Our Students, Our Heroes, Their Goodwill, Our Future
The Rotary Club of Richmond (RCR) showcased the achievements of Melbourne Girls’ College (MGC) students in Community Service, in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM). Also, MGC students participated in a variety of leadership and enrichment programs such as the Model United Nations Assembly
(MUNA), the National Youth Science Forum (NYSF) and the MGC’s Interact Club.
The event was originally scheduled for the 13th of March and later rescheduled for the 22nd of March this year after Melbourne’s third snap lockdown.
Rotarians, teachers, Acting Principal Andrew Arney from MGC, parents, and special guests were enthralled with the MGC student presentations. The stories of their resilience in pursuing their education while continuing their goodwill in their variety of
community projects was both captivating and infectious. We salute them and we are comforted that this generation of young people will lead with purpose, kindness and resolve for better outcomes in the future. The evening presentations were in three parts: the presentation of Awards, the presentations of students’ involvement in Rotary projects and a presentation of a District Citation to the Interact Club of MGC.
Community Services Award Middle School
Community Services Award Senior School
Outstanding Participation in Community Service Award
Model United Nations Assembly (MUNA)
Jade Johnson and Monique Selcuk
National Youth Science Forum (NYSF)
Rachel Chiu and Tyana Tsai
District 9800 Interact Club Citation
Rachel Chiu accepting it on behalf of the MGC Interact Club Members