news / 28/04/2023


We are so incredibly proud of our Communications & Events Co-ordinator, Layla Boseley, who was named as the AFL SportsReady First Nations Trainee of the Year for the 2023 Victorian graduating class.

Layla joined us in March 2022 as the Communications and Events Trainee and has done such a deadly job working with and for our community over the past 12 months during her traineeship, that she has now secured full time employment at Wathaurong in an ongoing role.

We would also like to congratulate Rochelle Anderson on graduating from her traineeship with AFL SportsReady. Rochelle was also a nominee for the First Nations Trainee of the Year award, and we are thrilled that Rochelle has also been offered a full time position to stay at Wathaurong in the role of Fleet Admin & Support.

Congratulations to both Layla and Rochelle on their graduation, and to Layla for being awarded First Nations Trainee of the Year!


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