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Jobs of Tomorrow Scholarship Fund
Program ID: 13084
This program aims to provide scholarships for people with skills in science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) to train in these skills.

Scholarships worth $1,000 will be provided to up to 25,000 students. The scholarship is paid in two instalments as below:
- First $500 instalment will be paid once the applicants have successfully applied and the training provider confirms that they have commenced training.
- Remaining $500 will be paid when the training provider confirms that the applicants have successfully completed the qualification.

It may take up to eight weeks for the training provider to confirm the commencement and/or completion. The first 6,250 students to successfully apply in 2016 will be offered a scholarship.

Scholars may also benefit from opportunities offered by Jobs of Tomorrow industry partners while undertaking their training such as mentoring, networking and work placements.

As announced in the 2015-16 NSW Budget, the government has committed a total funding of $25 million over four years for this program.
Who Can Apply
Eligible applicants must:
- Be 15 years old or over.
- No longer be at school.
- Be living or working in NSW.
- Be an Australian or New Zealand citizen, Australian permanent resident, or Australian humanitarian visa holder.
- Have enrolled in a qualification that's eligible for a Jobs of Tomorrow Scholarship with an approved Smart and Skilled training provider.
- Commence training on or after 1 January 2016.
- Have not already received a Jobs of Tomorrow Scholarship.
Applies to
Web OverviewSeptember 2017
Fact SheetSeptember 2017
Qualifications ListSeptember 2017
Media ReleaseSeptember 2017
Use these documents as a guide only - always get the latest direct from the Administrator
Status Open
Closing Date 31 December 2019
25 months to go
Closing Information
This program is open on an ongoing basis until 31 December 2019.
Funding Type Grant
Maximum Funding $1,000
Total Funding Pool $25.0M
Requires Co-contribution? No
Competitive Yes
Location New South Wales
Information Technology and Communication (ICT)
Training / Employment
Difficulty Rating
NSW Department of Industry
Program Administrator
NSW Department of Industry
Telephone 137 788
General Website Visit website
Program Website Visit website