Catapult’s purpose is to unleash brilliance for a flourishing Aotearoa. That’s why we’ve offering scholarships for the not for profit sector on the Sustainability Leadership Programme we run in partnership with SBC.
Applications for scholarships on the 2022 Sustainability Leadership Programme are now open and close 25 February 2022.
The scholarship covers programme tuition. Scholarship recipients need to pay for their own transport to Wellington if from outside of Wellington.
Links to an application form and application instructions can be found at the bottom of this page. Most of the questions you may have will be answered in these documents. If you still have questions, please contact Philippa Nicholson.
Applicants for the Sustainability Leadership Scholarships should meet the following criteria:
- Currently employed full time for a not-for-profit organisation
- Role has decision-making and influencing power
- Role has significant scope to influence sustainability (social, environmental, or economic)
- Have identified a specific sustainability challenge impacting the organisation and which will be the focus of application of the programme
- Demonstrated passion and commitment to creating positive sustainability change
- Existing awareness of sustainability (including Sustainable Development Goals, issues impacting Aotearoa)
In previous years, Catapult has awarded four scholarships a year for places on our residential leadership programme Catapult Leadership.
Here’s who we have awarded scholarships to in the past.
In 2016, we chose…
CE, Volunteering New Zealand
CE, ChangeMakers Refugee Forum
Belinda van Eyndhoven
Manager Projects, Sustainable Business Council
Operations Manager Lower Hutt, Kaibosh Food Rescue