The Gary Sansom Scholarship is designed specifically to support the AgriFutures™ Chicken Meat Program industry priorities.
Established in honour of former AgriFutures™ Chicken Meat Advisory Panel Chair and Australian Chicken Meat Federation President, Gary Sansom, the scholarship aims to uncover future chicken meat industry leaders, providing funding and support to make their mark on the industry.
The Gary Sansom Scholarship is named in honour of the late Gary Sansom. Mr Sansom was a long-standing supporter of programs encouraging new people in to the chicken meat industry and championed several communication and training initiatives vital to the industry.
The scholarship will support Mr Sansom’s vision for the industry – to ensure it is valued and respected by all sectors and the Australian community. It aims to develop leadership in the research community.
For queries about the guidelines, deadlines, or questions in the form, please contact Georgie Townsend on 0438 495 325 during business hours or email email@example.com and quote your application number.
Applications for the 2019 Gary Sansom Scholarship close on 31 March 2020.
IMPORTANT: Please read information below to assist you in completing your application online.
You may begin anywhere in this application form. Please ensure you save as you go.
On every screen (page of the form) you will find a Form Navigation contents box, this links directly to every page of the application. Click the link to jump directly to the page you want.
You can also click 'next page' or 'previous page' on the top or bottom of each page to move forward or backward through the application.
If you wish to leave a partially completed application, press 'save and close' and log out. When you log back in and click on the 'My Submissions' link at the top of the screen, you will find a list of any applications you have started or submitted. You can reopen your draft application and start where you left off.
You can also download any application, whether draft or completed, as a PDF. Click on the 'Download PDF' button located at the bottom of the last page of the application form.
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Once you have submitted your application, no further editing or uploading of support materials is possible.
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If you do not receive a confirmation of submission email then you should presume that your submission has NOT been submitted.
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You may need to upload/submit attachments to support your application. This is very simple, but requires you to have the documents saved on your computer, or on a storage device.
You need to allow enough time for each file to upload before trying to attach another file. Files can be up to 25MB each; however, we do recommend trying to keep files to a maximum of 5MB – the larger the file, the longer the upload time.
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