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Alumni

Eyes on alumni 

#EyesOnAlumni is a social media campaign on the Wyndham College Facebook page that show cases the many ways in which our past students go on to build their lives beyond Wyndham College.

We look to recognise and celebrate the huge array of success that graduates have built for themselves in areas regarding their career, family lives, community efforts etc.

The use of social media promotes their achievements and also shares with the community how proud we are of all of their hard work. 

We are frequently on the lookout for more Alumni to feature - feel free to private message your story and images to our facebook page or fill in Wyndham College - alumni information survey form.


Nethangie

Nethangie Ruindu always had a big heart when she was a student at Wyndham College.

She now studies Science at Sydney University where she is also the president of the Red Cross Club.

Nethangie hopes to work in the medical field in the future.

We are proud to have been part of your journey Nethangie.


Just casually taking over the world.

Wyndham College Alumni Rose in one of her many roles at Western Sydney University building real social change & making a difference by contributing to her present learning community.

Looking forward to seeing what our present students will achieve!

Rose


Jessie

Jessie Campradt is a Wyndham College high flyer. After graduation she went to uni and currently works as a program analyst for Lendlease who are giants in the field of construction and property.

Jessie has a passion for encouraging girls in particular to study STEM subjects and pursue STEM careers and recently visited Wyndham College to speak to students.


Conservationist, geologist and political campaigner Harry Burkitt is an ex-Wyndham student who studies part time at Sydney University while running his own campaign business.

One of Harry's campaigns include Save the Blue Mountains and Sydney’s wild rivers which explaines the impacts on the Blue Mountain world heritage area if the Warragamba Dam wall is raised.

Harry