These students are inspiring and of great benefit with their involvement as interns and volunteers to the Path of Hope project. Well Done Jessica & Blake & the POH Team!

Jessica Yang
Jessica is a UWA student who completed 100 hours of community service working as a Junior Research Intern at Path of Hope Foundation through the McCusker Centre for Citizenship. The McCusker Centre for Citizenship internship program at UWA matches students with not-for-profit organisations and aims to foster active, community-minded citizens who contribute to the well-being of their communities. 
Throughout the internship, Jessica’s work contributed to building on The Hope Report which seeks to benefit the breaking of intergenerational cycle of family violence. Her main responsibility was to research countries that had passed the law to abolish the corporal punishment of children.  
You can view Jessica's presentation video here:
An Interns Personal Rotary Path of Hope Story | Jessica Yang | McCusker Foundation | UWA
Blake Bond
Blake Bond, a previous marketing intern from Curtin University, talks about his experience in creating buzz for the 2021 Path of Hope Gala and showcases some of the content he created for the Path of Hope social media. Blake dives into what he learned in his time at Path of Hope and how the skills he developed has helped him succeed in both his studies and outside of class. He reflects on how the team at Path of Hope supported him to become to best student and professional he could be, and hopes other students follow in his footsteps.
You can view Blake's presentation video here:
An Interns Personal Rotary Path of Hope Story | Blake Bond | Curtin University