Alumni news: ‘The Saturday Paper’, SBS, ‘SMH’ and ‘Jetstar Magazine’

The AWC alumni are kicking some serious goals lately. Our hearts swell with pride when we spot a familiar name in the byline of print and online publications.

Have a look at some of the stellar articles below, penned by our amazing freelance writing alumni. They're all a great example of turning ‘cant's into ‘cans' and dreams into plans!

Above: Rahkee Ghelani‘s personal and eye-opening story “Why I don't celebrate Mother's Day” featured on SBS.

Above: Lindy Alexander discusses PTSD in her feature in The Saturday Paper: “Post-traumatic growth and the Black Saturday bushfires.”


Above: Laura McGeoch‘s excellent piece “Is staying in your comfort zone really such a bad thing?” featured in The Sydney Morning Herald's Sunday Life.


Above: Bettina Deda had a story published in Jetstar Magazine.
She says “After chasing inflight magazines for a while, I landed a gig with Jetstar Magazine for their May issue. I had offered them an interview with the CEO of Urban Taskforce Australia… they asked if I could do an interview with him about property investment.”


So much talent! Congratulations ladies, you're all superstars.

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