One of the ethics at the South Coast Careers College is “Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give.” ― Ben Carson. Leading on from this, they have upgraded their technology at all their campuses and their training rooms now have fabulous Smart TVs for students to learn from. Wanting to also donate to a worthy cause they chose Muddy Puddles in Batemans Bay as recipients of a new Smart Board. Muddy Puddles were founded in 2014 by a group of concerned parents and community members who wanted more services in the area for children with a disability or developmental delay. Julie Griffiths told The Beagle " We are delighted to be able to support this great, not-for-profit organisation which helps with social and emotional well-being, motor, language/sensory functioning and life skills as well as offering therapy and education programs for children and young people with a disability, their families and the community to promote development, awareness and inclusion."
Pictured above with the new Smart board is Cate McMath, CEO Muddy Puddles and South Coast Careers College Business Development Manager Julie Griffiths.