Meet our Community Bank Youth Scholarships for 2018

Abigail Szabo completed an incredibly full year in 2017, which included completing an International Baccalaureate. She has been offered a place at Monash University to begin her Bachelor of Laws (Honours).
Abigail says “My vision is to either become a lawyer or work in a career where a law degree is applicable, such as in the corporate or human rights areas.”

Braden Taeuber completed Year 12 with SEDA College in 2017 and plans to study a Diploma of Sports Development and a Diploma of Leadership and Management at Swinburne.
Braden hopes to complete this double Diploma in partnership with the Richmond Football Club and is keen to take up any volunteer opportunities with the Club, hopefully in data analysis.

Rachel Lee will be studying a Bachelor of Arts/Masters of Teaching (Secondary) at Deakin University.
Rachel says “I intend to go to university to enable me to reach my ultimate goal of becoming a secondary school teacher. I have a passion for helping others, and promoting the importance of young people’s engagement, voice, opinions and actions.”

Ebony Lily will be studying a Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) at RMIT.
“In the future, I aspire to work as a human resource manager, as I feel that’ll be a very good use of my abilities and skills. I hope to accomplish this through dedicating myself to my studies 100%, and embracing all opportunities that come my way.” Ebony said.