Young Haleians

Young Haleians


When you graduate as a student, your Hale journey has really only just begun. You'll meet past Hale students everywhere.  The Young Haleian Committee aspires to enable every Young Haleian to stay connected. They aim to provide the best events and resources for Young Haleians between the ages of 17 and 30 to reconnect, network or just catch up. 

Classmates Kim O’Brien (2005-12) and Andrew Kelly (2008-12) were the catalyst for the formation of what is now known as the Young Haleians. They did a lot of the formative, behind-the-scenes preparation together before Andrew took off to Melbourne University to further his studies. Undeterred, Kim kept the candle burning and joined forces with other recent graduates who were keen to keep their connection to the School intact. Kim is now a member of the OHA Committee and Chair of the Young Haleians.

Follow them on Facebook to find out the latest events and activities they are planning. If you have a suggestion you would like to put forward, reach out via younghale@hale.wa.edu.au.


 
 
       
 

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MENTORING

leading the way mentoring program

The Young Haleians are proud to be a part of the ‘Leading the Way’ mentoring program; designed to assist past Hale students reach their full potential in their chosen career and within the community.

The program partners experienced Old Boys (mentors) with recent Hale graduates (mentees).

Old Boys get to pass invaluable knowledge on and witness the transition from layperson to a professional in that industry, while Young Haleians can gain an insight into the profession, have the opportunity to ask questions and begin to experience what life is like from the other side.

Mentoring relationships can take all forms, from informal coffee catch ups to work-based experience. However, a constant aspect is that what you put in is what you get out. If you are unsure about a career path, or want to know how you get there speaking to someone who already HAS been there before, and can point you in the right direction.

For more information, CLICK HERE to learn more about how OHA mentoring works.

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