Ethan Cussen being awarded the $1000 cheque by Judy Bilbrough.
Ethan Cussen being awarded the $1000 cheque by Judy Bilbrough. Contributed

Bursary a boost for student

WARWICK'S Ethan Cussen has been awarded with the QCWA Condamine Valley/Warwick Branch annual Bursary.

Eathan is a former Warwick State High School student who commenced at Griffith University this week and will be studying a Bachelor of Forensic Science and Criminology.

He was presented a cheque for $1000 by branch president Judy Bilbrough.

Mrs Bilbrough said all students are welcome to apply for the bursery.

"Our bursary is to assist students who commence their tertiary studies after completing grade 12," she said.

"Information is sent to all the secondary schools in the division in October and the applications are forwarded to QCWA State Office, Gregory Tce, Brisbane, and the state executive chooses the recipient at the end of January", Mrs Bilbrough said.

Year 12 students who reside in the QCWA Border Division, which includes Clifton, Allora, Killarney, Stanthorpe, Wallangarra and Warwick areas, are eligible to apply for the bursary.



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