Jewish Holocaust Centre Wilson Family Scholarship in Memory of William Cooper
This scholarship is in honour of the Yorta Yorta man William Cooper, a human rights activist who dedicated his life to fight for Indigenous rights. In December 1938 he led a protest to the German Consulate in Melbourne condemning the treatment of Jews under Nazi rule.
|What are the benefits for you?|
Cash payment of $3 000.
All conditions must be met
You will be required to:
|Opening and closing dates|
Applications for Trimester 1 2016 open 10 March 2016 for expressions of interest and close 31 May 2016 at 4pm.
|How to apply||If you feel you meet the eligibility criteria of this scholarship and would like to apply then please email through an expression of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org. A paper application will be sent to you via email and must be returned by 31 May 2016 at 4pm.|
Upon receiving your expression of interest the scholarships office will advise you if you are required to provide supporting documentation.
The supporting documentation required includes:
Please visit the Supporting documentation page for examples of the types of documents you could provide. Late or incomplete documentation will not be accepted.
|When will I know||You will know the outcome of your application within six weeks of the closing date.|
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