This scholarship will cover the completion of two micro-subjects from the Graduate certificate in Community Leadership and Resilience, Building Community Resilience and Leading Change
This scholarship is a commitment by AlburyCity to drive capacity, leadership and growth in the region by supporting residents, particularly those involved in the community, to broaden their knowledge and skillsets.
This scholarship will cover the completion of two micro-subjects from the Graduate certificate in Community Leadership and Resilience
Each subject will run over an 8-week session and will require 35-40 hours in time commitment, as a guide. So you would have approximately 35-40 hours of work in each subject.
Must reside in the Albury LGA (Local Government Area) and provide supporting documentation i.e. utility bill
Applicants will also be asked to provide examples of their local community involvement.
Time to dedicate to undertake the study required to complete the micro subjects allocated (need to confirm the average number of study hours required per subject)
Scholarship payment will be made directly to the School off the course fees
On completion of these two micro-subjects, students may wish to apply to complete the full course, and, if deemed eligible*, would receive credit for the two completed subjects (four credit points toward the 32 points required for the full graduate certificate)
*For admission to the Graduate Certificate in Community Leadership and Resilience, applicants must hold an undergraduate degree (bachelor degree or equivalent) from a recognised Australian tertiary institution (or equivalent), or have five or more years relevant work experience. Relevant work experience could include (but is not limited to):