The City of Albany is happy to welcome new Sport and Recreation Trainee Ashleigh Woods to the team. Ashleigh’s new position is supported by the Wirrpanda Foundation as part of a project funded by Department of Local Government Sport and Cultural Industries
In her first week Ashleigh has assist TravelSmart Officers Julie Passmore and Carl Beck to implement programs as part of the Active Albany School Holiday program including a Break Out the Bikes children’s supervised ride and a Family Spotlighting Night Walk
Ashleigh secured the position after recently having completed a 12 week internship at Albany Leisure and Aquatic Centre in a Customer Service Role and will be working at the City of Albany for 12 months helping to plan, organise and implement a range of recreation programs including providing assistance to the TravelSmart Team while completing a Certificate III in Sport and Recreation.
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Hi City of Albany and Ashleigh, it's great to see new faces getting involved. Good story, thank you for sharing! Be sure to share more about the programs that have been implemented as part of the Active Albany School Holiday program and how they have benefited your workplace and the City of Albany. Thank you from the Your Move TeamReport comment