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The Teaching for Impact Program aims to provide high school students in NSW with useful advice and mentoring and help them realise their full potential. A variety of reasons largely out of the student’s control can make high school difficult. These may range from a lack of time due to working part-time to not having access to opportunities due to monetary constraints, making it difficult for students to achieve their personal goals

Teaching for Impact hopes to play a small part in narrowing such gaps and inspire the next generation and is run completely by graduates out of their own generosity of spirit and willingness to help others. Our initiatives include study habits and advice, university, and career advice seminars, a mentoring program as well as health promotion awareness programs.


Founder of HSC Program

George is a doctor working at NSW Health who is passionate about education having lots of experience mentoring and teaching students from high school to medical school. He founded the NSW Teaching for Impact division to reach and positively impact as many students as possible and hopes the team’s advice and tips will help improve and add value to the high school experience.