40 NCWQ bursaries on offer for female students
30 Apr 2020
The National Council of Women of Queensland Inc. (NCWQ) has just launched its 2020 program of 40 bursaries for female students.
Can you answer YES to any of these questions?
- Do you live in Logan, Moreton Bay, Maranoa, South Burnett, regional or rural Queensland?
- Do you want to become a teacher? Or are you already studying in the fields of Special education or Early Childhood?
- Does a family member have cancer?
- Are you an Indigenous student?
- Are you keen to work in aged care?
- Are you studying journalism, a physical science, medicine, law, justice, international relations, urban design or a STEM course?
- Do you have a disability or mental illness?
- Do you have a passion for volunteering?
- Are you returning to work/study after a break?
- Are you enrolled in a PhD course which will lead to a direct benefit to women?
- Do you identify with the LGBTIQ community?
- Are you increasing your skills in leadership and governance preparing you for board membership or are you able to demonstrate outstanding leadership qualities?
If you answered YES to any of these questions, you may be eligible to apply for one of the bursaries from $1,000.
These are just some of the bursaries on offer. Check out the specific bursary criteria which range from a Year 12 student, to TAFE, bachelor degree, to PhD levels.
Applications close 1 June 2020.