Rural Leadership Program Scholarship

09 January 2023

Tasmanian Dairy Trust Empowers Rural Leaders With Annual Scholarship!

The Tasmanian Dairy Trust is excited to offer an annual scholarship for one person from the Tasmanian Dairy Industry to attend the Marcus Oldham Rural Leadership Course

The Tasmanian Dairy Trust Scholarship covers the course fee and associated travel costs. The MORLP program is open to leaders and emerging leaders from across rural Australia.

Applicants are accepted based on their:

• Potential to contribute as a leader in their community and industry

• Demonstrate a desire to develop their leadership skills, self-confidence and personal effectiveness

• Capacity to contribute to our diverse national industry, sector and role representation criteria

Quote from previous scholarship recipient Kate - “Participation in the program was a profound experience for me, and I really appreciated the opportunity to attend. I enjoyed the interaction with other participants and learnt a lot about myself as a leader.”

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The Tasmanian Dairy Trust is now asking for expressions of interest from anyone working in the Tasmanian Dairy Industry who is seeking an opportunity to develop their leadership skills and make a more effective contribution to your communities and the dairy industry.

Please provide an expression of interest detailing who you are, your role in the industry and why you want to participate (400 words).

Course Dates:

Sunday 14th May to Friday 19th May 2023
at Marcus Oldham College, Geelong, Victoria.

Email your EOI to by Fri 14th January 2023

For more information contact: Cheryl (Trust Chairman) on 0467 532 401

Andrew (TasHerd Pty Ltd) 0417 334 472

More details of the course can be found at

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