The NSW Government and ClubsNSW have come together to run the Premier’s Anzac Ambassadors Program, an exciting initiative that will give young people the opportunity to visit historic Anzac sites during the remainder of the Centenary of WWI.
The 2016 program, sponsored by ClubsNSW, will see six young people chosen to retrace the steps of WWI Australian soldiers across Athens, Lemnos, Crete, Paris, Ieper and the Somme in April 2016.
To enter, students will be required to write a 1000 word essay on “Why the Centenary of ANZAC is important for modern Australia?”.
The program is open to students in Year 10 and 11 across NSW and scholarship winners will be required to keep a diary and report back about what they experienced over the 10-day tour.
The authors of the six best essays will be chosen by a panel of judges which includes the Hon Natasha Maclaren-Jones, Major General Warren Glenny and former Premier Nathan Rees.
Entry submissions can be made via email to firstname.lastname@example.org until 5pm Friday 18 December 2015. For terms and conditions, please click here.