“I don’t see my achievements as achievements, they are milestones,” says Parveen Sharma, a man with a well-planned path to success who has just been awarded International Student of the Year 2020. Read more
SuniTAFE has an extensive Smart Farm where students study and practice so I decided to choose the horticulture course as my future career. Read more
Carmody Forbes is a graphic designer 3 days a week at the local Mildura newspaper, Sunraysia Daily and runs a freelance design business ‘The Thoughtful Geek’. Read more
In 2003 I made handbags and had a stall at a craft fair in Mildura. My Mum and my sister Toni helped me sew extra products the night before. Read more
Joel Schwarz grew up on a vineyard and has always been surrounded by machinery. Read more
For Indi, it seemed inevitable he would end up working within the Indigenous community. His family always had strong links to the community, and he was brought up to live a life of compassion and empathy. Read more
As a fruit picker’s daughter, Tracy always loved the outdoors, so she enrolled in a Certificate III and IV in Horticulture at SuniTAFE. Read more
Not everyone follows the same path to reach their goals. Life can take us in unexpected directions, but sometimes it’s those detours that lead to the best opportunities and experiences. Read more
"Travelling makes you see how lucky you are – Australia is very lucky and I appreciate the opportunities to study and further my skills.” Read more
Stevi’s determination and willingness to achieve set goals was highlighted during her studies at the Mildura Senior College, where she received subject excellence and faculty awards for VCAL. Read more