(Aboriginal style music plays) Everyone is so nice and they are so helpful Doesn’t matter who you are you can go in there they’ll be helpful. They will look at what you’ve done or what you haven’t done and be like you should try this, or you should try this. Based on who you are and what you want to do, they will help you no matter what. So I went through ETC Actually gave me a lot of help, they actually flew me out here so that was pretty good. Yeah, paid for most of my stuff. It’s actually a coincidence because I was talking to my cousin about coming out here, the next day ETC rings me up, ask me do I want to go into an Indigenous training program. So I went in the next day, and well, here I am now, a year later so. I do recommend it because it will get you into a full-time job as long as you go through the processes of your local employment service and that whoever’s in there just to help you go through those steps whether it’s your resume, your application and then the training, and that they’re always there to help you, like, for that support net. So if you do need that help, yeah. Dead lucky, yeah. As you can see, you know, like shes done a lot for all of us, you know, especially from the small community. She’s helped us a lot She wants the best for us especially young Indigenous Australians. That’s what I eventually want to do myself. Yeah, she’s an idol, She’s my pop sister. So yeah, I look up to her. It came to me, I didn’t look for it. They sort of pulled me up and said look would you like to go out west for a week to experience life at Uluru in Yulara. I was a bit hesitant because it was such a long journey, never been this far west but I took the leap and I came out here and I’ve never regretted it. And thanks to Jenny and the crew I’ve actually found new skills, new direction and I have more opportunities I can poke a stick at really. Again, I’d just like to say, thank you to ETC, for showing me that this was an opportunity I could take, and giving me the assistance to get here.