Where are they now?
11 December 2008 Leigh Dunstan (Beaconhills 1994-1999) is very involved in two significant community projects. The first involves helping with disabled sailing at the Docklands Yacht Club where the ‘Sailability’ program operates. Leigh’s involvement with sailing goes back to his school days when his father, Mark Dunstan, established the Beaconhills Sailing Club in the early [...]
11 December 2008 After studying a Bachelor of Arts (majoring in Sociology) and Bachelor of Social Welfare, and briefly working as a youth worker, I then packed my bags to do some travelling overseas. I have travelled to over 100 countries where I worked in various fields of employment. I also enjoyed volunteer work in [...]
10 December 2008 Conducting the RMIT Concert Choir earlier this year. I completed a combined BA/B.Mus at Melbourne University in 1999, having gained my L.Mus.A in piano three years earlier. During my years of study I began accumulating work as an accompanist, first for local theatre companies and then for choirs. By 1999 I was [...]
10 December 2008 Stewart made a conscious decision during his tertiary studies at Monash University between 1995 and 2001 to use the skills he had gained there to benefit others. This has since led him to a very unusual career which has included three years working for OXFAM (much of it voluntary) and, more recently, [...]