To help close the gap and end the disparity in employment outcomes for our young people it is crucial that we provide real support to them, in their educational endeavours.

The Nipper Tabagee Scholarship recognises the contribution of Malaga, a senior and respected man who worked tirelessly during his life to encourage Aboriginal people to work together to achieve justice on land issues.

He was an inspiration to many young people and the scholarship was established in his honour to provide assistance to Aboriginal students who are disadvantaged through financial or personal hardship, to encourage them to persevere and achieve their goals.

The scholarship is open to Indigenous students in high school and university or further education and training and can cover the cost of fees or resources.

Establishing the scholarship fund was an important initiative for KRED Enterprises, not only because it aligns with our vision and values but also because we believe that advancing the education of our young people will be prove to be one of our greatest investments.

Scholarship Round 4, 2017

  • Open – 1st October
  • Closes – 31st December
  • Assess/Approval – January

If you are interested in applying for a scholarship please email Kaupa on kaupa@kred.org.au