OCC Fellowship Grant Program
The OCC Fellowship Grant Program supports Old Collegians who are planning to undertake a not-for-profit venture that aligns with OCC values and promotes the empowerment of women, female leadership, education or social entrepreneurship.
The program includes financial support to assist the recipients in their endeavours. Examples of suitable ventures that might benefit from the Fellowship Grant include undertaking a research project, developing a business case for a social enterprise, providing outreach activities, adapting existing program offerings/approach, and more.
Fellowship Grant Value
A maximum of three grants will be awarded each calendar year, each for an amount up to $3,000.
May – June: Applications Open
July: Selection Process
August: Outcomes Notified
Successful Past Applicants
||Steph Cousins (2000) for the venture: “Empowering refugee women to find safer futures through international employment.”
||Nicole Bishop (Butcher 1996) for the venture: Evaluation of the effectiveness of a not-for-profit training program aimed at improving the lives of widows in Northern India.
||N’Deane Helajzen (1994) for the venture: Marking 25 Years since the Srebrenica Genocide: To see, to know, to remember – An online exhibition to combat Historical Revision and Genocide Denial.
||Alana Schetzer (2000) for the venture: ‘Get Lippy’. A social enterprise selling limited edition lipsticks to raise awareness and funds for organisations that work to prevent violence against women.
To learn more, click on the below links. Applications for the 2020 Old Collegians' Club Fellowship Grant Program are now closed but you can sign up here
to be updated directly with information about the program in the future.