The National Vietnam Veterans Museum has adopted a master plan to build a new, purpose-built Vietnam Veterans Museum on Phillip Island. Land has been acquired and architects have created an

innovative, world class design for the proposed new museum.  A planning application has been submitted to the Bass Coast Shire for approval.

To assist the development of this exciting project, we are looking to engage a graduate or undergraduate to research potential sources of funding from the following areas.

  • Commonwealth, state governments
  • High net worth individuals
  • Philanthropic organisations
  • Companies
  • Member-based and mutual organisations and
  • Any other appropriate funding source


We are looking for a person who has initiative and is results oriented.  The successful person will be adept at using social media for these purposes and will be able to present clear and succinct findings

and recommendations in written and verbal presentations.  We are very interested in hearing from graduates or undergraduates in the areas of communications and media, social sciences, business,

economics or arts.

This opportunity is available on flexible terms for up to two years.

Further information is available from Phil Dressing on 0423058510 or email [email protected]



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  • John Norman McPherson October 7, 2021   Reply →

    Have been through the National Vietnam Veterans Museum at Phillip Island with my brother, who was in South Vietnam 18 months before me and who lived at Cowes. It is a wonderful dedication to all those who served in that conflict and it’s wonderful to see that it is about to undergo a further transformation. I even bought a Vietnam Vets belt buckle when I was there. Best wishes to all involved.

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