The Snedden Hall & Gallop University Scholarship turns 21 this year! Since we first awarded the scholarships in 1999, we’ve helped almost 40 aspiring lawyers by providing financial assistance during the first three years of their university studies. Many scholarship winners have also been able to join our team, even if only for a short time.
To commemorate this significant birthday, we’re going through the archives to give you an update on where some of those young stars are now.
In this profile we find out more about Sarah Henderson, who was a 2007 winner.
Where is she now?
Sarah is a Senior Government Lawyer at the Department of Jobs and Small Business.
How did he get there?
Sarah was a student at Melba Copeland College when she won the scholarship in 2007.
She studied at the University of Canberra, completing her law degree in 2012. While completing her studies, Sarah worked at the Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection as a business analyst. She then took on a full-time legal officer role at the department after graduating.
In 2015 Sarah moved to the Indigenous Affairs Legal Branch within the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, progressing to Senior Government Lawyer.
Sarah is now working in the Corporate Legal Branch of the Department of Jobs and Small Business.
Want to know more?
To find out more about our scholarship program, please visit our website or contact Kirsten Cameron on 02 6285 8070 or by email.
You can read other scholarship winners here.