Bill van Dijk Postgraduate Education Award
Applications are open for the Bill van Dijk Postgraduate Education award.
Deadline for applicants: Friday, June 21st, 2019
Interviews: Saturday, July 13th, 2019
 
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(From left) Steve Peers; Director (Membership), Bruce Clough; Treasurer, David Letheby; Immediate Past President & Director (Public Relations),
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Invitation is open to current members of the Rotary Club of Alice Springs, Stuart and Mbantua Club members, Honorary and former RCAS club members and their partners.

Bill Van Dijk

Post Graduate Education Award

In recognition of the late Bill van Dijk’s

Contribution to the field of education in Central Australia, the Rotary Club of Alice Springs has established the Bill van Dijk Post-Graduate Education Award.

 

The Rotary Club of Alice Springs invites Centralians  

Completing post graduate studies to apply.

The applicants' field of study must be relevant to the Central Australia region.

The value is a one off payment to the value of $3000.

 

Written applications close 21 June  2019

Applicants must be available for an interview Saturday 13 July 2019

 

For further information on selection criteria

Email; education@alicespringsrotary.org

Visit, also, our Bill van Dijk Postgraduate Education Award page

Mail to: Rotary Club of Alice Springs, PO Box 87, Alice Springs NT 0871

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