Jarrod McNamee - Winner
Bachelor of Sport Business
Jarrod McNamee utilised his sport business degree’s integrated practical placement to start a career in an industry he loves.
During his course, Jarrod helped inspire the next generation of junior bowlers at Tenpin Bowling Australia.
This passion has led to ongoing employment as a Sports Development Officer.
“Jarrod is really interested in sport, and you can tell when talking to him that he spends a lot of time reading about the industry.
“As a result, he was able to lead a lot of discussions and complete high-quality work,” says Course Leader Sam Duncan.
Compelled to join Holmesglen after attending an Open Day, Jarrod says he is a proud member of the Holmesglen community and enjoyed the strong connections he shared with his teachers.
Luke Joyce - Finalist
Bachelor of Nursing
Luke Joyce chose Holmesglen to connect his healthcare passions with a practical course engaged with industry.
Luke immersed himself in these opportunities throughout his degree, when completing placements at hospitals in Melbourne, Horsham, Traralgon and Wodonga.
Described as a student of high regard by his teachers, Luke capped off his studies with an Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation Student award in 2021.
Luke plans to use his qualification to complete a Graduate Program at Monash Health, working in Critical Care.
He says he would recommend Holmesglen to future nursing students for its care to students and great facilities.
Marcus Fattori - Finalist
Bachelor of Information Systems
Marcus Fattori says he is proud to be the first member of his family to obtain a degree.
At Holmesglen, Marcus followed a successful IT study pathway – progressing from a certificate to diploma and then a degree course.
Marcus says Holmesglen taught him that hard work pays off, which is evident in his new career.
He secured an IT administration job at a real estate agency while studying and has since been offered a graduate contract position at Australia Post.
“Marcus’s leadership, communication skills, teamwork and work ethic were absolutely fantastic,” says teacher Rashikala Weerawarna.