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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.

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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