Grants, competitions and cadetships…

Black CockatooWe would like to share some opportunities that you, your students and your networks may be interested in pursuing.

The Guringai Festival Writing Competition, The Harbour to Hawkesbury Australians for Reconciliation, sponsored by Willoughby City Council, is once again calling for students to participate in the Guringai Festival Writing Competition 2015. See Guringai Writing Competition for more details.

The national NAIDOC Theme for 2015 is ‘We all Stand on Sacred Ground: Learn, Respect and Celebrate‘. In recognition of NAIDOC Day grants are available to support activities relating to this important event. See NAIDOC Grants 2015 for further information.

In its 6th year, the Schools Reconciliation Challenge is the NSW Reconciliation Council’s annual art competition for young people in NSW in Years 5 to 9. The Challenge aims to use art as a vehicle to engage students in the reconciliation process and to foster respectful relationships between schools and local Aboriginal communities. See Reconciliation artwork for more details.

The Aboriginal Cadetship and Scholarship program are offering scholarships for Midwifery cadetships. See Aboriginal Cadetship and Scholarship Program – Nursing & Midwifery for more details.

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