This year’s NCWQ bursary award ceremony was one to remember. Among the many special women being recognised for their achievements and talents, was Chloe Haugland.

Receiving the NCWQ Moreton Bay Regional Council bursary, Chloe was recognised for her achievements in a number of areas.

oreton Bay Regional Council has been sponsoring this bursary since 2014. Valued at $1000 the focus of the bursary is on assisting a female tertiary student from the Moreton Bay region with her tertiary studies. Contribution to the local community is expected.

To apply for this bursary, the following criteria must have addressed the following points:

  • A female resident of the Moreton Bay Regional Council area
  • Enrolled in full-time tertiary study
  • Able to demonstrate commitment to leadership in your local community
  • An Australian citizen or a Permanent Resident of Australia

NCWQ is very pleased to award this bursary to Chloe in 2018.

Chloe is currently in her first year of studying a Bachelor of Social Work and Criminology and Justice at the University of the Sunshine Coast, after excelling academically at High School. Chloe has been heavily involved with Headspace Redcliffe for a number of years, and also enjoys volunteering with a number of other groups across the Moreton Bay Region. Chloe was recently chosen as the Headspace Redcliffe representative at the recent Headspace national forum in Melbourne.

Congratulations Chloe! We are so looking forward to following your exciting ongoing journey.

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