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CALD2LEAD Board Diversity Scholarship

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Application Deadline :30 June 2022
About Opportunity

We’re very excited to announce a new 2022 part-scholarship opportunity, presented in partnership with CALD2LEAD.

Founded in 2019, CALD2LEAD works with Culturally And Linguistically Diverse (CALD) communities, to help emerging leaders access high-calibre professional development through scholarship programs.

Together with CALD2LEAD, we’re pleased to call for applications for a part-scholarship to undertake our acclaimed Diploma of Governance.

The Diploma of Governance is a nationally recognised course, now offered entirely online. Students receive first-class governance training specifically tailored for the not-for-profit sector. You can learn more about the Diploma of Governance

Eligibility Requirements

It also requires good working knowledge of the ethical and legal considerations that governance entails, so we added “not-for-profit governance” to our suite of information sheets, tools and training. The response was overwhelming. We were delighted to witness such an overwhelming willingness for education and reform among the already overworked volunteers and staff who were serving on and working with community boards across the country. The development of the Institute of Community Directors Australia reflects the maturity that we now see in area of not-for-profit sector governance. Modern community directors are more educated, more professional, more sophisticated than they ever have been – and we believe they should be acknowledged and rewarded and connected with one another. The Institute for Community Directors Australia is designed to do just that.


One part-scholarship, providing a $3,700 discount on the regular cost of enrolling in the Diploma of Governance in partnership with CALD2LEAD for women leaders of culturally and linguistically diverse communities and encourages applications from emerging and resettled Afghan, Burmese, South Sudanese and Syrian communities.

Application Procedure

  • Pay a reduced $800 contribution towards the cost of these studies
  • Participate in a marketing campaign, led by CALD2LEAD, relating to their experiences studying this course

Official Website: CALD2LEAD Board Diversity Scholarship

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