April 22, 2021
South Burnett women have been invited to look over the criteria for a string of $1000 bursaries being offered by the National Council of Women in Queensland.
The different criteria required for each are explained on the NCWQ website
There are many bursaries to choose from.
Some are aimed at students, and some at older women returning to the workforce …
Of special interest to local residents could be:
- The South Burnett Mayor Bursary which is open only to female residents of the South Burnett Regional Council area. This is sponsored by the South Burnett Regional Council.
- The David Little Littleproud MP Bursary which is open only to female residents of the Maranoa Federal electorate.
- The Office For Women (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) Bursary to assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander female students studying a tertiary course.
Applications for the bursaries opened on April 12 and will close on June 2.
Applications must be completed online.
- External link: The 2021 NCWQ Bursary Program
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The 2020 South Burnett Mayor Bursary winner was former Kingaroy State High School student Breanna Taylor.
Breanna was studying at the University of Southern Queensland towards a Bachelor of Education (Primary) degree.
Maranoa winner was Georgia Wylie, from Dulacca, who was beginning her first year of tertiary studies.