Improve your performance - apply for a Scholarship!

AIM WA has offered an annual Scholarship program for over 25 years. The program provides an excellent mechanism for the Institute to support the broader community and continue to work towards its vision of shaping management, leadership and organisational excellence in Australia and our region.

AIM WA recognises the work of not-for-profit (NFP) organisations and aspiring professionals in the community, wishing to embark on professional development.

The Scholarships provide funding for training for organisations and individuals that can be used for the participation on a selection of Open Programs offered by the Institute*. Across two categories the Scholarships are a unique opportunity to "train up", whether you're looking for a qualification or to up-skill in a specific field, the extensive suite of Open Programs has something for everyone!

Applications and Enquiries

Applications for the 2019 Scholarships have now been awarded. 

  • 2020 Scholarships are now open
  • Closing date: December 11, 2019

Please contact Jemma Williams for more information on 08 9383 8092.

Congratulations to all the 2019 Scholarship winners!

Ben Scott Young Professional Award

Skye Groenveld, Youth Activities Coordinator, Rise Network

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Award

Melanie Howard, Project Officer, Aurora Education Foundation

Wayne Ryder, Aboriginal Community Worker, Palmerston Association

Organisational

  • Access Housing
  • Australian Breasftfeeding Association
  • Cahoots
  • Centacare Employment and Training
  • Edge Employment Solutions
  • Foodbank of Western Australia
  • Good Samaritan Industries
  • Holyoake
  • Identity WA
  • Inclusion Solutions
  • Inclusion WA
  • Injury Matters
  • Juniper
  • Multiple Sclerosis Society of WA
  • Palmerston Association
  • Perth Children's Hospital Foundation
  • Perth Netball Association
  • PlusLife
  • Roleystone Gumnut Playgroup
  • Senses Australia
  • Sports Challenge Australia
  • St Vincent de Paul Society WA
  • Swancare Group
  • Telethon Speech and Hearing
  • The Smith Family
  • The Wilderness Society WA
  • Therapy Focus
  • Volunteering WA
  • West Australian Symphony Orchestra
  • Wheatbelt Health Network
  • Wirrpanda Foundation
  • Youth Involvement Council

 

 

Identity WA
Angela Bamford,
Training Officer

Foodbank WA
David Warren,
Human Resources Manager

Wirrpanda Foundation
Kate Bobridge,
Executive Leader - People
and Capability

Aboriginal and Torres
Strait Islander

Wayne Ryder,
Aboriginal Community Worker,
Palmerston Association

 

Testimonials from Past Winners

“The AIM WA Scholarship Program for not for profit organisations is a wonderful initiative, making first class training available to those who may not be able to benefit otherwise. Our team look forward to selecting programs which will benefit them personally as well as the Foundation, so we can help transform the health care of WA’s sick children and young people so they can live their healthiest and happiest lives.” 

Carrick Robinson
Chief Executive Officer
Perth Children’s Hospital Foundation

 

“The Smith Family has been a recipient of the AIM Scholarship for the past 10 years. The scholarship has enabled us to provide high quality training for team members to help develop their skills.

In this time we have been able to train up our Work, Health, and Safety representatives; support staff to develop their leadership and communications skills; build knowledge around setting and managing budgets; and training up new managers.

Coming into leadership a number of years ago I was fortunate enough to be the recipient of a Scholarship which enabled me to do The New Manager course. The skills I learnt and was able to put into practise were invaluable to me.

We can’t thank AIM WA enough for their on-going generosity and support of the Not for Profit Sector through these scholarships.”

Anita Bowyer
Regional Programs Manager, WA
The Smith Family




Terms and Conditions apply to Scholarship use.