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Sharks forwards Sam Tagataese and Joseph Paulo this week lead a ‘Tomorrow’s Stars’ talk at Sharks Leagues Club, highlighting the value and importance of education for secondary students.

The Sharks Tomorrow’s Stars indigenous program is a career-based initiative funded via the NRLs Indigenous All Stars Program, designed to teach students the value and confidence by creating positive learning experiences.

The program also aims to help students to think more clearly about who they are, what skills they possess and what skills they will need to learn as they move towards future careers.

Leading two students from Year 12 at Heathcote High School, Tagataese wrapped the program and the importance of it in the learnings of the students.

“It’s one of those things that it’s a real pleasure to be a part of, to be able to speak to these students about the importance of setting goals,” Tagataese said.

“Not only that, but also the ways to go about achieving those goals, and being able to enjoy the successes that follow from that … it’s something special to see.” 

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