Scholarship for the future


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Apply now for the Sirianni Scholarship for Future Pharmacist Leaders – 2020

Frank & Mina Sirianni have been working and consulting to Australian pharmacy owners and pharmacists for 40 years. Christian and Natalie Sirianni have also both joined the family business and been working in pharmacy for over 10 years each.

In order to give back to the pharmacy community and industry, Frank & Mina are once again offering The Sirianni Scholarship for Future Pharmacist Leaders.

This is the second year offering the scholarship following the great success of 2019 scholarships. 

NOTE: The scholarship has been altered in 2020 due to changes to events required as a result of COVID-19. 

The purpose of the Scholarship is to provide learning opportunities for junior pharmacists who are looking to become pharmacy owners in the future and a coaching call to personalise their experience.

A total of 8 scholarships will be awarded in 2020.

The winners of the scholarship will receive the following:

  • Free access for 2 months to the 2020 Pharmacy Ownership Ready Conference Videos (note, the conference was changed to a video format due to COVID-19) – Available October 2020
    Further details for the videos are here 
  • One 1 hour Coaching Call with Frank Sirianni after the Conference

The total value of the scholarship is approximately $750 each.

In order to apply for the scholarship, applicants must submit a response to the following statement (maximum of 500 words):

The opportunities I see for the future of pharmacy…

Applications will be judged by a panel of Frank Sirianni, Mina Sirianni and a current pharmacy owner.

Applications should be emailed to events@iattain.com.au with the subject line “The Sirianni Scholarship Application”. All applications should include the name, phone, email and current address for the applicant. They should also include a short bio of no more than 100 words (not included in 500 word limit above).

Applications close: Monday 28 September 2020 at 12:00pm 

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