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Australian Schools Rugby News : October 2010
scholarship program “The macquarie Bank Foreign exchange and macquarie Sports scholarship program has been excellent in enabling me to pursue rugby as a profession whilst also providing the framework and a range of support to study alongside this. Opportunities to work in both the Bank and with macquarie Sports on flexible basis has given me experience that I would otherwise have not been able to achieve whilst playing rugby.” dean Mumm – former Australian Schools player and current Wallaby “The macquarie Scholarship is a unique and versatile program that allows for endeavors such as sport, study and work to be interrelated to help pursue particular goals individuals aspire towards. The program not only provides continual support for those involved but opens up new doors beyond the ‘playing field’, opportunities you can never have imagined. Coming from a small rural community the program has allowed me to adapt to the city environment, ensuring that everything is okay whatever the situation may be. Highlights personally involve working within Indigenous communities in the Top end, outlaying sporting programs to facilitate kids’ dreams. The scholarship through its flexible nature opens opportunities to gain experience’s that will last a life time.” jason ryan not only has worked in the program since school, but has now progressed with matthew Hayden’s organisation to run a sustainable agriculture program for Tiwi College while living on melville Island. Jason ryan – former State Schools cricket and rugby player “macquarie has provided me an in- sight into the banking world, while gaining the opportunity to compete at an international level.” pat Mccutcheon – former Australian Schools player and captain Australian Sevens ALSO MACQUARIE BANK OFFERS OPPORTUNITIES FOR FEMALE ATHLETES: As most women’s sports are not professional in status, the majority of elite female athletes compete at a national or international level as well as studying or working full time to support themselves. The macquarie Sports Young Women’s Professional development Scholarships give elite young sportswomen the opportunity to equip themselves with the networks and resources necessary to make a smooth transition from the sporting arena to the workplace. The scholarship provides financial support, workplace training, career and sporting mentoring, work experience and casual employment. http://www.macquarie.com/au/about_ macquarie/sports/clinics/scholarship.htm n Certainly anyone who made the Australian Schools rugby team in 2010 should consider this exciting opportunity. There will be two scholarships offered in 2011 and applications can be made by contacting Mr Guy Reynolds via e-mail Guy.Reynolds@macquarie.com and give an indication of expected UAI band. 12 Jason Ryan (below), working within indigenous communities in the Top end Matt Burke: the scholarship offers opportunities for all cultures in the guidance along the journey of their careers