Today N2C held their fourth presentation of 2019 at Darwin High School in the Northern Territory, where the team delivered the youth safety awareness message to the school’s year 10 students.
The N2C program is a unique and revolutionary Youth Safety Campaign with the clear objective of saving teenage lives arising from the tragic consequences of youth violence and road accidents which was founded in 2012 by Andy McElrea.
N2C confronts the youth of Australia at High School level and shocks them into making smart decisions regarding their own safety.
Established in 1956, Darwin High School is a coeducational senior secondary school located at Bullocky Point catering for students in Years 10 to 12. Darwin High has a reputation for excellence and in 2015 became an NT Government Independent Public School. As an Independent Public School they have greater local decision making, are governed by a school board and are able to offer innovative programs that provide pathways for all students.
As always N2C’s presentation was well received and here is some of the feedback from a student after the presentation.
“N2C should be in every school across the country, to help young people see that tragedies occur, but can be prevented by making smart decisions. Thank you so much for sharing your personal journeys so publicly. Undoubtedly you are making a massive impact in our communities across the country” Amy Brady-Burns wrote.
The presentation was timed to coincide with Round 4 of the Porsche Carrera Cup Championship held this weekend and with the program being such a success, a large number of the students were keen to get to Hidden Valley Raceway to watch Warren Luff race the Morris Finance sponsored Porsche.
The N2C team left the students with the strong and important message:
Make smart decisions and live your dreams Make dumb decisions and there is No Second Chance!
The next N2C presentation will be held at Cleveland Detention Centre in Townsville on the 4th July. This visit will take place leading up to Round 5 of the Porsche Carrera Cup Championship.
To keep up to date with the No Second Chance program or to find out more head to their website n2c.com.au.