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Information session for Churchill Fellowships

Event Date: 
23 February 2016
Time: 
06:00pm
Venue: 
Alexander Lecture Theatre
The University of Western Australia
Nedlands

A Churchill Fellowship is a unique and extraordinary opportunity to connect and collaborate with global
experts and like-minded peers.
Each year, more than 100 talented Australian’s travel to the far edges of the globe in search of
intellectual and creative possibilities on a Churchill Fellowship.
The Churchill Trust invites passionate and enthusiastic people to attend an information session at 6pm at
the Alexander Lecture Theatre, University of WA, Tuesday, February 23, to discuss project ideas and find
out how they can write the application that has the best chance of succeeding.
The Information Sessions are part of the Churchill Trust’s National Roadshow, which is a chance to hear
from a cross-section of inspiring Fellows who will share their Fellowship experiences, impart insights on
their fascinating projects and motivate people with stories about what they achieved since returning to
Australia.
The Churchill Fellowships were established after the death of Sir Winston Churchill, to honour his memory
and his wish to offer ordinary people the chance to contribute to Australian society.
Fellowships are available for every occupation, field, research area and interest imaginable – from
agriculture, to performance art, to education or STEM – all it takes is the spark of an idea to start this
journey.
To mark their 50th Anniversary year, the 2016 application round is opening on 28 February, the anniversary
of Churchill Memorial Sunday, the greatest single-day doorknock appeals in Australian history.

Organiser: 
Churchill Fellows Association WA
secretary@churchillfellows.org.au
www.churchilltrust.com.au
Keren 0438 996 649
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