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headspace Bathurst hYLITEs volunteers' contribution

22-05-2018 Category: General Posted by: emily.roberts

This National Volunteer’s Week, headspace Bathurst are taking a moment to celebrate the extraordinary contribution made to the centre through the work of volunteers most notably, the Rotary Club of Bathurst Daybreak who’s support has ensured the running of the headspace Youth Links to Industry, Training and Education (hYLITE) program.

Rotary Club of Bathurst Day Break has assisted the continuation of the hYLITE program; an afterschool support program operated with the help of 3rd and 4th year psychology students from Charles Sturt University (CSU) School of Psychology. These students volunteer their time to help young people with general school work, assignments or who just need a quiet place to study.

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