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Scholarships and Flights Available for NFP Managers


24 March 2011 at 2:32 pm
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The Australian Scholarship Foundation is offering 5 full scholarships for NFP managers to attend the Not for Profit Sector Management Development Program.

Staff Reporter | 24 March 2011 at 2:32 pm


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Scholarships and Flights Available for NFP Managers
24 March 2011 at 2:32 pm

The Australian Scholarship Foundation is offering 5 full scholarships to the Not for Profit Sector Management Development Program.

The scholarships to the Not for Profit Sector Management Development Program are each worth $1800, and are funded in full by the Origin Foundation.

The program is run by UTS and Trust Company Limited and is especially designed for managers of Not for Profit organisations.

Amy Lyden, CEO of the ASF, says the program is designed to help NFP managers meet the unique challenges they face.

Lyden says the Program will enable participants to learn and refresh with a range of management techniques and skills with they can use in their NFP.

She says participants will have the opportunity to acquire hands-on knowledge in the areas of grant making, fundraising, advocacy, social media marketing and more.

The Not for Profit Sector Management Development Program is to be held in Sydney on 13-15 April 2011. Scholarships for airfares are available for those living outside of Sydney who want to attend.

Applications are now open, and close on 31st March 2011. Click here for more information – For more information click here.

Visit the Australian Scholarships Foundation website here – www.scholarships.org.au



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