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Applications to 2022 Port Stephens Mayoral Academic Scholarships program now open | Port Stephens Examiner

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Residents of Port Stephens studying at university or TAFE this year are invited to apply for a quota of $40,000 as part of the Port Stephens Mayoral Academic Scholarship Program. Twenty scholarships of $2,000 each are available to students undertaking undergraduate study in 2022 to help cover the cost of study-related expenses such as the purchase of textbooks, equipment, or student housing. Newly re-elected Mayor Ryan Palmer said the scholarship program, which is funded through the support of 16 companies and organizations, has provided financial support to more than 150 students since it began more than a decade ago. “Whether it’s paying for textbooks, buying a laptop or helping with living costs – we know these scholarships go a long way toward helping students pursue their passion and achieve their goals through further education,” said Ker Palmer. “If you are a Port Stephens resident and starting university or TAFE this year, I encourage you to apply for a scholarship and give yourself a head start in your academic career.” These scholarships would not be possible without the generous support of local businesses, so I would like to thank all of the wonderful sponsors – many of whom have been with us since the beginning – for recognizing the value of investing in this program despite the current challenges companies face with COVID-19. Scholarship program sponsors include: Ampcontrol, Business Port Stephens, Club Lemon Tree, Destination Port Stephens, Hunter Land, Hunter Readymixed Concrete, McDonald Jones Homes, MOJO Homes, Newcastle Airport, Raymond Terrace Bowling Club, Salamander Bay Recycling, Soldiers Point Bowling Club, SUEZ Recycling & Recovery, The Wests Group, Tomago Aluminum, Weathertex Applications for Mayoral Academic Scholarships for 2022 closes on Monday, January 31. For more information and application go to portsstephens.nsw.gov.au Our journalists work Hard to bring fresh local news to the community.This is how you can access our trusted content:

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Residents of Port Stephens studying at university or TAFE this year are invited to apply for a quota of $40,000 as part of the Port Stephens Mayoral Academic Scholarship Program.

Twenty scholarships of $2,000 each are available to students undertaking undergraduate study in 2022 to help cover the cost of study-related expenses such as the purchase of textbooks, equipment, or student housing.

Newly re-elected Mayor Ryan Palmer said the scholarship program, which is funded through the support of 16 companies and organizations, has provided financial support to more than 150 students since it began more than a decade ago.

“Whether it’s paying for textbooks, buying a laptop or helping with living costs – we know these scholarships go a long way toward helping students pursue their passion and achieve their goals through further education,” said Ker Palmer.

“If you are a Port Stephens resident and starting university or TAFE this year, I encourage you to apply for a scholarship and give yourself a head start in your academic life.

“These scholarships would not be possible without the generous support of local businesses, so I would like to thank all the wonderful sponsors – many of whom have been with us since the beginning – for recognizing the value of investing in this program despite the challenges companies face with COVID-19.”

Scholarship program sponsors include: Ampcontrol, Business Port Stephens, Club Lemon Tree, Destination Port Stephens, Hunter Land, Hunter Readymixed Concrete, McDonald Jones Homes, MOJO Homes, Newcastle Airport, Raymond Terrace Bowling Club , Salamander Bay Recycling, Soldiers Point Bowling Club, SUEZ Recycling & Recovery, The Wests Group, Tomago Aluminum and Weathertex.

Applications for the Mayoral 2022 Academic Scholarships close on Monday, January 31.

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