Melbourne school kids Terrell Wellington and Brayden Close will enjoy the experience of a lifetime when they head up north for the 2016 NRL All Stars Youth Summit.
The boys will represent Storm at the event that will be held in the build up to the Harvey Norman NRL All Stars match at Suncorp Stadium on February 13.
Terrell and Brayden will get the chance to rub shoulders with the likes of Greg Inglis and Johnathan Thurston in what will be an unforgettable week.
Terrell said he is “looking forward to meeting new kids his age and learning more about leadership and culture”.
Former Storm player and current Player Welfare and Education manager Peter Robinson believed the program was a great chance for kids to experience something unique in the game of rugby league.
“This is a wonderful opportunity for both Terrell and Brayden to attend the camp and learn some life skills in a culturally safe environment,” Robinson said.
“They will get to hear from some fantastic guest speakers and also meet the All Star players”
The youth summit is a part of the NRL’s School to Work program, aimed at further helping indigenous students transition into the workplace or further their studies.