Ebony Pitt - Mossman
At 22, Ebony Pitt is committed to changing the lives of Indigenous youth
At 22, Ebony Pitt is committed to changing the lives of Indigenous youth and she is working hard to making sure she achieves her goals.
Ebony will complete her Bachelor of Education in 2012 and in the mean time will continue studying through RATEP while working as an Indigenous teacher aid at Mossman State School.
She plans to become a teacher in remote Indigenous communities at the completion of her studies.
“I see there is so much potential in Indigenous kids and more attention needs to be put into them to change their futures,” Ebony said.
“I am passionate about changing Indigenous lives.”
Ebony is no stranger to study having completed her Diploma in Education in 2008.
“RATEP has made all this possible for me,” she said.
“Without RATEP I wouldn’t have done university because it was way too scary for me.”
Ebony credits the incredible support from the RATEP team for her success.