TEN years ago, school mates Keilan Marshall and Brendan Legg simultaneously secured casual jobs washing dishes and serving food at SwanCare in Bentley. Both 16, the boys quickly grew fond of the job, interacting with aged care residents while earning some pocket money. The pair enjoyed their jobs so much, they kept their roles despite both securing fulltime work in recent years. Sadly, with the demands of their careers increasing, the pair have decided it’s now time to concentrate solely on their professional roles. Mr Marshall said his SwanCare job had provided much more than an extra pay check. “I really enjoy the interactions with the residents and giving back,” he said. Mr Legg said his SwanCare role had been important in his career development.
Keilan Marshall and Brendan Legg.