Applying for the Donald Groom Fellowship
The Donald Groom Fellowship, usually of one year's duration, is awarded to encourage and support training and experience in non-violent social change, with particular emphasis on fostering links within the Asian and Pacific regions.
The Fellowship can provide funds for a basic stipend for travel and any other expenses, normally up to a maximum of $12,000. Applicants should be Australian based, workin on local or Asia-Pacific projects.
A written report at the completion of the project will be submitted to the Donald Groom Fellowship Committee before being forwarded to the Australian Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers).
Applications should include:
- Personal background and relevant achievements.
- Aims and scope of project and a time line.
- The names of three referees.
- Whether or not the applicant has Quaker background.
Applications for a Fellowship to start in January 2012 must be received before 30 October 2011 by:
Convenor Donald Groom Fellowship Committee
29 Grey Street East
Email the Donald Groom committee
or make your application online.