Rural Youth Bursary
To provide young people (18-30) working in rural areas within South Australia the opportunity to pursue further study, undertake a study tour or to develop a special project, which will ultimately benefit the rural community.
The Rural Youth Bursary (The Bursary) is open to applicants employed in any rural capacity and not restricted to primary production.
The Bursary is made possible by funding from Primary Industries and Regions SA and offers a $5000 grant to the successful recipient. PIRSA is committed to growing primary industries and driving regional development.
The Bursary is open to all young South Australians (18-30) working in rural areas who wish to pursue further study, undertake a study tour or to develop a special project, in their chosen career. Applicants must submit their own applications.
Selection will be based upon the applicant’s abilities, achievements and motivation to succeed in their chosen career.
The recipient will need to demonstrate competency in their study, career and interpersonal skills and will be expected to work within his/her chosen career while holding The Bursary. They will also need to demonstrate how this will benefit their rural community.
A written application by the applicant must be submitted prior to the deadline.
Finalists will then be selected and interviewed by the selection panel.
Applications now closing 9am Monday, September 27th.
To submit written applications or for more information please contact:
Ag Bureau Administrator
555 The Parade, Magill SA 5072
(08) 8249 7581
We thank Primary Industries and Regions SA for their ongoing support of the Agricultural Bureau of SA's Spirit of Excellence in Agriculture Awards night and the Rural Youth Bursary.
Congratulations Matthew Maunder
2019 Grace Sampson
2018 Luke Ramsay
2017 Kayla Starkey
2016 Matthew Howell
2015 Rachel Chirgwin
2014 Alexandra Thomas
2013 Chloe Shaw
2012 Alex Milner-Smyth
2011 Penny Schulz
2010 Chris Stacey
2009 Abbey McKenna