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We continue to support young people in the MIA through our Scholarship Program, which aims to assist local students with their university course and/or accommodation fees.
Rebecca Condon, a fourth year student at the University of Sydney, will receive $5,000 towards her university tuition and accommodation costs under MI’s Scholarship Program. Rebecca is studying Speech Pathology and this year is undertaking work placements in health clinics throughout NSW, to gain experience in rural health issues. Media release.
Applications for the 2015 Scholarship Program will open in January 2015.
Scholarship Application Form (PDF) check list
Human Resources Manager
Phone: 02 6962 0200 or 02 6953 0100
Rebecca Condon is thrilled to receive this year’s scholarship. Rebecca is from an original farming family in the MIA, with links dating back to 1919 when her great grandfather, Thomas Condon, helped dig the irrigation channels before settling in Yenda. "This historical connection has always held a special place in my heart and is the foundation of my desire to give back to my community on the completion of my degree" .