Playford Trust Scholars Association

The Playford Trust Scholars Association (PTSA) is a group of enthusiastic individuals from different academic backgrounds. These range from TAFE Certification to University Degrees – all with one significant thing in common: all are recipients of Awards from the Playford Memorial Trust.

The members share, grow together and mentor each other, using the passion and talent that was recognised by the Playford Trust.

Social and Networking Events

One of the aims of the PTSA is to provide a conduit for recipients of Playford Trust awards to meet. The PTSA organises Social and Networking events celebrating the achievements of the Trust and our Scholars.

Keep an eye on our Facebook pages for updates and keep in touch via email to playfordtrustalumini@gmail.com.

The PTSA has a committee that meets several times a year to discuss activities and opportunities to meet significant South Australians. If you would like to be part of this, please contact the PTSA via our contact form.

Recent Posts

1st Birthday Celebrations and AGM

The PTSA held its AGM on Thursday 26th August 2016, with the first of our “Distinguished Lecture Series” being presented by Dr Leanna Reid, SA Chief...
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Moving forward in our careers

The PTSA has commenced holding bi-monthly informal gatherings at the Cumberland Arms Hotel at 205 Waymouth Street, City. The ‘Cumby-up’ (with great...
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Time to network and promote the PTSA

Welcome to the New Year, and a new associated group. The Playford Trust Scholars Association (PTSA) is a group of enthusiastic individuals from...
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Hi All!
The 2017 Playford Awards Ceremony is fast approaching, and we would love to see you there! This ceremony is a great way to expand your networks and to connect with fellow alumni as well as industries throughout South Australia.
If you are able to attend this free special event to welcome this year's recipients, please RSVP to playfordtrustalumni@gmail.com by Tuesday the 21st of March.
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