APPLICATIONS OPEN 7 MARCH 2022
The Foundation, in partnership with Chief Executive Women (CEW) is offering up to three scholarships to Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) for rising and mid-career woman leaders of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander heritage.
Applicants are requested to select a course, delivered either face-to-face or online, offered by Harvard Kennedy School. You must meet the eligibility requirements and demonstrate why you have chosen the course and how it will benefit you in your current and future roles.
Inclusions and obligations:
Instructions for applying
To apply, you must first register and satisfy the eligibility criteria then you will be directed to complete an online application. The application process will require you to provide nominate your course and provide an explanation of why you are the ideal candidate for this course.
Who Should Apply
We are looking for middle and senior women managers across not-for-profit, government and corporate sectors.
To be eligible to apply, you must meet the minimum selection criteria:
For more information, contact Scholarships. To check your eligibility and apply for the scholarship, please visit the CEW website.
APPLICATIONS OPEN: 7 March 2022
APPLICATIONS CLOSE: 26 April 2022
Jointly funded by:
Roberta Sykes Chief Executive Women 2020 Scholarship Recipients
Left to right: Dr Michelle Dickson, Dr Leanne Holt and Kristy Masella.
In partnership with Chief Executive Women, the Roberta Sykes Indigenous Education Foundation is excited to announce the 2020 Scholarship recipients who will attend executive education programs at Harvard Kennedy School, Boston.
Congratulations to Dr Michelle Dickson, Dr Leanne Holt and Kristy Masella on this great achievement. Dr Dickson and Dr Holt will be attending the Women in Power: Leadership in a New World program and Kristy, the Leadership for the 21st Century: Chaos, Conflict and Courage program.
We look forward to following your journeys as you continue to depend your expertise and strengthen your experience.
Read more about how these three inspiring women aim to improve the lives of Indigenous people across Australia here.