Aboriginal nursing and midwifery cadetships

MAKING A DIFFERENCE: Urunga's Lisa Kelly
MAKING A DIFFERENCE: Urunga's Lisa Kelly

Applications now open for the NSW Aboriginal Nursing & Midwifery Cadetship Program.

The program provides support and assistance to Aboriginal people studying an undergraduate nursing or midwifery degree at university.

Cadetships include:

- study allowance of $600 per fortnight whilst undertaking study for 40 weeks

- $500 per semester support allowance

- 12 weeks paid employment in a local public hospital or Justice Health facility

- support from an Aboriginal mentor, cadet coordinator and additional clinical support.

- ongoing employment upon successful completion of your studies and the program.ongoing employment upon successful completion of your studies and the program.

Applicants must be an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person, who is currently studying or about to study an undergraduate nursing or midwifery degree at university and a resident of NSW (or within 5km of the NSW border).

Apply now:https://www.health.nsw.gov.au/…/…/aboriginal-cadetships.aspx.

Closing date is Friday, January 25.

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