Future for All is a future planning program for Primary Schools aimed at encouraging students to dream big and consider all potential possibilities after their completion of schooling.
The program provides students with the opportunity to learn about higher education and career planning and hopes to end some misconceptions they may have about university study.
The program runs as follows:
The day begins with a general information session and the viewing of a video on pathways in life and the importance of having a plan. Following this, there is a football clinic which emphasises the importance of physical education. As well as this, students are given a campus tour as well as a workshop that is run by WSU ambassadors.
For Community Engagement Manager Josh Hunter the project is a great initiative to inspire the Western Sydney Community that anything is possible when you dream big.
“It’s great to see the students start thinking about their futures early and see what paths they can take using the Wanderers players and staff as their role-models.”
Schools are invited to attend the program from the WSU Network of Schools.