New Education Officer to Support Landscape Board Work with the Region’s Youth

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The Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board welcomes a new Regional Education Officer to its team.

Based at the Murray Bridge office, Danielle Roselt will be coordinating the River Murray Youth Council (RMYC), the work experience program, and developing resources for the region’s high schools.

With a double degree in Health Science and Education, Danielle joins the organisation with a wealth of knowledge in the education sector, having spent the first 10 years of her career teaching at secondary schools in the state’s South-East.

Over recent years, Danielle's passion for sustainability led her back to study, where she completed a Graduate Certificate in Environment and Climate Emergency. During this time, she also moved to Adelaide where she taught junior science and senior biology.

New Education Officer to Support Landscape Board Work with the Region’s Youth

“In my role at the landscape board, I will be working with the high schools in the region to engage them in programs and resources the organisation has to offer,” she said.

“I will also be connecting students with the community for work experience opportunities which link to the work of the landscape board.”

“I’m looking forward to making strong connections within the community that result in increasing engagement with high schools, and working closely with the RMYC on environmental projects.”

Jem Tesoriero – Team Leader Partnerships and Engagement at the landscape board – said that Danielle’s passion for educating young people and the wider community about sustainability is an excellent addition to an experienced team of educators.

“Danielle is a strong believer in hands-on learning and getting out into the environment to do this, so she’ll fit in perfectly with the team and the work we do at the landscape board”. While based in Murray Bridge, Ms Roselt will be working with schools and students across the Murraylands and Riverland.

This project is supported by the Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board with funding from the landscape levies.

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