WHO WE ARE
Sam was smart and quick witted, a lovable larrikin, a fearless little footballer and a natural musician. Sam had immeasurable potential that he never got to live out. He was a great mate to those lucky enough to know him, but he tragically passed away in 2006.
Sam left an impression in his 18 short years, and it has been decided the best way to honour this, is to help other young people in the Tumut community to reach their potential through the Songs for Sam Scholarship.
The Songs for Sam mission is to organise not-for-profit events which celebrate the life of much loved community member of the Tumut region, Sam Roddy.
These events aspire to promote the importance of inclusion and support for young people facing the issues of growing up in a small community.
Money raised will benefit the future of the community by encouraging and empowering local people to follow their dreams.
We ultimately want to assist individuals in regional areas to realise their potential, creatively, socially, emotionally and physically through the creation of the Songs for Sam Scholarship Initiative.
2019 SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS ARE NOW OPEN
SPONSORS & SUPPORTERS
We proudly thank our generous sponsors and supporters, including the individual community members who have generously donated. Without your gracious support, Songs for Sam would not be possible.
SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION PROCESS
Applications for 2019 have now opened. Applications will close at Midnight on Wednesday 20th November 2019.
Tell us about your special interest. It can be any activity or pursuit that you are enthusiastic about. Please share some insight into your special interest, passion or hobby, by carefully answering the questions below. Be mindful to remain within the word limits and submit your application on time.
Describe what your special interest is, and explain why you are enthusiastic about it? (150 Words)
Describe how you currently participate in this interest? (150 Words)
Outline some specific goals of what you would aim to achieve if your application was successful? (150 Words)
Outline how you would spend the scholarship money? Provide a detailed budget with estimated costs and time frames. (No word limit)
How could you share your specific interest with, and contribute back to the community? (150 Words)
Please attach copy of written reference. (Please note: Must not be a relative. Preferably by a person involved in your field of interest)
Instructions for Scholarship Application:
Copy and paste above questions into a new document.
Answer questions within in word limits.
Ensure you have all your correct contact details on this document including residential address, contact phone number and email.
Save document as PDF
Seek out a person to write you a written reference. This referee must provide contact details in their written reference. The written reference must be saved as a PDF. A hand written reference that has been scanned is also acceptable.
Email email@example.com with two attached PDF documents. One will be your answers to the questions, the other will be your reference.