Applications close Friday, 20 July 2012
A donation was made by a participant in the Foundation’s Annual Charity Golf Day in May 2011 to fund a scholarship for a Chisholm Institute student experiencing financial difficulty in returning to vocational studies in Semester 2 in 2011. It was requested that the recipient be a mum returning to study in order to return to the workforce. The scholarship is available across all campuses of Chisholm Institute.
The donor has again funded this scholarship in 2012.
Applications made on the Caroline Chisholm Education Foundation Killen Scholarship Application Form, available below or via email from the Executive Officer of the Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org will be accepted from existing or prospective female students who meet several of the following requirements:
Individual or family adversity
Dislocation as a refugee
Economic barriers to further study
and must be a:
Mum returning to study in order to return to the workforce
Existing or prospective female student undertaking studies at Chisholm Institute
Applicants must be an Australian citizen, permanent resident, hold a permanent humanitarian visa or with the exception of degrees, be eligible for a government subsidised place.
Holders of a Low Income Card are encouraged to apply.
NOTE: It is strongly advised that applicants indicate clearly on the Application Form any disadvantages to further study, which may include current or lifetime experiences.
CCEF Killen Guidelines 2012.doc
CCEF Killen App Form 2012.doc