Looking to expand your networks and meet industry mentors? Want to contribute to the community and connect with Perth locals? Apply now for the Rotary Global Citizen Award!
Developed by StudyPerth and Rotary in Western Australia, the Rotary Global Citizen Award aims to engage international students in Perth in the local community, while assisting with their personal and professional development through the linking of appropriate career mentors.
Refer to the explanation below and RGCA Information for Applicants for further details. To apply, fill out the form below, before the closing date of 2 August 2019.
For more information about the Award, email email@example.com or call +61 8 6244 1640. You can also follow us on Instagram: @rotary_global_citizen
The Award is a unique opportunity to help participants develop lasting career connections and networks in Western Australia, find a community project or projects in an area of interest which fits with their study and work commitments so as to build their community involvement, increase their professional and personal development, and become a part of the Rotary global family.
Community engagement and volunteering is generally well-regarded when applying for jobs in Perth.
How it works
The Rotary Global Citizen Award is based on three modules across a period of 12 months:
- Career development
- Community service
- Cultural exchange activities.
Participants will be involved in specific activities within these modules. Participants’ study and working commitments have been taken into consideration when determining the level of involvement required. The cost to students who are accepted into the Award will be $50 per year.
Who can apply?
To be eligible for this Award, students must:
- Hold citizenship of any country except Australia and New Zealand;
- Have a full offer of admission from one of the following WA universities: Curtin University, Central Queensland University (CQU Perth), Edith Cowan University, Murdoch University, Notre Dame University or University of Western Australia; and
- Have commenced their studies and be a full-fee paying international student.
What is Rotary?
The first Rotary Club was established in Chicago in 1905 as a place where professionals with diverse backgrounds could exchange ideas and form meaningful, lifelong friendships.
In 2019, Rotary is an international network of over 1.2 million people across more than 35,000 clubs in 200 countries who work together to bring positive change to local and international communities.
Be part of this growing network!
Thank you for your interest in the Rotary Global Citizen Award. Please note that applications have now closed.