Started: 20/06/2016 8:27 AM
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Kelsie Clarke
LNG18 Students Forum with Earth Science WA

Through Woodside's partnership with Earth Science Western Australia (ESWA), I was recently given the opportunity to volunteer at the LNG18 Students Forum in April 2016.

At the forum I presented to the students, helped to facilitate interactive activities and escorted the students through a tour of the exhibition hall and to LNG18 speaker sessions, developing my professional leadership and speaking skills. It was wonderful to have the opportunity to support the students in learning about our industry and to see them delve into the process and science behind the LNG market, from production to customer use.

ESWA also generously organised for a work experience student from Esperance, who I was hosting that week at the Woodside office, to attend the Students Forum. The experience left the student motivated and inspired to continue to pursue career opportunities in the Oil and Gas sector.

I am so grateful for the opportunity that was provided through ESWA to pass on my knowledge and inspire the next generation of students aspiring to enter our industry at the Chevron hosted LNG18 student form. A big thank you to Jo Watkins from ESWA.

Picture: Kelsie Clarke
  • Kelsie Clarke
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Kelsie Clarke

Through Woodside's partnership with Earth Science Western Australia (ESWA), I was recently given the opportunity to volunteer at the LNG18 Students Forum in April 2016.

At the forum I presented to the students, helped to facilitate interactive activities and escorted the students through a tour of the exhibition hall and to LNG18 speaker sessions, developing my professional leadership and speaking skills. It was wonderful to have the opportunity to support the students in learning about our industry and to see them delve into the process and science behind the LNG market, from production to customer use.

ESWA also generously organised for a work experience student from Esperance, who I was hosting that week at the Woodside office, to attend the Students Forum. The experience left the student motivated and inspired to continue to pursue career opportunities in the Oil and Gas sector.

I am so grateful for the opportunity that was provided through ESWA to pass on my knowledge and inspire the next generation of students aspiring to enter our industry at the Chevron hosted LNG18 student form. A big thank you to Jo Watkins from ESWA.

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