The NZPWG are now accepting applications for the 2014 NZPWG Scholarship. The NZPWG have up to $10,000 to award to a potential successful applicant(s). Please note the closing date of 1st April 2014. Please see below for more details:
Provide opportunities for women professional golfers
to compete in New Zealand,
Fundraise for New Zealand women's charities
women to increase their physical activity and engage socially by playing golf
over their lifetime
NZPWG trustees are delighted to
announce the NZPWG inaugural Scholarship:
of the NZPWG Scholarship:
The aim of the NZPWG Scholarship
is to assist any woman golfer in their bid to better themselves as a
professional golfer. This may include
but not be limited to the following:
To help a golfer (already professional or
amateur) to attend a professional qualifying school to help kick start their career
To help a professional golfer to play on a
professional golf tour
To help a professional golfer to improve their
To help further a professional golf career
the Scholarship will operate:
2013 will be the inaugural year
of the NZPWG Scholarship and will be offered annually thereafter (as long as
the NZPWG remains in existence).
amount of funds available each year to the successful applicant may vary.
full amount of funds will be announced when the winner of the scholarship is
is no guarantee that the scholarship will be awarded each year. The applicants need to be considered to be of
a high enough standard by the NZPWG Scholarship Committee or NZPWG Board in
order for the scholarship to be awarded.
complete the application process and return all referee letters, your
application and supporting information to reach the NZPWG by 5pm 1st
April 2014 to: NZPWG Scholarship Committee, PO Box 251021, Pakuranga, Auckland
2140 or via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
may be short listed and required to meet for an interview with the NZPWG Scholarship
Committee (this may be via Skype or face to face).
NZPWG Scholarship Committee will announce the winner of the current year’s
scholarship within 6 weeks from the date of application closure.
successful applicant will agree to any publicity that the NZPWG will require of
them as part of the conditions involved in accepting the scholarship funds.
funds must be used within 11months of the scholarship being awarded and
feedback must be provided within a month of the use by date (ie within 12months
of scholarship having been awarded) and/or any un-used funds returned to NZPWG.
must include receipts and or invoices of all used funds as well as copies of
bank statements detailing the ingoing and outgoing funds.
female at birth or gender reassigned as per Olympic Committee guidelines.
a New Zealand Citizen and will agree to represent “New Zealand” overseas.
must have supported previous NZPWG events where possible/practicable.
over 16 years of age at the time of the application.
provide two written letters
of support from two referees such
as your support team, colleague(s), or mentor(s) or anyone that knows you and
your goals intimately and can attest to the value that this scholarship would
have to your future career.
that both your referees answer the following questions:
How does your referee know you?
What qualities does your referee see in you to
make you a worthwhile recipient of the NZPWG scholarship?
What makes you a stand out applicant for this
How will this scholarship make the applicant a
better professional women golfer?
personally answer the following
questions in a cover letter or separate answer sheet.
How will this scholarship impact your career
How much money is required to achieve your
short/medium term project? Please list
all funding sources and the minimum amount you need from the NZPWG Scholarship in
order for the project to go ahead.
How will you make your project in which the
scholarship will be used, financially self sustaining for the future?
provide your personal:
Current Periodised Annual Performance Plan and/or
IPP (Individual Performance Plan)
Four year or Long Term Performance Plan – or
long term Business Plan or Coaching Career Plan
Career /dream goal(s).
goals not covered by (a), (b), or (c)
Current Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and
Threats (SWOT) analysis and current performance statistics.
Any other supporting information that might be
PO Box 251021,
Pakuranga, Auckland 2140
or via email to: email@example.com