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ISSUE # 7 | AUGUST 2008 PUGGY HUNTER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME The Puggy Hunter Memorial Scholarship Scheme is funded by the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing, and administered by the Royal College of Nursing, Australia (RCNA). Scholarships will be available for the start of the 2009 academic year and are worth up to $7,500 per year for part time study and up $15,000 per year for full time study. Applications are now available to download from the RCNA website at www.rcna.org.au/site/puggyscholar.php Scholarships will be available for students who wish to study in 2009 at undergraduate level in the areas of: Aboriginal Health Worker; Allied Health (excluding pharmacy); Dentistry/Oral Health; Health Service Management; Health Promotion/Education; Medicine; Mental Health; Midwifery and Nursing Applicants must identify as, and be able to prove, their Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander status. Selection will be based on criteria including demonstrated interest and experience in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, leadership qualities and fi nancial need. This selection is not based on academic achievement. Applications extended to 22 August 2008. Further information is available by contacting RCNA on 1800 688 628 or email at email@example.com CDU SEMESTER 2 SCHOLARSHIP NOTIFICATION SEMESTER 2 SCHOLARSHIP APPLICANTS WILL BE NOTIFIED BY MAIL BY 31 AUGUST 2008. WOODSIDE energise your career Opportunities at Woodside for Indigenous Australians Woodside is Australias leading upstream oil and gas company with a 50-year history backed by one of the worlds premier LNG developments, the A$20 billion North West Shelf Venture. Woodside has a portfolio of assets, projects, development opportunities and exploration interests in 12 countries spanning vie continents. Our position in the global LNG market is growing with our exciting portfolio of Australian LNG opportunities, including our Pluto project. Woodside is a participant of the National Indigenous Cadetship Program and is looking for students who are studying disciplines in engineering, chemistry, geology, information technology, fi nance, economics, accounting, law and humanities. A student who is interested in applying for a cadetship with Woodside can either register with NICP at www.nicp.dewr.gov.au or send a copy of your resume and other details to Kylie Solonec email firstname.lastname@example.org For more information about Woodside Indigenous Staff Development telephone 08 9348 4449 or email email@example.com or visit our website www.woodsidehiringnow.com.au SCHOLARSHIPS AND CADETSHIPS 4