13th Bursary Presentation at the heritage listed Old Museum Building on the 6th Oct

The National Council of Women of Queensland held their 13th Bursary Presentation at the heritage listed Old Museum Building on the 6th Oct.

We are delighted that NCWQ’s Patron, His Excellency, the Honourable Paul de Jersey AC CVO, Governor of Queensland was able to join us and the bursary sponsors in awarding 35 worthy bursary recipients.

We thank everyone who joined us in person and online for this year’s presentations and the tireless bursary committee who made the program possible.

We send our best wishes to all recipients as they near the end of the academic year, and for the continuation of their studies or transition to their chosen career. You will be offered membership of NCWQ and we look forward to keeping in touch, hearing about your progress and perhaps catching up at other events.

 

NCWQ Bursary Recipients Yearbook 2021

2021 Bursary Yearbook cover

 

 


About The Bursary Program

Established in 1905, the National Council of Women of Queensland Inc. (NCWQ) continues to represent the voice of thousands of women through its affiliated organisations and individual membership.

The bursary program, since its commencement in 2009, indicates the strong commitment of NCWQ to equality of opportunity for all women, especially in offering assistance to Queensland female students as they pursue their chosen pathway of study.

The 2021 program, through NCWQ and its sponsors, offered a range of bursaries, to assist Queensland women with their educational expenses. Most bursaries are valued approximately $1,000 each.

For further information about the Bursary Program, please contact Kathy Cavanagh, NCWQ Bursary Program Manager at bursaries@ncwq.org.au or send a query here.

 

 

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