Roz Norman was an outstanding activist, branch official and Councillor of the NSWNMA and ANMF. In honour of her outstanding contributions, the Roz Norman Scholarship was created to further humanitarian, social or community causes.
The scholarship covers fees for an approved course promoting activism and the development of campaigning skills or public advocacy, including ongoing financial support for reasonable costs associated with campaigning for a period of one year, up to a maximum of $5,000.If you are not sure of the eligibility of a course for this scholarship, please contact the Scholarship Administrator.
Members of the New South Wales Nurses and Midwives’ Association who are branch officials or highly active members that can demonstrate leadership qualities.
Applications open 1 July and close 30 September each year.
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Please ensure you have read and understood the Roz Norman Scholarship Rules prior to applying as these will advise you on all the information and documentation you will require to submit a complete application online.The Online Application is found at the end of the Roz Norman Scholarship Rules.
For further enquiries, contact NSWNMA Email: email@example.comMetro: (02) 8595 1234 • Rural: 1300 367 962
Public Interest Advocacy: Southern Cross University (Gold Coast)www.scu.edu.au/study-at-scu/units/law10160/
Community Organising Fellowship: The Change Agencywww.thechangeagency.org/community-organising-fellowship/apply/
Fellowship: Australian Progressfellowship.australianprogress.org.au/#fellows
Leadership, Organizing and Action: Leading Change Harvard University (online)online-learning.harvard.edu/course/leadership-organizing-and-action-leading-change
Organising training: AFL-CIO (United States)aflcio.org/about/programs/organizing-instituteCollaborative Leadership Short Course: Groupwork Centrehttps://groupwork.com.au/courses/collaborative-leadership-course/
Facilitation Training Short Course: Groupwork Centrehttps://groupwork.com.au/courses/facilitation-training-course/Groupwork Centrehttps://groupwork.com.au/coursesCommon Cause Fundamentals: Common Cause Australiahttp://www.commoncause.com.au/common-cause-fundamentals.htmlThe list above are suggestions only and the scholarship is not limited solely to the above courses, however they will give you some idea of the type of course that this scholarship is aiming to support. If you are not sure of the eligibility of a course for this scholarship, please contact the Scholarship Administrator.
You'll automatically become a member of the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation