2014 Zonta Club of Brisbane Breakfast

Bursary for An Indigenous or Rural/Remote Location Female Student

The Zonta Club of Brisbane Breakfast is pleased to offer a bursary for an Indigenous or Rural/Remote woman who wishes to obtain a diploma in community services, childcare, disability care, youth work youth justice or similar field.

The bursary will be offered annually and is valued at $1,500.  Nominees must female and either Indigenous or from a Rural/Remote location.

Selection will primarily be based on a written nomination. The selection panel will also conduct interviews with short-listed nominees in person or by phone. The selection panel will include representatives from Charlton Brown and the Zonta Club of Brisbane Breakfast.

All information and documentation supplied by the nominee will be treated confidentially and in accordance with the Charlton Brown Privacy Policy.

 

Section 2: Selection Criteria

Please write a few paragraphs in the application below addressing the criteria below and attach it to your nomination form. Maximum of 500 words. Recommended length of 300 words. 

Criteria:

Weighting

Career aspirations:Detail your career aspirations.

20%

Community involvementDetail your involvement in the local community including programs, events and other activities.

20%

Financial and personal circumstancesPlease detail any financial or personal circumstances that impact on your ability to study (eg. Do you work a number of part-time jobs to support yourself).

40%

Other achievements:Please attach evidence of other achievements you have obtained (eg. academic, leadership, sporting)

20%