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Sixteen-year-old electrical apprentice and Year 12 student Mac Hawkins starts his day before dawn some days, but is loving his experience of working at a mine. Mac is one of six outstanding young people to be showcased by MRAEL during National Youth Week (31 March to 9 April 2017).

Occupational Health student Kirsten Lorme effectively started her career path in Year 11 when she began a Certificate III. She has forged ahead with her career since then, with her industry experience confirming for her that she has chosen the right profession. Kirsten is one of six outstanding young people to be showcased by MRAEL during National Youth Week (31 March to 9 April 2017).

At just 15, Tahleigh Crone has set herself on a solid career path as an electrician, unfazed by it traditionally being a male-dominated field. Tahleigh is one of six outstanding young people to be showcased by MRAEL during National Youth Week (31 March to 9 April 2017).

Carpentry apprentice and year 12 student Alex Ennion combines skill, passion and ambition—impressive characteristics that will boost his chances of success in the building industry. Alex is one of six outstanding young people to be showcased by MRAEL during National Youth Week (31 March to 9 April 2017).

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