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“Let’s Talk” Community Forum Series

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The“Let’s Talk” community forum series is aimed at addressing barriers to higher education. Each one of the three forums focuses on different issues – from economic barriers and capacity building to future employment prospects. The forums are designed to give members of the community and higher education professionals the opportunity to engage in open dialogue.

Event details

This Friday, join us at a forum that explores the notion of student debt: the myths and the facts.

Date
Friday 24 October 2014
Time
5.30 pm - 7 pm
Venue
Bankwest Lecture Theatre
Cost
Free but registrations are essential
Students talking in the Library

The first forum opens the discussion on economic barriers by exploring the notion of student debt myths and facts. This community forum has a Q&A format, where panellists answer questions and comments from the audience. Questions can also be posted on Twitter via the hashtag #letstalkstudentdebt.

Panellists:
· Tim Pitman, Policy Analyst, The National Centre for Equity in Higher Education
· Simon Roy, Senior Student Assist Officer, Curtin Guild
· Michelle O’Brian, Debt Management Consultant, Maddington

For further insight into the event check out the introductory forum video:

Registrations

Please register via Eventbrite.

Refreshments

Light refreshments will be served from 5 pm.

Curtin AHEAD

This is an initiative of Curtin AHEAD (Addressing Higher Education Access Disadvantage) in partnership with Abdulrahim Elmi, an independent project manager and youth advocate, seeking to uncover potential in people and increase awareness and understanding of the long-term benefits of higher education.

Filming

Please note that this event will be filmed for educational and informative purposes, and for a potential research project. If you have any queries about this, please inform the organisers upon arrival.

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