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Wodonga Middle Years College is committed to developing our students as leaders within our school and the wider community. Students at the college are provided with an array of opportunities to develop leadership skills and serve their community. Some of the areas include, Wodonga Council’s  Youth Leadership program, both Central Perk & The Bridge College Café’s, the Carevan Kids Cooking Program along with the many other sporting and academic opportunities that promote leadership.


At the college student leaders also have the unique opportunity to participate in Wodonga Federation of Government Schools Teach the Teacher program. Students run a professional learning session for teachers where they share their educational experience with teachers.
Our formalized leadership roles at the college include School Captains, House Captains, Vice Captain and Sports Captains. Students apply for these positions in term 4 for the following year. As apart of these roles, students plan and run assemblies each term, they design and run fundraising days and are the representatives of the college at civic and community functions. Student can add  Leadership experiences to their resumes as they transition to senior studies and entry to the workplace.


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