Student Heart Project representatives Brandon Robinson (left) and Daniel Steinbeck.
Studying a Bachelor of Clinical Practice (Paramedic), Daniel describes the Student Heart Project as one of his best experiences at CSU. proud of what you did, and while I was in the volunteer fire brigade, that was about as active in the community as I got. “Now I sit on the Student Council and on the Student Senate, I’m part of the Student Heart Project and I’m involved in the uni quite heavily. I guess loving what you do makes a massive difference in terms of being able to give back.”
“It’s hard to pinpoint a best experience because when you’re doing a degree you love, all of it is good.“
“I think being given the chance to be so involved in the community is huge for me. Coming from a job that I was very unhappy in and got no satisfaction from, to a degree where every aspect of it is quite amazing. To have all these opportunities to be involved at uni and in the community – with the Student Heart Project and things like that – is probably the highlight. “It’s just a complete change compared to what I was doing. I worked for the railway as a cable jointer, and it was great money but I worked my life away and I just hated what I did. You weren’t
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