Environmental scholarships support those who live, work or volunteer in Hume to create positive environmental change, by providing financial assistance towards environmental education.
Courses that will be funded include conservation, land management courses, or environment and sustainability courses. The scholarship can fund up to 80 per cent of course fees, to a maximum of $1500 per applicant.
Who can apply?
Applicants must live, work or volunteer in Hume. The scholarship is available year round, or until all scholarship money has been allocated.
The aim of the scholarship is to support residents to create positive environmental change, by providing financial assistance towards environmental education.
What is included in the funding?
Items that will be funded include fees for short courses, courses delivered by a Registered Training Organisation or Learn Local, short courses delivered by reputable organisations or conference registration fees.
Things that will not be funded include Tertiary degrees and TAFE courses, travel or accommodation costs, books and materials such as computer equipment or course material.
How to apply?
For information on eligibility and application details, read the Guidelines and Application form. For further queries, call Council's Sustainability Engagement Officer Liz Turner on 9205 2845.