Celebrating the new agreement are from left, Noel Davis, NAB;, Heather McKinnon, Southern Cross University Rising Stars Scholarships campaign advocate; Julie Tucker, Scholarships officer; and Leigh Sellers, NAB regional executive retail.
Celebrating the new agreement are from left, Noel Davis, NAB;, Heather McKinnon, Southern Cross University Rising Stars Scholarships campaign advocate; Julie Tucker, Scholarships officer; and Leigh Sellers, NAB regional executive retail.

You can bank on this course

AN INNOVATIVE new agreement between Southern Cross University and the National Australia Bank will provide paid cadetships for up to five students a year.

The agreement, announced last Friday at Southern Cross University’s Coffs Harbour campus, will give students in a range of courses the opportunity to apply for the 12-month cadetship program.

The successful students will work in either the Coffs Harbour or Lismore branches of the NAB, where they will undertake a variety of roles and gain experience across the banking business.

Southern Cross University’s vice-chancellor, Professor Peter Lee, welcomed the agreement.

“This is a really exciting announcement. These cadetships will give our students access to paid employment with a national company and the ability to gain diverse experience in the banking industry,” Professor Lee said.



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