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Title: Importance of Work Experience
Authors: Central Coast Express
Issue Date: 21-Aug-1980
Abstract: Article regarding Gosford District Hospital in the Central Coast Express Newspaper, 21st August 1980. "Importance of Work Experience". Image 1: A bright face who assisted in the entertainment of children in Gosford Hospital's children's ward was Jenny Radford a Year 10 student from Henry Kendall participating in the school's first work experience program. She was a big help to the hospital's recreationist Max Stuart. Max and Jenny are pictured conducting a painting exercise, much to the delight of little Trent Lyons of North Gosford. Image 2: Chef of Gosford District Hospital, Tony Williams didn't mind a few more cooks in the kitchen when Henry Kendall High School launched a work experience program. Patricia Ward and Tracey Barkley discovered what it was like to cater and cook for a crowd. Gosford District Hospital is the biggest avenue on the Central Coast for work experience programs.
Description: "Importance of Work Experience" details a work experience program created by Henry Kendall high school. One student, Jenny Radford, gained work experience in the children's ward at Gosford District Hospital and two others, Patricia Ward and Tracey Barkley, assisted chef of Gosford District Hospital, Tony Williams, in the kitchen.
Publicaton type: Memorabilia
Subject: Newspaper Articles;Gosford District Hospital;Youth;Hospital Volunteer Service;Ward;Child
Appears in Collections:Our Hospitals

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