Jack Cranstoun Scholarship
Jack Cranstoun, a much-loved member of the Dispute Resolution Branch, lost his life suddenly in October 2014.
In 2015, they introduced a scholarship in Jack’s memory. This scholarship gives 3 young Queenslanders between 21 and 30 the opportunity to be trained in mediation and assessed for National Mediator Accreditation. It is awarded annually to a person from each of the following categories:
- regional Queensland
The scholarship provides training in 2 courses:
- Mediation level 1 – Introduction to mediation skills
- Mediation level 2 – Development of mediation skills and accreditation assessment.
Applications for the 2017 Jack Cranstoun Scholarship are now open.
The scholarship is for young Queenslanders with the following attributes:
- Excellent communication skills
- Experience working as a volunteer with a community service or charity
- An undergraduate degree (or nearing completion) in arts, law, counselling, peace and conflict studies, business or similar
- An enthusiastic lifelong learner
- Good character that can be verified by 2 referees.
To apply for the 2017 scholarship, please provide:
- a two page response to the attributes listed above with specific examples of your experience
- a one-page reference letter from each referee
- a one-page resume.
You do not need to provide evidence of your qualifications when applying. If you are successful in being shortlisted, we will invite you to a panel interview at the Dispute Resolution Branch.
Please email applications to email@example.com by 4pm, 27 February 2017.
For more information (source) see >>> Jack Cranstoun Scholarship