An employee’s choice to move on isn’t usually a cause for celebration but it is when they are a Noongar Boodjar Ranger. The Rangers were established to develop work-ready employees that can move onto bigger opportunities.
Three of our young Rangers have recently been offered amazing opportunities to further their careers.
Harley Harris has secured a much-sought-after apprenticeship with the Water Corporation.
Tarkyn Narrier has not only been enjoying a successful season in the number 27 jersey for the Perth Football Club Colts but has also secured himself an electrician apprenticeship in Perth.
We’ve also heard that Cale Moody, who was an integral part of our seed collection enterprise, has secured a customer service and security role with Northam’s newly opened Spud Shed.
Aboriginal NRM Coordinator, Jermaine Davis, says, “It’s great to see these three young Rangers going on to great opportunities.”
“We’re proud to have played a small part in their journey and we wish them the very best of luck.”
The Noongar Boodjar Rangers team forms part of our Aboriginal NRM Action Plan (Koort Boodjar – Mia Boodjar). One of the aims is to create economic opportunity in natural resource management and local employment.
Our Rangers are a skilled workforce specialising in Wheatbelt natural resource management and are available for a wide range of projects. Contact us to find out more and to see if they can assist in your next project.
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