Meet the scholars: Paula McDonald
A young unemployed woman from Penilee, Glasgow – who fills her time with voluntary work to help others living in her community – Paula McDonald studied graphic design at Cardonald College. She has been unemployed since September last year and has been carrying out voluntary work on behalf of the Glasgow South West Regeneration Agency on their CRE8 project, which discourages young people from getting into gang culture.
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