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INDUSTRY SPOTLIGHT NIGHTS LAUNCHING SOON!
BRILLIANT CAREER EDUCATION + FUTURE OF WORK INDUSTRY-LED FORUMS FOR STUDENTS!

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In 2019 girledworld will deliver a range of Future of Work career education workshops, masterclasses and industry-led events which focus on upskilling girls in innovation, future industries, entrepreneurship and STEM.

Our Victorian Industry Spotlight nights (February - October 2019) are designed specifically for secondary school girls and female business leaders. These events will deep dive high-growth future industries, drive education about emerging job sectors and encourage collaboration and skill-building between industry leaders and high school girls so they can make informed decisions about their subject choices, course selections and internships.

This series will align with our girledworld CmeO (CEO for a Day) initiative which will see hundreds of school girls ‘shadow’ leading women in one-day industry internships across 2019. This program has a focus on leadership skill-building, windows to new ways of work and real-world understandings of 21st Century core capabilities. 

girledworld 2019 Future of Work Career Programs - Strategic Priorities

  • Grow the pipeline of women and girls in leadership positions, the startup/STEM sector and business community

  • Provide young women with access to workplace mentors, industry knowledge and 21st Century skills for the future of work

  • Educate young women about high-growth industries, jobs of the future prospects and potential career pathways

  • Cultivate emerging leaders and scale potential/opportunities via active mentorship of young women via cMEo program

  • Utilise girledworld programmatic elements and Leadership/Entrepreneurship frameworks for ‘curriculum’ design

  • Sign up female Ambassadors (cross-sectoral) to drive reach of cMEo program across Australia (commencing November 2018)

  • Sign on high schools (Years 7 - 12) to participate across Future of Work cohorts (commencing November 2018)