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Yearly Archives

2018

May 23, 2018

Kai Schweizer

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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May 23, 2018

Nic Wright

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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May 23, 2018

Jack Townsend

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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May 14, 2018

Tamasyn Carman

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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May 14, 2018

Caitlin Frost

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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May 14, 2018

Ruben Blackwood

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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May 14, 2018

Stefan Boyd

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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May 14, 2018

Tilly Houghton

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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May 14, 2018

Izzy Treacy

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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May 14, 2018

Jacinta Clark

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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