VCAL Personal Development Students in Year 11 and 12 are participating in a learning activity called Project Mentor.
The task involves asking ten questions to a person at the local level , state/regional level and national/ International level. We are hoping that the responses will support the students as they work to complete their own projects this year.
The Students generated the questions based on the VCAL learning outcomes and by consensus came up with their top ten.
As our VCAL students continue on their Project Mentor activity we invite you to read about
Printmaker Cameron Fraser was born in Vanuatu and completed a Master of European Fine Art at the Winchester School of Art, University of Southampton, England. He currently resides in Spain. Fraser’s works utilise a technique of printing that employs carborundum, an adhesive grit, to compose images of floral specimens. Fraser has held solo exhibitions in Melbourne, Sydney and internationally in the UK and Spain.
He was awarded the Fremantle Print Award, Unique State Prize in 1992, the Canadian Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Scholarship in 1995 and the Dyason Bequest by the Art Gallery of South Australia in 1996. His work is held by several regional and tertiary collections in Australia.
Read about Cameron as he answers the Top 10 questions by Clicking here
The first Mentor is a man by the name of Fred Womersley
It was 1946 when Fred Womersley bought interests in a local Frankston timber mill established in 1922.In 1959, Jack became one of eight founding members of Mitre 10, before handing the reigns to sons Geoff and Fred. The business is now being run by Jack’s grandson’s Stuart, Peter and Scott Womersley.
The Family purchased Sorrento Timber and Hardware in 2004 and the Chelsea Heights Mitre 10 store in 2007. Today, Womersley’s Mitre 10 continues the tradition of service excellence which began 90 years ago.
Fred is a successful businessman, sportsperson, loving husband and father with a great sense of community and giving back.
To read more about Fred and his thoughts on life please click here