Fellows will be:
- Early career (by self assessment) Indigenous staff in academic, policy, clinical or research roles in Higher Education institutions, government, health delivery and community sectors
- Located anywhere in Australia
- Passionate, innovative and ethical in working to improve Indigenous health outcomes
- Motivated to develop as leaders in their local context
- Able to wholeheartedly commit to an extensive program and attend all modules.
Dates and commitment for Fellows
This is a comprehensive program and will demand a substantial time commitment for Fellows. Please ensure you are available for all aspects of the program and the necessary travel to Melbourne and that you have the support of your workplace to attend.
Program, accommodation and travel costs will be provided by the Poche Centre.
Workshops and events:
- March 28, 29, 30 & 31;
- June 27, 28 & 29;
- November 15 & 16, Narrm Oration (evening of 16th)
Mentoring: meetings as agreed with mentors, minimum monthly.
Applicants should provide an informal CV and Biography (maximum 2 pages) that describes relevant personal background information, your educational attainments, your current role, ways in which you currently lead and influence, evidence of your commitment to improving Indigenous health outcomes, the anticipated benefits of the program for you and your organisation, and how the program will support your future trajectory, ambitions and aspirations.
Program places are limited and the selection process will also give consideration to group composition, including gender balance, a diversity of roles and geographical locations and sector spread.
To learn more or apply as a Fellow, please email Jenn Johnston at email@example.com . When submitting your application, please include:
- A reflection on ways in which you currently lead and influence
- How the program would benefit you and your organisation; and
- How the program might support your future trajectory and ambitions.
Closing date: Monday 27 February, 2017