2023 Sumitomo Metal Mining Oceania supported Scholarships awarded

CMOC-Northparkes Mines (Northparkes) are excited to announce the successful recipients of the 2023 Sumitomo Metal Mining Oceania (SMMO) supported Scholarship. The purpose of the Scholarship Program is to encourage and promote careers in the mining industry. Congratulations to our three recipients Elsa Cusack, Holly MacGregor and Jorja Mann.

SMMO Managing Director Mr Jiro Uesugi, said “SMMO expresses its appreciation and ongoing commitment to the community in the form of scholarships. Congratulations to Elsa, Holly, Joria. We are delighted to be able to award scholarships to such worthy applicants. We sincerely hope that you will be successful in your future endeavors in a wide range of fields”.

Elsa is studying a Bachelor of Mining Engineering (Honours) at the University of Wollongong, Holly is studying Medical Radiation Science Diagnostic Radiography at Charles Sturt University and Jorja is studying a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy at the University of Newcastle.
Elsa, Holly and Jorja will each receive a one-off payment of $3,000 to support them during their studies. The SMMO Scholarship program is administered by Northparkes, with which SMMO is a joint venture partner.

Northparkes Managing Director Jianjun Tian said, “Congratulations to Elsa, Holly and Jorja – we are pleased to welcome you to the Northparkes team. I want to take this occasion to wish you the best with your studies.”

About CMOC-Northparkes Mines
Northparkes is a copper and gold mine located 27 kilometres north-west of Parkes, in the Central West of New South Wales, Australia. Since 1993 Northparkes has been celebrated for our high-quality copper deposits, low cost operations and loyal, committed people. Northparkes is a joint venture between China Molybdenum Co., Ltd (CMOC) (80%) and the Sumitomo Groups (20%).

Media Enquiries
Laura Mansell
Community and External Relations Advisor
CMOC-Northparkes Mines
6861 3556

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