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Kai Schweizer

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I am deeply honoured to be a 2018 Pinnacle Scholar. For the first time in my studies, I am able to focus on working toward the best possible grades without…

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Nic Wright

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The support the Pinnacle Foundation has given me is immeasurable. The financial aspect of the scholarship has allowed me to focus on my degree and mental health in a way…

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Jack Townsend

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I’m very grateful to have been granted a Pinnacle Foundation Scholarship for 2018. As I finish my final year of law, the support the Pinnacle Foundation is providing me is…

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Tamasyn Carman

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It is both an honour and a privilege to been named a 2018 Pinnacle Foundation scholar. Foundations like Pinnacle are changing the lives of young LGBT+ people, like myself, across…

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Caitlin Frost

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The Pinnacle Foundation is everything I stand for. My current goal through study is to work with LGBTI+ youth and I am so grateful for the support from Pinnacle to…

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Ruben Blackwood

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I have never had a community of people around me who were casually and unassumingly accepting and supportive of my identity, so I failed to realise the difference in my…

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Stefan Boyd

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During my time at Swinburne I came across the Pinnacle Foundation scholarship program which I’m thrilled to be part of. This scholarship will help to alleviate the financial pressure weighing…

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Tilly Houghton

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Being an LGBTIQ student last year was difficult for everyone – and law school sometimes makes hypothetical situations out of very real and traumatic experiences faced by gender-diverse and same-sex…

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Izzy Treacy

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The Pinnacle foundation has provided me with unbelievable opportunities through the presentation of this scholarship. The Foundation does such amazing work for young LGBT+ youth, and this scholarship will allow…

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Jacinta Clark

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I talked myself out of applying for a scholarship 3 years in a row because I thought I wasn’t queer enough or disadvantaged enough. It wasn’t until I was about…

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