Pinnacle Foundation Scholarships for 2022

 Pinnacle Foundation Scholarships for 2022
Pinnacle Foundation Scholarships for 2022

The pinnacle foundation is offering scholarships opportunities to young LGBTIQ+ Australians to realize their full potential and overcome challenges arising from their identity. The scholarship allows Undergraduate level program(s) in the field of All Subjects taught.  Applications for 2022 are now open until 15 Sept 2021.

Degree Type:

Undergraduate.

Subjects:

  • All Subjects

The Pinnacle Foundation Scholarships for Value:

The Pinnacle Foundation Scholarships for 2022 is valued at $7,000

Eligible Nationalities:

Young LGBTIQ+ Australians

Eligibility Criteria:

To be eligible for consideration for a Pinnacle Foundation Scholarship, you must meet every one of the following eligibility criteria:

  • Australian citizen or permanent resident (proof required during application stage)
  • At least 18 years of age and younger than 27 years of age on 20 January in each year for which the scholarship is sought
  • Have achieved good or reasonable scholastic results given your circumstances
  • Will be undertaking fulltime studies
  • Identify as a member of the LGBTIQ+ community
The Pinnacle Foundation Scholarships for 2022

SELECTION

Eligible applicants will be assessed for a Scholarship by the Selection Committee and State/Territory Committees based on the following selection criteria:

Have faced, and attempted to overcome, challenges because of your identity and/or sexual orientation and/or sexual characteristics

Have personal or social circumstances which may hinder the completion of your education. Personal and social circumstances may include whether you are first in the family to attend a tertiary institution, identify as being from Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent, are from a non-English speaking background, have been in foster care, have been homeless, or were raised or live(d) in a regional, rural or remote area of Australia


Can demonstrate sufficient motivation to complete a course or the remaining years of a course (as the case may be) of full-time study and demonstrate an understanding of the rigors of academic life

Are clear about where your studies may take your career; and

Are proud to be a part of a diverse Australian community, including with respect to gender identity, sexual orientation, and sexual characteristics.

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