N2C Presentation Update
Last Friday 29th March, N2C held their second presentation of 2019 at Southport High School on the Gold Coast, where the team delivered the youth safety awareness message to year 11 and 12 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.
The team first presented to the school in July 2013, making this their seventh consecutive visit to the renowned boy’s school where the philosophy is to nurture outstanding young men who are confident, healthy and responsible, with advanced skills in academics, creativity, and higher-order thinking.
As always N2C’s presentation was well received and here is some of the feedback from the students after the presentation:
“I couldn’t recommend this presentation any higher. All schools should have the opportunity to experience and speak to these people as it’s such a valuable presentation that everyone can relate to and definitely had an impact on my life,” Jett Bevacqua - Student at TSS
“Seeing the strength, resilience and courage of both Matt and Paul was absolutely awe inspiring,” Zackeri Joyce - Student at TSS
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 Darwin High School on Thursday 13th June, with over 500 students in attendance. This visit will take place leading up to round 4 of the Porsche Carrera Cup Championship with Warren Luff’s championship car on display.
To keep up to date with the No Second Chance program or to find out more head to their website n2c.com.au.