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Scholarships for Young Women and Girls

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Layne Beachley Reach for the Stars scholarship applications close on 24 November 2016.

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WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO APPLY?layne-beachly

  • Females, 12 years of age and above at 31/01/2017
  • Girls and young women who are long-term  Australian residents
  • Females who have initiative and passion and are committed to achieving a dream in their field of choice

Scholarships are awarded in the fields:

  • Arts, Music & Entertainment
    Whether you enjoy the creative or the technical side of Arts, Music or Entertainment, we would like to hear about your passion in this field of pursuit and how you think your vision and talent could be assisted by the Layne Beachley Foundation. Example:Shaelee Rooke, Theatre Production

  • Business, Leadership & Community
    In a competitive environment, developing business and taking on a leadership role requires commitment and determination. The Foundation is keen to support emerging women in business where financial support and mentoring could make an enormous difference to the project and to its surrounding community. Example: Maddison O’ Gradey-Lee, Young Leader.

  • Science, Technology & Innovation
    The Foundation would like to encourage women back into Science, to support Technology and to inspire girls and women to see their potential and to drive Innovation. Example: Arielle Tickner-Smith, Environmental Science

  • Environment & Sustainability
    One of the most important challenges of our Century. The Foundation supports endeavours to create awareness, to educate, inspire, and walk the talk in their community to create grass roots up solutions. Example: Parrys Raines, Climate Girl

  • Sport
    Sport is one of The Foundations original cornerstones and continues to attract a wide range of girls and women from Running, Cricket, Gymnastics, Motor-Racing to Hockey, Rowing and BMX Racing. Example:
    Caroline Buchanan, BMX

Author: Bev Johnson

I went to uni because my girlfriend was going to uni. I had no idea. I struggled through my degree. I struggled to avoid teaching. I struggled to find my way in the world beyond school. After washing cars and working in bars I went into marketing and then became an English teacher. It didn't stop there. I went into TAFE, then into HR, then into designing training programs for industry before going into system design and IT. At one stage I became a world expert on collaboration frameworks!! Now I am an expert in career paths from school in Western Australia. You can tap into my expertise by subscribing to my newsletter for West Australian high schools or by working with me online as we design your perfect next step. Contact me at Bev.J@infocus-careers.com.au or M: 0434056412

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