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STEM BURSARY 2021

STEM BURSARY 2021 now open for applications.
Applications close at 12 noon Friday 30 April 2021
Application forms available via the link below.

Application Form

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                 SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING & MATHEMATICS   

Congratulations to the 2020 NCWWA STEM Bursary recipient, Shannon Calitz.

  

Shannon is in second year at Edith Cowan University studying a Bachelor of Science,

majoring in Chemistry and Biology. After completing her degree she plans to continue her

studies with a Master of Teaching. Shannon's ambition is to become a high school teacher

specialising in STEM subjects. She is keen to motivate students especially young women

to consider pathways in the fields of mathematics and science.

  

Shannon is responsible for funding her own university studies and as well as working part-time

in customer service she has initiated her own tutoring business tutoring high school mathematics

students for a very reasonable fee.  The NCWWA STEM Bursary will go towards purchasing text

books and other resources.

                                                                

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NCWWA STEM BURSARY

SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING & MATHEMATICS BURSARY

  

The Bursary is available to a female student studying a STEM course in Western Australia at 

year 12, TAFE or University level.

Applicants must be Australian Citizens and address the following criteria:

•academic excellence 

•financial need

•study in a non-traditional area for women

•how studies will benefit women, families and the wider community

  

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PADDY FIRSTENBERG MEMORIAL AWARD 2019

   

The Paddy Firstenberg applications were asked to address the selection criteria of

•demonstrated leadership ability

•service as a role model or mentor

•commitment to the empowerment of women

•how the business industry or community has benefited from the nominee's contribution

  

Pamela Govender

Congratulation to Pamela Govender the recipient of the 2019 Paddy Firstenberg Memorial Award.

Pamela was the guest speaker at the NCWWA September meeting. 

                                                  

Changes are  underway for the Paddy Firstenberg Memorial Award.

From 2020 the Award will be for Leadership, to a Western Australian Girl Guide 18-35 years of age.

Paddy was a long term and dedicated member of the Girl Guides.  

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  PRESIDENTS AWARD

 The NCWWA President's Award was first introduced in 2017.  The Award is presented to

someone. who makes a significant contribution in a variety of ways to NCWWA over the last 

twelve months. 

The 2019 NCWWA Award winner is Laurel Pearce. 

Congratulations  Laurel !

                                                         

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