Bernard and Wendy Marin Family Support for Indigenous Student Scholarship

Benefits

Total average value up to $3000

  • $3000 one-off payment

Number offered

  • Three scholarships are available.

Selection

  • Applicants will be automatically assessed when they submit an application for the relevant placement program through the Faculty of Arts.
  • In instances where there are two or more suitable candidates, an interview may also be conducted by ACJC.
  • Priority may be offered for students undertaking a Holocaust and Genocide Studies or Jewish Studies Minor.
  • Preference will be given to students who can articulate how the internship will enhance thier professional or academic development.
  • Consideration is given to academic achievement in previous tertiary studies.

Eligibility

All conditions must be met

  • Indigenous Australian background.
  • Enrolled full-time in the Bachelor of Arts and in the second or third year ATS3129 Arts Internship Unit.
  • Undertaking placement in Australia or overseas; or
  • Enrolled in one of the following International Study Tour units offered by the Australian Centre for Jewish Civilisation
    • ATS3314/APG4314 Seeking Justice: South Africa and Rwanda
    • ATS3284/ATS4286 Final Journey: Remembering the Holocaust
    • ATS3287/ATS4287/APG4287 War and Peace: Models of Conflict Resolution

Application and other information

  • Cannot be deferred.
  • The recipient will be asked to provide a written progress report on the benefits of this scholarship to the donor and the ACJC website at the conclusion of the unit, accompanied by a photograph.
  • Applicants will be automatically assessed when the submit an application for the relevant study program through the Faculty of Arts.