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Ryan Witcombe

ryan_gradpicRyan Witcombe completed his Graduate Diploma in Journalism in 2008, and then undertook an internship with the Melbourne-based not for profit organisation  Pro Bono Australia. He is now employed full-time in that role. Pro Bono Australia is a small organisation, so Ryan’s role ranges from researching and writing stories to layout and design, admin tasks and figuring out why the printer isn’t working. Prior to enrolling in his Graduate Diploma, Ryan started an impressive travel blog which documented his overseas adventures in Nepal and Ghana. The site has been visited by over 334,000 people.

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