2022 scholarship presentation

2022 presentation provides highlight

MSN celebrated its 2022 Scholarship Presentation Ceremony in early May with the awarding of scholarships to 35 students from local high schools and education institutions.

Chair of MSN’s Scholarship Committee, Helen Doust, said the presentation was a highlight of the year for the organisation and the students.

 “A key initiative for MSN is providing educational scholarship programs designed to assist young people achieve their education and career goals,” said Helen.

“MSN helps connect experience with potential through advocating and promoting the many benefits of mentoring and the significant impact positive role models can have on guiding young people’s lives.”

The 2022 presentation ceremony was held at one of MSN’s supporters, Newcastle Harness Racing Club, and students who received scholarships were:

  • Callaghan Campus (Jesmond) – Fatemh Al Hariri, Rayan Al Refai, Ariyan Artin, Neema John, Sidra Kalaaji, Aya Mail, Ousmane Mane, Sdra Maremkool, Christopher Pointer, Dalal Sulaiman, Lingeswaran Vijay.
  • Cooks Hill Campus – Big Picture – Max Heffernen, Banjo Lye, Angus Miller, Aspen Scriven, Sharlainah Stoimenoff, Eliza White.
  • Hunter Sports High School – Jay Soli.
  • Hunter Trade College – Charlie Burrell, Jyson Dederer, Sam Kane, Lochlan McLennan, Temeaka Mercer, William Ross.
  • Lake Macquarie High School – Elissa Davis, Ciara Palmer, Ella Trimmer.
  • Maitland High School – Ebony Grant, Rosalee Johnson, Bailey Stuckings.
  • St Francis Xavier’s College – Edeni Dunia, Lyse Matabiro.
  • TAFE – Mercy Beale, Patience Dennis.
  • University of Newcastle – Kais Al Refai.

Helen said MSN has presented more than 400 scholarships totalling $700,000 to students in Newcastle, Lake Macquarie, Maitland, and Port Stephens since the organisation started operating 17 years ago.

“We are very fortunate to have great sponsors and supporters which enables MSN to provide scholarships to assist high school and other students who require a helping hand in their studies and education activities,” said Helen.

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