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Project SEARCH Graduates

Project SEARCH Canterbury is starting its fifth year in 2023 and we have had some wonderful results from the interns who have graduated through these years.

Check out where some of our Graduates are now.

2020 Graduates of Project SEARCH Canterbury DHB

Graduation 2020

From left to right:

Harrison Stevens, Sajal Shavika, Liam Harris, Michael Davies, Tyrone Henry, Kingsley Yorke, Lee Barry and Logan Moloney

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Kingsley Yorke

 

I'm working at the Bupa Parkstone Retirement Village cafe as a cafe assistant. I'm a casual worker so work when I'm needed, sometimes I get 4 or 5 shifts a week. I'm biking to work and it only takes about 7 minutes which is good. I have become a member of the Project SEARCH Steering Committee as an Alumni so I can share what it is like being an intern. 

Photo of Liam Harris, successful graduate of Project SEARCH

Liam Harris

 

I am working full-time at Paul Harris Racing as a Stable Hand. I have always had an interest in horses so this suits me well.  I have bought my first car which I use to get to work.

Photo of Logan Moloney, successful graduate of Project SEARCH

Logan Moloney

 

I initially worked part time with the Hurunui District Council in the Mayoral Taskforce. Now I'm working at the Rangiora RSA as a part time kitchen assistant.

Lee Barry

Lee has a small business called 'Barry's Biks' making and selling healthy dog treats in Christchurch. He volunteers with St John Meals on Wheels, the Shirley Vege Co-op helping fill bags and getting barista training, and the Mairehau Community Library where he shelves books, helps out and attends committee meetings. Lee is looking forward to finding paid employment, being an employee and part of a team. 

Photo of Tyrone Henry, successful graduate of Project SEARCH

Tyrone Henry

 

I’m doing work experience two days per week at Diana Isaac Retirement Village.  The people are friendly.  I have a uniform and a name badge.  

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