The Kate Mullin Scholarship Fund
The KMA has recently established The KMA Scholarship Fund to raise funds and administer The Kate Mullin Scholarship Program which will assist Aboriginal people from remote communities (e.g. Aboriginal Education Workers) to study to become teachers, and then return to work in schools in their communities. This will strengthen local capacity in relation to teaching Aboriginal literacy, bringing in teachers who will be there for the longer term, adding much-needed bi-lingual capabilities, and providing strong role models for Aboriginal youth. This will also help address the fundamental problem Aboriginal schools have in finding and keeping teachers.
In 2019 we will offer up to 4 scholarships to suitable students who will be enrolled in teacher training at Edith Cowan University. We wish to support an initial intake of up to 4 students in teacher training with scholarship funding of $5,000 per student per year. The financial support will assist students with travel to and from Perth, accommodation and living expenses and other study requirements.
If you wish to donate to the Scholarship Fund, please click here. All donations to the Scholarship Fund are tax-deductible and upon receipt of funds you will be emailed a tax receipt.