Kingston High School Students Opportunity of a Lifetime

Students from Kingston High School participated in a Beacon High Impact Program this week which was delivered in partnership with the Sohn Hearts & Minds.

The program provided students with the opportunity to hear from mentors from the business and finance world who participated in a panel discussion, networking lunch and other career readiness activities.

Students not only had the opportunity to hear from mentors; Andrew Sypkes, Bruce Neil, Richard Atkins and Maggie O’Neill but have also been invited to attend the Sohn Hearts & Minds conference taking place in Hobart this week.

The Sohn Hearts & Minds Conference is an annual one-day event which brings the investment community together for philanthropic purpose.

The conference is a rare opportunity for industry heavyweights, global thought leaders, fund managers, CIOs/CEOs and investors to be in one room, to network and access exclusive insights, whilst raising money for Australian medical research.

This is a once in a life-time opportunity for these students to hear from some incredible speakers and to assist them in their aspirations for future career pathways.

Kingston High School students Jack Lyons and Oliva Hood with volunteer mentor Bruce Neil from Sohn Hearts and Minds