University scholarships on offer thanks to Graduate Women Central West Branch

Sue Brown, Georgie Fisher, Cara Kemp and Graduate Women Central West Branch President Jenni Fagan. Photo supplied.

Sue Brown, Georgie Fisher, Cara Kemp and Graduate Women Central West Branch President Jenni Fagan. Photo supplied.

Applications are now open for the Graduate Women Central West Branch's HSC Scholarships.

There are now two scholarships available, each valued at $2000, for female students who have attended Cowra High, St Raphael's or Canowindra High School and are intending to further their studies at a university.

One scholarship is funded by the Central West Committee and the other is funded by the Cowra Services Club's Grants program.

Both scholarships will be awarded to a highly motivated, female student who best satisfies the criteria.

This will include her school and community involvement, long-term goals, and challenges she might have had to overcome.

The ATAR is just one of the criteria.

The two scholarships provide financial assistance to ease the burden of starting tertiary studies.

Last year's recipients of the Cowra-Canowindra HSC Scholarships were Cara Kemp and Georgie Fisher.

The Central West Branch HSC sub-committee is eager to receive your application.

One student has already submitted her application.

The closing date is January 21, 2022.

Interviews will take place after applications close.

Submit your CV and required documents as directed by your school Career's Adviser or email your request to gwcwhsc@gmail.com

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