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Posted in Seeking by dianna.kha on March 16th, 2009

Are you someone who is passionate about sustainability and committed to make our future a better place to live and work? If you have answered yes, then the Centre for Sustainability Leadership Fellowship Program can help you realise your vision!

The Fellowship Program is a seven-month program run annually by the Centre for Sustainability Leadership, a not-for-profit organisation with a unique vision for building a bridge to a more sustainable future by creating real and systematic change through sustainability leadership and innovation.

We provide a cutting edge curriculum, open doors to unparalleled networks, and give participants access to leadership experience rarely available in the early stages of a career. Weekly workshops, group project activities, a mentorship program and residential retreats are key components of this dynamic leadership development program.

We welcome people in any field to apply. Successful applicants will be joining an esteemed network, dedicated to making a difference that includes everyone from artists to engineers, lawyers to graphic designers, academics to accountants.

The Centre for Sustainability Leadership Fellowship Program is scholarship-based. The only cost to participants is a $2500 contribution cost (the full cost of us running program is approximately $15,000 per participant, funded by our generous sponsors and in-kind support). If an applicant cannot afford the $2,500 contribution cost there are a significant number of full scholarships available. No worthy applicant will miss out due to genuinely not being able to pay.

To apply or find out more, visit or email info@ In addition, The Centre for Sustainability Leadership will be hosting the following information sessions:

Sydney: 12th March, 6:30- 7:30pm, Location: Sydney CBD. Check website for details.

Melbourne: 18th March, 6:30- 7:30pm, Location: EPA offices, HWT Tower, Ground Floor, 40 City Road, Southbank Victoria

Applications are NOW open and close March 30.

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