PHCC have four scholarships available for funded tickets to enable community members to attend the Australian Association for Environmental Education (AAEE) 2021 Conference in Mandurah from 28th to 30th September. Inspired by moving local examples, resilience theory, and Mandurah’s relaxed waterside lifestyle, Mandjoogoordap: Changing Tides aims to showcase innovative, practical and effective tools to help us “change the tides” of environmental and sustainability education.
Applications for the scholarships close on Monday 23rd August 2021. The scholarship categories are:
- 1 x place for a community volunteer or educator whose work relates to numbats
1 x place for a community volunteer or educator whose work relates to wetlands of the Peel-Harvey Catchment
- 1 x place for a school teacher currently teaching at a school within the Peel-Harvey catchment area
- 1 x place for a tertiary education student who lives and/ or studies in the Peel-Harvey catchment area
In order to qualify for a PHCC scholarship you must:
1) Live and/ or work in the Peel-Harvey Catchment area
2) Complete the PHCC Scholarship Form located here: https://aaeeconference.org.au/scholarships/
The scholarships are supported by the PHCC through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program.