Churchill Fellowships to give the NFP sector an advantage

Leaders in the not-for-profit sector can apply for a global learning fellowship to develop new networks and observe leading practices.

Community Sector Banking and the Churchill Trust Partnership partnered to offer two Churchill Fellowship 2019 to the Australian social sector. The long term aim of the two Fellowships is to prepare and strengthen Australian NFPs for future success.

CEO of Community Sector Banking, Andrew Cairns, said the knowledge gained from this opportunity will put Australia at an advantage for preparing for the future.

“The successful recipients of these two new Churchill Fellowships will be able to travel overseas and tap into the best practice by experiencing first-hand how overseas not-for-profits operate and address similar challenges.”

The first of the Fellowships will support a development of leadership skills and develop culture programs so future challenges can be met. The second is open for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to explore positive interactions and outcomes amid Indigenous people and communities within the social sector.

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