Year 12 Exams Not The Only Door To A Great Future
Prominent Australians have joined a campaign by leading online youth mental health organisation ReachOut.com to show Year 12 students that There's Life After Year 12 Exams.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Opposition Leader Bill Shorten, Minister for Small Business Kelly O'Dwyer and Australia's first Indigenous Minister Ken Wyatt have added their voices to a chorus of support for Year 12 students, joining other MPs and Australians such as Melissa Doyle, Osher Günsberg, Conrad Sewell, Jeremy Fernandez and many more.
-There's Life After Year 12 Exams is a national campaign that's designed to help Year 12 students manage stress and anxiety at exam time,' ReachOut Australia CEO Jono Nicholas said today.
-Year 12 students often feel like there is only one path to their future, when there are many different options, opportunities and career paths,' Mr Nicholas said.
-We're expecting to see large numbers of young people turn to ReachOut.com over the coming months. There were more than 80,000 visits by young Australians during 2014's exam period, and views of study- and stress-related content increased by more than 500 per cent.'