Partnering for future leaders
AIM joins Brisbane City Council for multiculturism awards
AIM continues to support managerial development through its participation in The Lord Mayor's Multicultural Business Scholarship Program.
The program aims to develop recipients' business management and entrepreneurial skills to enable them to participate in business activities. Since its inception, the program has delivered 95 scholarship placements from certificate to degree level qualifications.
In 2012, 17 students won a scholarship award to further their tertiary study and professional training at one of the program's partner institutes.
AIM CEO Vivienne Anthon FAIM said that supporting such a scholarship program aligned with AIM's Profession Serving pillar.
"This program assists in meeting our core mission of supporting managerial development at all levels. The process brings us into contact with talented members of the wonderfully diverse multicultural community who make such a contribution to the City of Brisbane and of course other regions," Ms Anthon said.
"We are also delighted to offer a scholarship alongside QUT Business School, Southbank Institute of Technology and Career Employment Australia. We are all different yet vital parts of the bigger picture of building and sustaining productive businesses.
"I am also delighted that the inaugural AIM scholarship winner James Buultjens elected to become a member of AIM. He is now part of our broader management community and able to take advantage of the many benefits membership brings, particularly mentoring and individual professional development advice," Ms Anthon said.
Lord Mayor's Multicultural Business Scholarships applicants must be:
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