Aspiring behavioural scientist aims to empower communities

Behavioural scientist Maddie chose to study at Notre Dame’s Fremantle Campus due to the emphasis on each person as an individual. Maddie says her Notre Dame education has taught her lifelong learning that will enrich her future career.

“I want to help communities, groups and individuals that are left on the outer of conversations and allow them to become empowered,says Notre Dame Arts graduate Maddie.

All of the knowledge that I have gained is going to impact whatever I do. This way of thinking and interacting we are taught doesn’t just disappear when you graduate.

Maddie hopes to work within the well-being sector, in which behavioural science is largely founded within and help others through education.

"I want to take the knowledge Notre Dame has gifted me with and use it to engage with communities, groups and individuals that are left on the outer of conversations and enable them to become more empowered. Knowledge and education are the primary ways of achieving that.”

Find out more about Notre Dame's Bachelor of Behavioural Science.

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