A number of scholarship opportunities are available for students seeking an education at St Patrick’s Technical College.
The Smith Family Learning for Life Scholarships
St Patrick’s Technical College is proud to be associated with The Smith Family through its Learning for Life program.
The Smith Family’s Learning for Life program supports disadvantaged children and young people all the way through their education, from pre-school and primary school, to senior school and on to tertiary studies if they choose. This holistic, long term support gives young Australians the assistance they need to develop vital life skills, stay engaged in their education and have the best chance to realise their potential.
Learning for Life support is provided to disadvantaged children and young people in three main ways:
- through Learning for Life Workers, who connect them to learning opportunities in their local community and also encourage them to fully participate in their education;
- by enabling access to Smith Family literacy programs and mentoring support; and
- through financial assistance to help families afford the cost of their children’s essential education items.
Learning for Life programs support not only disadvantaged children but also their families who provide the crucial nurturing relationships and supportive learning environments that children need. Parents can access education opportunities themselves to help them develop and build their own skills and abilities.
For further details including eligibility criteria, contact The Smith Family direct on 08 8224 1400.
Central District Football Club Scholarship
The Central District Football Club Scholarship is provided by the Central District Football Club for the purpose of rewarding students attending (or wishing to attend) St Patrick’s Technical College who demonstrate outstanding commitment to representing the Club and to the College’s education and training program.
As part of the Central District Football Club Scholarship, the Club assists St Patrick’s Technical College in sourcing School-based Apprenticeship employment opportunities for scholarship recipients through publicising the scholarship to Club sponsors and supporters.
This scholarship two-thirds of the full Tuition Fee.
YourTown is a not-for-profit organisation with over 50 years experience helping disadvantaged young people find their place in life through training, counselling and other support services.
Through its various programs, YourTown has supported numbers of young people to attend St Patrick’s Technical College.
For further details including eligibility criteria, contact the YourTown Adelaide office (located at Elizabeth) on 08 8287 8000.