February 12, 2024
Kingaroy State High School graduate Charlotte Landherr has been selected to receive the $1000 Nanango Electorate Year 12 School Leaver’s Bursary.
Member for Nanango Deb Frecklington congratulated Charlotte, who was chosen from the many graduates who applied for the bursary.
“This year was a very difficult choice for my School Leavers Bursary with a large number of high-quality applications from Year 12 graduates across the Nanango Electorate,” Mrs Frecklington said.
“My bursary aims to help them with the costs associated with making the move to access further education and training, whether it be for TAFE, university or an apprenticeship.
“Following the interview process, Charlotte was chosen to receive the bursary, which will help her relocate to Townsville to study medicine at James Cook University.
“I would like to thank Mr Keith Campbell who once again assisted me with each of the interviews, and in the difficult task of choosing the bursary winner.
“We were very impressed by Charlotte’s aspiration to become a regional doctor, and her desire to give back to rural communities.
“Her efforts have seen her achieve her goal of being accepted to study medicine and I know this financial support will help make her transition to Townsville just that little bit easier.”
Applications for the 2024 Deb Frecklington Nanango Electorate Year 12 School Leavers Bursary will open in early October.