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The Youi Student Grant

We're keen to support the next generation of minds and give them a place to shine. So we've introduced the Youi Student Grant.

We're keen to support the next generation of minds and give them a place to shine. So we've introduced the Youi Student Grant.

Helping to create opportunities

We don't believe in doing things the same as everyone else - not when it comes to selling insurance, and not when it comes to giving the next generation the best possible opportunity to succeed. We're looking to back students with different skillsets, perspectives and experiences who can add uniqueness to what we do. That’s why we’re now offering the Youi Student Grant.

About the grant

To showcase your skills, you'll be required to write an essay about a specific topic and include answers to discussion questions within your analysis. The essay will have a maximum word count of 1,000 words, with the topic for last year's essay being related to Youi's website structure.

This grant is offered annually to one person, with a value of AUD $5,000 in total and is paid as a one-time payment to the winner.

More information about eligibility criteria and the selection process will be availble via our careers page when applications for the next grant open. 


How to apply

Applications for the grant must be uploaded to the Youi Page-Up site and must include:

  • The Entry Task in the correct format

  • Your contact details – name, email and mobile phone number

  • Confirmation that you are an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident

  • The name of your institution of study, name and length of the course you are studying and the year of study you are in.

The grant recipient will also be required to supply identification confirming name, date of birth and residential address, as well as evidence supporting the above items.



More ways we're helping out our community

We love where we live and the people who live here. So when it comes to helping our community, we like to get hands on to really make a difference. That's why we support a variety of local and national organisations, and we're always looking for new ways we can help our community. 

Donating Blood


Red25 was set up by the Australian Red Cross for groups and organisations to donate blood. It’s built on the concept that together we can achieve so much more.

Dog at refuge


The Sunshine Coast Animal Refuge (SCAR) provides temporary refuge and finds new homes for abandoned, abused and unwanted cats and dogs.

Youi helpers


The Compass Institute is dedicated to providing real futures for young people with a disability by assisting them in ‘Mastering the Art of Life’.