Brian has been impressed by the state-of-the-art facilities available in today’s schools and the opportunities students have for learning. He shares his wisdom with students, emphasizing two vital messages: the importance of hard work in achieving success in studies, work, and relationships, and the significance of choosing a career path that aligns with one’s passions and interests.
EdConnect Australia, a volunteering charity operating in both primary and secondary schools, supports individuals like Brian who dedicate their time and expertise to making a difference in the lives of young people. EdConnect Liaison Officer, Karen Barden says “For the past 25 years, EdConnect has been connecting volunteers with students in need of additional support and guidance. Volunteers like Brian make a huge difference to the education and wellbeing of students and we are always looking for more people who want to help improve young lives.”
Brian Wood’s commitment to empowering young minds exemplifies the spirit of EdConnect’s mission. He is a role model for students, demonstrating that with hard work and a genuine passion for one’s pursuits, success is attainable.
EdConnect Australia trains and supports volunteers to work in local schools, providing a safety net for young people who might otherwise struggle to realise their potential – in school and life. It is a volunteering organisation which operates within both primary and secondary schools.
Schools across the south west including in Augusta, Margaret River and Cowaramup are seeking volunteers for 2024.
For more information on our volunteering program click here, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1800 668 550.