Woodside and the Leeuwin have provided young people throughout Western Australia with the opportunity for personal and professional growth through the Youth Leadership Scholarship program since 2005.
In 2015, Woodside's support evolved to also include cadetship scholarships, which are awarded to three volunteer crew who have an aspiration for a career at sea, in addition to crew exchanges, which provide an opportunity for Leeuwin volunteer crew to build on their personal and professional skills.
SOAR is an Australia-wide program which provides scholarships for secondary and tertiary education for students from remote and disadvantaged regions.
Woodside supports the MADALH SOAR Program which directly focuses on achieving the intended outcomes for students from rural and remote areas of Western Australia.
Our support of Scitech encompasses the Woodside Scitech Science Awards, which recognise graduating primary school students who demonstrate a passion and enthusiasm for science; Scitech Gifted and Talented Program, a three year program for selected students in years 6, 7 and 8 that allows students and their parents to explore the vast possibilities in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM); the Science After School program, which provides opportunities beyond the classroom to practice and enhance knowledge and skills whilst increasing awareness of the relevance of STEM in our everyday lives; as well as Kaartadjin Koorliny ("learning is always moving") gallery space at Scitech.