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ACU Executive Education announces NFP scholarship


11 April 2013 at 10:36 am
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A new scholarship for students in the Australian Catholic University Graduate Certificate in Management of Not-for-Profit Organisations is on offer.

Staff Reporter | 11 April 2013 at 10:36 am


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ACU Executive Education announces NFP scholarship
11 April 2013 at 10:36 am

A new scholarship for students in the Australian Catholic University Graduate Certificate in Management of Not-for-Profit Organisations is on offer.

ACU Executive Education announced that the scholarship is for one unit of the course, valued at $2,755.

It will be launched at ACU’s free Fundraising Masterclass which will be held on May 1 in Sydney and led by fundraising expert, Sean Triner.

Scholarship entrants will be asked to look into their crystal balls and submit 250 words on the future of the NFP sector in Australia.

ACU Executive Education says that the winner will be awarded based on his or her understanding of the challenges and trends within the sector as well as how compelling and imaginative their response is.

Entrants have the choice to participate in any one of the following units as part of the scholarship: Human Resources, Money Management, Governance and Marketing Management.

The best three finalists will also be published on ACU Executive’s blog http://redefining-business.com

For more information contact Lauren Hamilton-Thompson on (02) 97392491 or lauren.hamiltonthompson@acu.edu.au 



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