Catapult’s purpose is to unleash brilliance for a flourishing Aotearoa. That’s why we’ve offering a limited number of scholarships for the not for profit sector on the Sustainability Leadership Programme we run in partnership with SBC.
We are now taking applications for scholarships for the 2024 Sustainability Leadership Programme. Applications close 23 February 2024.
The scholarship covers programme tuition. Scholarship recipients need to pay for their own transport and accommodation if travelling from outside of Wellington.
- Review the Sustainability Leadership Programme website page and brochure and check if the programme is suitable for you. It does not teach technical aspects of sustainability.
- Download the application form and ‘save as’ your full name.
- Complete and save the Application Form.
- Email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm 23 February.
We will inform all applicants by 14 March 2023. Please hold the programme dates in your diary.
Applicants for the Sustainability Leadership Programme Scholarships should meet the following criteria:
- Currently employed full-time for a not-for-profit organisation focused on sustainability (social, environmental, or economic).
- Role has decision-making and influencing power.
- Role has significant scope to influence sustainability.
- 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.
If you are offered a scholarship, you must complete the SLP registration form by 18 March 2024.
Past Catapult Scholarship Recipients
Claire Achmad – Barnados
Frances Arns – Rainbow Youth
Ani Brunet – Garden to Table Trust
Eleanor Cater – Community Foundation NZ
Alison Cadman – Dwell Housing Trust
Stephanie Clare – Age Concern
Leanna Dawson – Space NZ Trust
Belinda van Eyndhoven – Sustainable Business Council
Laurie-Ann Foon – Sustainable Business Network
Jen Gibson – Kaibosh Food Rescue
Camden Howitt – Sustainable Coastlines Charitable Trust
Amy Hughes – Wellington Zoo
Lena Kovav – WasteMINZ
Toni Kereama – Pare Kore
Tayyaba Khan – Change Makers Refugee Forum
Gail Marshall – Community Comms Collective
Scott Millar – Volunteering NZ
Marsha Mohaghegh – She Sharp
Genevieve Mora – Voices of Hope
Manisha Morar – Indian Cultural Association
James Nikitine – Blue Cradle
Nada Piatek – Sustainability Trust
James Ryan – NZ Farm Environment Trust
Tupe Solomon-Tanoa’i – Micheal and Suzanne Borrin Foundation
Ta’asa Vaoga – Aviva
Helen Taylor – World Vision
Helga Wientjes – Volunteering NZ, Cancer Society NZ
Megan Williams – Tourism Industry Aotearoa