Ella Gould came to SEDA in College to complete Years 11 and 12 because the SEDA Rabbitohs HSC program is a great fit for her interests and skills.
Ella says: “The skills I learned while studying my Sport and Recreation Certificate 3 have opened up many opportunities such as NRL coaching clinics, volunteering at game days, and running sports clinics for primary school children across Sydney.
With the high quality of training I am receiving, the opportunities to volunteer with the Rabbitohs and Souths Cares, and the difference it has made to me both inside and outside of school, through the program at SEDA College, I find it very easy to tell others about how great these opportunities are and what they have added to me personally.”
In early 2021, Ella was chosen as one of two students who went with Souths Cares to Mudgee and Wellington in regional NSW. Ella and classmate Corey delivered footy clinics and e-Safety sessions to both Primary and High School students at 5 different schools.
As a result of being part of the SEDA College program, Ella was the recipient of the Sydney and Northern region Vocational Education student of the year in 2021 and is now in the running for the NSW student of the year award.
If you would like to find out more about how the SEDA College Rabbitohs Program is the right fit for you, register now for the free information session on August 9 at 6 pm HERE and hear from SEDA Principal Kate O’Donnell along with Shannon Donato, Chief Commercial Officer at South Sydney Rabbitohs.