On International Volunteer Day (December 5), the Centre for Adolescent Health would like to acknowledge and thank Hannah, Steph, Millie, Han, Olufunke and Gianella for their invaluable contributions to the Centre in 2019.
Hannah is a final year student undertaking a Bachelor of Professional Communication in Public Relations at RMIT University. Hannah has been volunteering at the Centre for Adolescent Health for 6 months and enjoys being amongst health professionals and global Adolescent health leaders. She is passionate about mental health and hopes to pursue a career in knowledge translation.
Stephanie is completing her final year at RMIT with a Bachelor of Professional Communication, majoring in Public Relations. Stephanie aims to utilise communications to advocate for important social issues in the world. She has volunteered with the communications team at the Centre for Adolescent Health for the past 6 months.
Millie is currently studying psychology at Monash University. She is looking forward to starting Honours later this year and gaining some experience within research. Millie’s main interest is developmental psychology and is looking forward to learning more about the important changes that take place in the transition from childhood to adolescence.
Han is currently completing a Bachelor of Public Relations at RMIT University. She is interested in health and community events and particularly the planning, strategy and communications behind them. At MCRI, she guides the social media and engagement for CATS and is excited to learn more about the emotional development of adolescents.
Olufunke is a post graduate student of Communication at RMIT University. Olufunke aims to contribute meaningful work through social media content management, information gathering and dissemination, and communication strategy. Olufunke also volunteers at Communities That Care (CTC).
Gianelle is a third year student undertaking a Bachelor of Communication in Media at RMIT. Gianella is passionate about using communications to advocate for important issues regarding health and volunteers for Communities That Care (CTC).