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Our AWC graduates continue to amaze us with their publishing success. So many are turning their freelance writing dreams into reality with their articles regularly featuring in major publications. And we love the variety of subject matters that they explore. Check out some of the recent accomplishments from our superstar graduates.

Laura McGeoch investigated ways to “Move Younger” in her Sunday Life magazine feature for The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald. Her article “Game On” about HR professionals working at large scale sporting events such as the Olympics, was also published as a five page spread in HR Monthly magazine.

Linda Moon delved into the interesting concept of crowdfunding with her article “Crowdfunding helps Australian small businesses attract capital, customers and cachet” in The Sydney Morning Herald My Career section.

Emma Heuston-Levak featured in Kidspot with her story on “What the childfree really think of flexible working arrangements” asking the question – do parents really get preferential treatment in the workplace?

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Ruth Dawkins provides the ultimate guide to Tasmania in TimeOut, with three articles exploring the small state’s hidden gems, the best of Hobart and the must-see North West coast.

Rose Howard had the tasty task of visiting a new Potts Point dumpling and cocktail bar with her article for Broadsheet, “The Girl Next Door“.

Louise Reynolds was thrilled to be part of Great Walks magazine’s 60th issue with her feature “Happy First-time Campers”.

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Ashleigh Mills debuted in The Sydney Morning Herald‘s My Career section with an article “New Paths After the Force” exploring the transition between careers after leaving the Defence Force.

Tania Connolly offered valuable advice in her Essential Kids feature “How to keep your kids safe at sleepovers“.

Graham Frizzell toasted the best events of Good Beer Week with a focus on sour ales in his article for Crafty Pint, “Bugged out: BGW’s sour side“.

Ariane Beeston‘s story “Mum’s cancer warning: ‘Some GPs may have dismissed me because I was young‘” was published on Essential Baby with the important reminder that cancer can affect people in all stages of life, including early motherhood.

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Wow! We are so proud of this talented crew. Well done all.

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