Moree's Naricah Smith is thriving in her role at Flourish Australia as an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander social and emotional wellbeing trainee.
Thanks to the skills she has gained studying at TAFE NSW, she is now able to enter a career helping others, one that she was always destined for with her caring nature and selfless attitude.
Naricah, who is currently studying a Diploma in Mental Health after completing a Certificate IV in Mental Health at TAFE NSW Moree last year, takes great satisfaction in helping others.
"There are so many things I love about working with Flourish Australia, but the thing I enjoy most is seeing the people that we support become active members in the community and seeing them achieve their recovery goals," Naricah said.
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