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Department of Defence Science and Technology
The Department of Defence Science and Technology (DST) Group are advertising their 2016 Indigenous Scholarships.
DST is the Australian Government's lead agency dedicated to providing science and technology support for the country's Defence and security needs. DST is Australia's largest publicly-funded science agency after the CSIRO.
The DST Indigenous Scholarships will provide undergraduate students studying relevant science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields wi...th sustained support and exposure to an environment pertinent to their tertiary studies. Successful DST Indigenous scholars will have access to high class education and training capabilities focused in priority areas for Defence capability development.
Applications close Friday 3 June 2016. For further information visit:
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2015 APS Indigenous Pathways Graduation Event
86 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees from agencies across the Australian Public Service were recognised for successfully completing the APS Indigenous Pathways Program at a graduation ceremony held in Canberra on Tuesday 15 March 2016.
Celebrating the success of the 2015 participants in the APS Indigenous Graduate, Cadet and Traineeship programs were senior public servants and representatives from a large range of APS agencies, as well as family members and friends of those being recognised for their achievements.
The Australian Public Service Commissioner, The Hon. John Lloyd PSM, was joined by the Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Senator the Hon. Nigel Scullion. Both shared candid reflections on their careers, as well as valuable advice to the graduating cohort for progressing their careers.
Attendees were also fortunate to hear past graduate Peter Likidis share some of his experiences since joining the APS in 2009. The Australian Public Service Commission's Indigenous Employment Team extends a thank you to employing agencies and to all of those who have guided and supported the employees throughout their respective program. A special thanks also goes to former graduates Sarah Burr and Nick Williams who did a very professional job as MCs for the event.
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