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WORK EXPERIENCE – CHAITANYA SHARMA

I am Chaitanya Sharma. I'm currently in year 10, as a second work experience I worked at Dannielle Green's office. I have had the delightful time of undertaking a work experience placement at Danielle Green’s office over the last week. On the first day, I was taken on a tour of the office and provided orientation for the systems and processes Danielle’s team used. I was allocated a workspace and my work officially started. During my work experience week, I went through files and policies to broaden my understanding of the work done in an MP’s office. I did research and helped write content for Danielle’s Facebook page. Some examples of the posts that I worked on included early childhood traineeships, power-saving plans, free education sessions for drivers and flu vaccination schedule extension times; all different initiatives being implemented by the Andrews Labor Government.  I also wrote a media release about Wallen Primary School Sod Turn where they are modernising the learning spaces and gym. I learnt about the project and got to practice writing. I was also working on projects for the Yan Yean Youth Council, for example sending out invitations to our next meetings. I also provided input from a senior school students perspective on the youth survey being developed by the Youth council. I helped around the office with cleaning and sorting merchandise for distribution in the electorate. As Danielle has been in parliament for 20 years and is not recontesting, there are a lot of projects, documents and memorabilia that needs to be sorted and organised. It was interesting to see posters older than myself! Another task I was able to work on was sorting, fixing, and categorising information/media releases and letters that Danielle received via email. Danielle gets numerous emails from constituents who need support and her whole team works to answer these questions and solve their problems. Sometimes talking with ministerial offices to provide answers to these questions. The entire week was a blast and I loved working with everyone in the office. All the staff were so nice and supportive. They provided me with valuable insights into the political world and opened my mind to a very different career pathway. I would love to do this work placement again.

WORK EXPERIENCE – CHAITANYA SHARMA

I am Chaitanya Sharma. I'm currently in year 10, as a second work experience I worked at Dannielle Green's office. I have had the delightful time of undertaking a work experience placement at Danielle Green’s office over the last week. On the first day, I was taken on a tour of the office and provided orientation for the systems and processes Danielle’s team used. I was allocated a workspace and my work officially started. During my work experience week, I went through files and policies to broaden my understanding of the work done in an MP’s office. I did research and helped write content for Danielle’s Facebook page. Some examples of the posts that I worked on included early childhood traineeships, power-saving plans, free education sessions for drivers and flu vaccination schedule extension times; all different initiatives being implemented by the Andrews Labor Government.  I also wrote a media release about Wallen Primary School Sod Turn where they are modernising the learning spaces and gym. I learnt about the project and got to practice writing. I was also working on projects for the Yan Yean Youth Council, for example sending out invitations to our next meetings. I also provided input from a senior school students perspective on the youth survey being developed by the Youth council. I helped around the office with cleaning and sorting merchandise for distribution in the electorate. As Danielle has been in parliament for 20 years and is not recontesting, there are a lot of projects, documents and memorabilia that needs to be sorted and organised. It was interesting to see posters older than myself! Another task I was able to work on was sorting, fixing, and categorising information/media releases and letters that Danielle received via email. Danielle gets numerous emails from constituents who need support and her whole team works to answer these questions and solve their problems. Sometimes talking with ministerial offices to provide answers to these questions. The entire week was a blast and I loved working with everyone in the office. All the staff were so nice and supportive. They provided me with valuable insights into the political world and opened my mind to a very different career pathway. I would love to do this work placement again.

NEW SCHOOL A STEP CLOSER FOR DONNYBROOK FAMILIES

Families in Donnybrook are a step closer to having the exciting new local school they deserve, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government’s investment in the new Hayes Hill Primary School (interim name). Premier Daniel Andrews and Member for Yan Yean Danielle Green today visited the site of the new school, which is set to open for the first day of Term 1 in 2023. When complete, the school will feature specialist teaching areas for science and food technology, two learning neighbourhood buildings, a community hub building with a competition-grade gymnasium, canteen, music and drama space, two outdoor hardcourts, a sports field and an administration building The school will have space for 525 local students in the growing northern suburb, and will open for enrolments for students in Prep to Grade 6. The new school shared in a Labor Government investment of $491.5 million in the Victorian Budget 2021/22 for new schools construction – making sure every Victorian family has access to a great local school, close to home. In the past eight years, the Labor Government has invested $12.8 billion in building new schools and more than 1,850 school upgrades, creating around 17,400 jobs in construction and associated industries. The Government is ahead of schedule in its work to deliver 100 new schools between 2019 and 2026, with 75 new schools opening between 2019 and 2024. Quote attributable to Premier Daniel Andrews “Our northern suburbs are growing fast – and we’re keeping pace with the new communities in this area by building new schools to make sure every family has access to quality public education, close to home.” Quote attributable to Member for Yan Yean Danielle Green “I know local families are excited about this brand-new school opening to support this growing community – I can’t wait to see it completed and open.”

NEW SCHOOL A STEP CLOSER FOR DONNYBROOK FAMILIES

Families in Donnybrook are a step closer to having the exciting new local school they deserve, thanks to the Andrews Labor Government’s investment in the new Hayes Hill Primary School (interim name). Premier Daniel Andrews and Member for Yan Yean Danielle Green today visited the site of the new school, which is set to open for the first day of Term 1 in 2023. When complete, the school will feature specialist teaching areas for science and food technology, two learning neighbourhood buildings, a community hub building with a competition-grade gymnasium, canteen, music and drama space, two outdoor hardcourts, a sports field and an administration building The school will have space for 525 local students in the growing northern suburb, and will open for enrolments for students in Prep to Grade 6. The new school shared in a Labor Government investment of $491.5 million in the Victorian Budget 2021/22 for new schools construction – making sure every Victorian family has access to a great local school, close to home. In the past eight years, the Labor Government has invested $12.8 billion in building new schools and more than 1,850 school upgrades, creating around 17,400 jobs in construction and associated industries. The Government is ahead of schedule in its work to deliver 100 new schools between 2019 and 2026, with 75 new schools opening between 2019 and 2024. Quote attributable to Premier Daniel Andrews “Our northern suburbs are growing fast – and we’re keeping pace with the new communities in this area by building new schools to make sure every family has access to quality public education, close to home.” Quote attributable to Member for Yan Yean Danielle Green “I know local families are excited about this brand-new school opening to support this growing community – I can’t wait to see it completed and open.”

PUTTING PATIENTS FIRST IN YAN YEAN

The Andrews Labor Government is putting patients first in Yan Yean.

IMPROVING SCHOOL CLASSROOMS AND GROUNDS IN NILLUMBIK

Member for Yan Yean Danielle Green today announced that Diamond Valley College in Diamond Creek will receive $610,000, and is among 57 schools to share...

 

DIAMOND CREEK NETBALL SHINING BRIGHT ON NEW COURTS

The Diamond Creek Netball Courts are now match ready for the big games thanks to the completion of court and pavilion upgrades funded by the...

SMILE SQUAD VISITING NILLUMBILK SCHOOLS

The Andrews Labor Government’s free dental program is ramping up again with government school students in Nillumbik receiving a check-up from the Smile Squad from...

FUNDING TO TRANSFORM NILLUMBIK FACILITIES

Hurstbridge locals will have a new Men’s Shed to enjoy, thanks to support from the Andrews Labor Government’s Growing Suburbs Fund.

NEW LIBRARY AND COMMUNITY HUB FOR DONNYBROOK

Donnybrook locals will enjoy a new community centre thanks to support from the Andrews Labor Government.