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ADVANCE
CONNECTING
AUSTRALIANS
GLOBALLY

Advance.org aims to nurture and support the next generation of Australian leaders. We are devoted to the exchange of knowledge, connections, and ideas to inspire and empower global Australians to succeed around the world. The Advance Mentor Program has these goals at its core and matches Australian university students with Advance Award winners for a 12-month, one-on-one mentor program. The program provides advice to help students find direction in their studies and refine their career goals. Mentors share their own professional and personal experiences, and knowledge to support students with their development goals.


Meet the 2019 Mentees

Daisy Jarrett

University of Newcastle
Daisy Jarrett The University of Newcastle Daisy Jarrett is in her final year of a combined Bachelor of Business Bachelor or Commerce at the University of Newcastle.

Jane Chen

University of Melbourne
Jane Chen The University of Melbourne Jane is completing Honours in Sociology at The University of Melbourne, after graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Asian Studies in 2018.
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Lakshitha Ravipudi

University of Sydney
Lakshitha Ravipudi The University of Sydney Lakshitha is a final year student who is studying Bachelor of Engineering Honours (Biomedical engineering) at the University of Sydney.

Leonie Nahhas

University of Wollongong
Leonie Nahhas University of Wollongong Leonie recently graduated with a BA – Psychology and a Degree in Education at Macquarie University, Sydney.

Rebecca Kelsall

Queensland University of Technology
Rebecca Kelsall Queensland University of Technology Rebecca Kelsall graduated with distinction from the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) with a Bachelor of Business in July 2019.

Tamiru Kawashima

University of Sydney
Tamiru Kawashima The University of Sydney Born in Japan and having lived in the Philippines, New Zealand and now Australia, whilst recurringly visiting family in India and Japan, Tamiru witnessed various degrees of development from a young age.

Yiyang Wu

University of Sydney
Yiyang Wu The University of Sydney Yiyang is a fourth-year undergraduate student at The University of Sydney, majoring in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering.