 
Apprentice of the Year
Brayden Bilson Wright - Patisserie
Chloe Ebsworth - Commercial Cookery
Hayden Carvell - Light Vehicle Automotive
Michael Quaid - Carpentry and Joinery
 
Cultural Diversity Student of the Year
Agnes (Remi) Toluwade - Mental Health                
Kamyar Kazemi - Sport and Recreation
Masomah Nazary - English as an Additional Language
Simeng Yuan (Sammy) - Government Response and Operational Services
 
International Student of the Year
Jessica Munawar - Patisserie
Johanna Faber - Travel and Tourism Management
Maswati Mohammad - Community Services
 
School-based Apprentice of the Year
Courtney Short - Commercial Cookery
 
Trainee of the Year
Ludolph Bosman - Networking
Mitchell Crosby - Resource Processing
Shakayla Ugle - Sport and Recreation
 
Vocational Student of the Year
Hayden Gary Thorn - Mental Health
Kimberly Bentley - Individual Support (Ageing)
Luke Logan Richardson - Screen and Media (Game Art & Design)
Maxine Turner - Community Services
Stuart Parker - Community Services