Are you a Youth Opportunities Personal Leadership Graduate looking for help to reach your full potential? Our scholarships program is aimed at helping graduates of the Personal Leadership Program, through assistance towards study goals and future career plans.
Graduates who demonstrate continued effort, and progression toward achieving their goals, can apply for a scholarship of up to $1,500. Scholarships are awarded in three categories; financial aid, career guidance and academic tutoring.
Since its inception in 2017, supporters of Youth Opportunities have made it possible to award $452,892 worth of scholarships to 186 young people across 25 regional and metropolitan schools.
The scholarships round is currently closed.
Are you a keen design student, wanting to advance your skills, but need help purchasing new design software? Or a VET student, wanting to purchase tools to help complete your course?
The Study Tools Scholarship awards students with up to $1,500 to purchase tools to advance their studies.
Know what you want to do in life, but not sure how to get there? Through Youth Opportunities Career Mentorship, you will connect with industry leaders, with up to $1,500 worth of mentoring and work experience opportunities. available.
Looking to do an extracurricular course to advance, or support, your study? Apply for an Academic Scholarship! You will receive up to $1,500 towards the tuition costs to attend a course of your choosing. Dream big and apply now!
Are you a Personal Leadership Program graduate about to start university? Youth Opportunities has partnered with The Adam Scott Foundation to award one deserving graduate a fully-funded scholarship to attend university!
The recipient can choose to study any undergraduate course at any South Australian university, and will receive full financial support for the duration of their course. Hello no HECS debt!
Founded in 2017, Youth Opportunities scholarships program aims to help past Personal Leadership Program graduates reach their full potential by providing financial scholarships of up to $1,500 to further study goals and support future career plans.
Scholarships are awarded in three areas: financial assistance, mentoring and coaching and academic assistance to students who can demonstrate a passion and commitment to achieving their goals.
The scholarship committee is responsible for the management and administration of the Youth Opportunities scholarships program. Made up of business and philanthropy leaders, the committee reviews all students applications and awards scholarships based on merit.
You can ensure that young people have the practical tools to thrive and achieve in their studies. By becoming a scholarship donor, you can help change the future for young people in South Australia.
Click here to find out more about becoming a scholarship donor.
Support young people, and ensure they have the practical tools to thrive and achieve in their studies. Becoming a scholarship donor can help change the future for young people in South Australia.
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