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The Gold Coast Titans Deadly Futures program was held earlier in the year, assisting high school students in their journey with identity, culture and career aspirations. 

The Deadly Futures program has been held annually since 2017, with Year 10 students being given the opportunity to learn all about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture, identity and mental health. 

Preston Campbell led the workshops, with students being able to lean on him for advice, mentoring and questions. 

Coombabah State High School teacher Chris Williams said that Deadly Futures students were lucky to learn from Preston. 

“He has built a foundation that gives back to the community, so the kids are so lucky to have his time,” Williams said. 

“That’s just the person he is, he is very giving of his time,” he said. 

School student Kaytlin McMahon said she would recommend the program to other students in Year 10.  

“The program was very uplifting and gave me a purpose,” McMahon said. 

“I now understand that I am not alone.

“(Participating) will be the best thing you ever do,” she said. 

You can find out more about Deadly Futures, here