NGS Super provides a variety of scholarships and awards, offering opportunities for members to engage with study, research and professional development opportunities.
MAKE YOUR MARK IN THE EDUCATION SECTOR
Are you passionate about making a real difference to your personal and professional development?
Do you have an idea or a dream that could contribute to the education sector? NGS Super’s Dedicated to the Dedicated Awards provides you with the opportunity for you to make your dream happen.
We are giving away six $5,000 scholarships, available to NGS Super members working in management, teaching or support staff positions.
You could be off to embark on a professional development project, course or study tour in Australia or overseas. Simply outline the course, project or study tour you’d like to do and tell us how you think this will contribute to the education sector.
Emerging Leader Award
Nominations for 2018 Emerging Leader Award have now closed.
Instil is committed to the education and professional development of young professionals working in the mutual sector. The Emerging Leader Tertiary / Vocational Education Scholarship Awards continue a proud tradition of recognising emerging leaders within the mutual sector at a national level over the past thirteen years.
Sponsored by NGS Super and offered in partnership with Instil, the Emerging Leader awards provide a unique opportunity for the successful nominees to each win a scholarship valued at $6,000 to assist with the cost of undertaking vocational or tertiary qualification education. Winners also receive free entry to the Emerging Leaders’ Conference at the annual Customer Owned Banking Convention – Melbourne 2018.
Congratulations to our two winners of the NGS Super 2018 Tertiary Scholarship – Brent Alexander from Beyond Bank and Jamie Easther from Bank of Heritage Isle. The level of competition was again high in 2018, and we would like to also acknowledge all nominees for the quality of their applications.
NGS Super Scholarship Awards
Recognising those making a difference in the education sector