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Retraining Grant Applications

The Auckland Graduate Women Retraining Grant Applications

Auckland Graduate Women is offering a new grant. The Retraining Grant offers financial assistance, minimum $1000, for women who require retraining to gain employment in New Zealand. Applicants must hold a tertiary qualification, be New Zealand Citizens or Permanent Residents and enrolled or intending to enrol in a retraining programme in the Auckland Region.

These grants are suited for mature women and recent migrants living in the Auckland area needing to retrain in order to practise their profession in New Zealand. Closing date for applications is the 16 January 2006. Successful applicants will be notified by the end of January in order to be ready to begin Semester One courses.

All application forms for the Retraining Grant can be found on the Auckland Graduate Women website: www.auckgradwomen.org.nz

If you require further information please contact Retraining Grant Coordinator (09) 298 7259.

This grant is funded and administered by the Auckland Graduate Women (New Zealand Federation of Graduate Women, Auckland Branch, Inc)

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