Pushing through the Silicon Ceiling

In all aspects of work, life, and government the power and potential of women is no longer being ignored. Here is an opportunity for Women to take advantage of scholarships designed to embrace their future as industry leaders.

Women & Leadership Australia (WLA) is again offering a limited number of leadership development scholarships to women in Australia and those in the IT industry are perfectly placed to apply.

The scholarships are part of a national initiative supporting the increased presence of women in leadership roles across key industries.

The partial scholarships offset a portion of the fee required to undertake one of WLA’s flagship development programs.

Scholarships are available at three management levels:


Please note: WLA programs are highly exclusive developmental experiences and admission into these programs requires successful application.

Scholarship nominations for the 2018 Executive ReadyProgram will close on Friday, May 25.

The nomination process (outlined below) can be completed in minutes.

Successful completion of the Executive Ready Program will enable participants to gain 12 credit points towards a Master of Leadership, subject to Monash University admission requirements. The credit arrangement is valid for up to five years from completion of the Executive Ready Program.

To view the full program prospectus click here

2018 fee support opportunities

$4,000 scholarships are available, a successful scholarship application will offset 40% of the program fees. For more information, or to nominate yourself or a colleague please respond via email (nwilliams@asam.edu.au)with the following information. A program advisor will contact you to discuss your unique situation.

Name:
Position title:
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Further enquiries: call 1300 735 904.

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