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Scholarship Recipients Named

MEDIA ADVISORY
7 November, 2014

SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS NAMED
Waiariki Institute of Technology

The following secondary school leavers have been awarded Waiariki scholarships for 2015.

Hope-Wairua Nicholas – Trident High School, will study Bachelor of Nursing at Mokoia Campus, Rotorua.

Devon Potter – John Paul College, will study Bachelor of Nursing at Mokoia Campus, Rotorua.

Renee Silcock – Te Puke High School, will study Bachelor of Nursing at Windermere Campus, Tauranga.

Cathy-Lee Campbell – Te Puke High School, will study Bachelor of Nursing at Windermere Campus, Tauranga.

Kerry Fraser – Te Puke High School, will study Bachelor of Nursing at Windermere Campus, Tauranga.

“We are pleased to be able to support students in our region to further their education in their chosen fields of study,” said Waiariki Institute of Technology Chief Executive, Margaret Noble.

The students come from Whakatane, Te Puke and Rotorua and were all awarded their scholarships at prize giving events at their respective schools over the past week.

We want to wish them all the best for their tertiary studies here at Waiariki.

ENDS

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