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Indigenous cadetship support (ICS)

 

Overview

The Indigenous cadetship program aims to improve the job prospects of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. The program is funded by the Australian Government and gives financial help to employers who offer work placements and ongoing employment to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander tertiary students.

The program links full-time students undertaking their first undergraduate degree with employers who can give them work placements and ongoing employment once they finish their studies. Cadetship employers:

The program provides employers up to $7,050 per semester to support cadets with a living allowance and study-related costs and to offset employer administration costs.

Application details: Please refer to the information page (link below)

Contacts

Ph: 1802 102

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Last updated: 10 August 2015
 
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