I AM A GIRL. I CAN DO ANYTHING.

LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIPS

I AM A GIRL LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIPS

Hills Basketball is a place where we encourage females to be involved at all levels and in all aspects of our game. Take the next step, get involved and be ambitious. WE are young. WE are a team. WE learn from leaders. WE will be leaders.

The I AM A GIRL LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP program was launched in  2017 to incorporate female youth players, youth referees, coaches, referee coaches & officials to develop both technical skills and leadership qualities.

The I AM A GIRL Leadership Program provides an opportunity for females to develop leadership skills through courses & seminars, while receiving unique opportunities to develop their preferred facet of the game – playing, refereeing, coaching or officiating.

We have a strong female involvement in basketball and this group will lead the development and ensure the sustainability of our women’s program. We hope from this campaign we will encourage females to be involved at all levels & in all aspects of our game. 

SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS

SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS


HILLS BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION INC.

2020 ‘I AM A GIRL’ LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP

About the Scholarship

The Hills Basketball Association (HBA) I am a GIRL Leadership Program will incorporate female players, referees, coaches, referee coaches, officials & media presenters and will focus on developing both their technical skills as well as their leadership skills. 

In conjunction with Hills Basketball the ‘I am a Girl’ program launched in 2016, the ‘I am a Girl’ Leadership Program is designed to strengthen the elite section of the program for females involved in our representative program. The program aims to provide a pathway and additional training and mentoring to accelerate their development. Whist doing this the Association plans to showcase their talents providing younger girls clear pathways and mentors.

A total of 18 females will be provided scholarships.

Group 1 – 4 x elite referees (16-30yrs)

Group 2 – 4 x elite athletes (16-30yrs)

Group 3 – 4 x elite coaches (16yrs & above)

Group 4 – 4 x elite referee coaches (16yrs & above)

Group 5 – 1 x elite statistician, 1 x elite scoretable official. (16yrs & above)

What are the expected benefits?

The ‘I am a Girl Leadership Program will provide benefits for the individual females (18) through additional training and mentoring to accelerate development. The Association will benefit by promoting a link between the local level player, referee and coach to elite levels. This program aims to minimise the gap between male and female leadership at elite level in playing, refereeing, coaching & officiating.

Group 1 – Elite Referees x 4 (16-30yrs)

6 x PT sessions & at home workout program by BaiFit, Conflict management, IAAG pack (includes T-shirt, scrunchie & stationary set), goal setting resources & more.

Group 2 – Elite Athletes x 4 (16-30yrs)

6 x PT sessions & at home workout program by BaiFit, Leadership book, IAAG pack (includes T-shirt, scrunchie & stationary set), goal setting resources & more.

Group 3 – Elite Coaches x 4 (16yrs & above)

Online Coaching Course, Leadership Book, IAAG pack (includes T-shirt, scrunchie & stationary set), goal setting resources & more.

Group 4 – Elite Referee Coaches x 4. (16yrs & above)

Conflict management course via Alison, Leadership book, IAAG pack (includes T-shirt, scrunchie & stationary set), goal setting resources & more.

Group 5 – Elite Statistician x 1 and Elite Scoretable Official x 1. (16yrs & above). Elite Education Course, Leadership Book, IAAG pack (includes T-shirt, scrunchie & stationary set), goal setting resources & more.

Who is Eligible?

Group 1 and Group 2 – Women aged 16-30yrs who are members of HBA

Group 3, 4 and 5 – Women aged 16yrs and above who are members of HBA.

Conditions of the Scholarship

The Hills Basketball Association ‘I am a Girl’ Leadership Scholarship contributes towards the costs associated with training, tuition, accommodation and travel. An investment of over $10,000 per annum has been provided by Hills Basketball Association, BaiFit and sponsor Specialist Medical Supplies for the development of female leaders in our community.

If successful,

  • Group 1 and 2 recipients are required to check in with BaiFit fortnightly
  • Group 3, 4, 5 & 6 recipients must complete any online course or attend any course or event (details to be confirmed)
  • Recipients must attend any leadership workshops. Dates TBC.
  • Recipients must participate in marketing of the scholarship on request by Hills Basketball Association such as providing testimonials and/or videos for advertising material.

Applicants can nominate for more than one scholarship group, however a maximum of one scholarship per person will be granted each year.

Please click here to submit your 2020 IAAG Scholarship Application online.

Please click here to download your 2020 IAAG Scholarship Application form.

Contact Zoe Burke on 9894-8944 (ext 7) or zoe@hillshornets.com.au

SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS 2019:


ELITE REFEREES & REFEREE COACHES

Elite Athlete | Sherrie Calleia, Maddie Emmett, Laura Davidson, Madison Hare, Taylah Cottees

Elite Referee | Gemma O’Grady, Haylee Cole, Maddie Suprain, Sinead Gibbons

Elite Coach | Danielle D’Morias, Jordan Zenere, Jordan Nast, Yulissa Power

Elite Referee Coach |Jayna Bonney, Brighid Tielman, Chloe Erskine

Media | Aidan Taylor

SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS 2018:


Elite Athlete | Emma Claus, Laura Davidson, 

Elite Referee | Haylee Cole, Kelsey Ortiz, Maddie Suprain

Elite Coach | Zoe Burke, Danielle D’Morias, Maddie Emmett, Kylie Garnon, Jessika Johnson, Jordan Nast, Jordan Zenere

Elite Referee Coach | Bec Copeman, Jayna Prell, Aidan Taylor

Media | Madison Hare, Dani Mendoza

SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS 2017:


Elite Athlete | Sherrie Calleia, Emma Claus, Madison Hare

Elite Referee | Haylee Cole, Kelsey Ortiz, Maddie Suprain

Elite Coach | Aidan Taylor, Jenny Sing, Jessika Johnson, Jordan Nast, Kylie Garnon, Laura Davidson, Maddie Emmett, Zoe Burke

Elite Referee Coach | Bec Copeman, Brighid Tielman