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2014 Zonta Club of Cumberland Award Winner

Congratulations to Trish Tipping, Graphic Design student in 2014 for winning the 2014 Zonta Club of Cumberland Award for her progress in Diploma of Graphic Design. The award is given to an Indigenous woman studying at Western Sydney Institute of TAFE and recognises achievements of women in a TAFE course.
The award applies to Certificate III level courses and above and all nominations are considered by a Zonta Club of Cumberland West panel consisting of two Zontians and a member of the Mt Druitt Aboriginal Education and Training Unit.

We are extremely proud to have Trish as one of our continuing students as she has been an amazing student to watch progress through her studies since she began with Nepean Arts and Design Centre, Kingswood TAFE. Trish has always come across as confident in her actions and personal attitude though what has really developed is her own creative ability and capacity to apply herself within the Design industry and community as a whole in a creative capacity. Her achievements have not only had a major impact on Trish’s study and results within class though have been a remarkably positive influence on her peer students and teaching staff as well.
Trish is a lovely student to have in the class as she contributes to discussions and classroom activities and encourages others to get involved. She is a very studious student and completes work to a high standard without exception. This dedication to her studies has made a significant impact on the progression through the course and her ability as a Graphic Designer to help in her preparation for working within the industry.
Congratulations Trish on winning this award, you deserve all the accolades

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