The MiScholarship program is open nationally to all MIGAS apprentices and trainees and aims to recognise the achievements of those who exhibit extraordinary promise through an annual scholarship fund.
Each scholarship offers a combination of a cash reward and financial support for professional development.
The scholarships are awarded to MIGAS apprentices and trainees across different categories to high achievers who may also face personal adversity and challenges to completing their trade training.
2021 MiScholarship Recipients
MIGAS congratulates the winners of the 2021 MIGAS Scholarships who were announced at a special online ceremony held on 30 March 2022.
Applications for the 2022 MiScholarships will open later this year. Check back for details soon.
Top Performer Scholarship
Recognises MIGAS apprentices and trainees who have demonstrated exceptional performance on-the-job in their placement and formal training.
James Moore, Air-conditioning and Refrigeration Apprentice hosted by Johnson Controls Australia
Levi Bellette, Diesel Fitter Apprentice hosted by Anglo American Metallurgical Coal
Matthew Tierney, Boilermaking Apprentice hosted by Brandon’s Electrical
Sam Freeman, Boilermaking Apprentice hosted by Bradken Limited
Top Performer – MIGAS CEO Commendation
Lachlan Robb, Mobile Plant Apprentice hosted by Tutt Bryant Equipment
Bradley Pereira, Electrical Apprentice hosted by Legrand
Women in Trades Scholarship
Designed to encourage women to continue in their non-traditional trade.
Stephanie Usher, Electrical and Instrumentation Apprentice hosted by Origin Energy
Jessie Nott, Mechanical Fitting Apprentice hosted by Shell QGC
Women in Trades – MIGAS CEO Commendation
Olivia Mutch, Process Plant Operations Trainee hosted by Shell QGC