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Future Women is committed to making gender equality a reality at work. We welcome new members to our thriving digital community and work with employers to build diverse, equitable and inclusive workplaces.
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We know that if you’ve been out of work for a while, it can be daunting to start again. But with the right confidence, capabilities and connections, anything is possible. Enter, Jobs Academy.
A free, year-long, virtual program, Jobs Academy is designed to help you find a job and build a secure, rewarding career. Thanks to support from the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet’s Office for Women, Jobs Academy is completely free for participants.
We're looking for 600 women and gender diverse people aged 40 years and over to take part in the Academy in 2023. Expressions of interest are now open, with the 2023 program commencing in February.
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OPPORTUNITIES FOR EMPLOYERS
There are over 400 women from the public and private sector in the Platinum+ Emerging Leaders program. This is for mid-career professional women and provides 12-months of activities and 'all area access' to the FW community.
A two-day course designed for mid-career men in management. Change Makers assists participants understand how a gender-equal workplace can benefit them, their teams and the organisation in which they work.
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MONDAY 6 AND TUESDAY 7 MARCH, 2023 | SYDNEY, MELBOURNE & VIRTUAL
The 2023 Future Women Leadership Summit will be hosted in-person at the Ivy Ballroom in Sydney and broadcast as an interactive, virtual event with a dedicated host and bonus content. For this first time, this year, we will also host a live viewing event in Melbourne.
WEDNESDAY 8 MARCH, 2023
IVY BALLROOM, SYDNEY | GADIGAL COUNTRY
On International Women’s Day 2023, Future Women and Witchery will collaborate for the fourth year in a row to celebrate Australia’s First Nations women.
Join us at the Ivy Ballroom on Gadigal Country for a two-course dinner as a panel of First Nations leaders, change makers and creatives share their stories to inspire, challenge, and move the conversation forward about reconciliation and gender equality in Australia.
NEW DATES COMING IN 2023 | VIRTUAL
The FW Masterclass Series is a leadership and communications course created just for you.
Comprising of live, virtual sessions with subject matter experts, this A brand new program of executive-level webinars will advance your communication, presentation and media skills, and help you recognise and utilise your sphere of influence.
We welcome members who want to be part of a thriving digital community and benefit from career planning, professional development, mentoring and networking opportunities.
We work with employers to accelerate women’s careers, support men to overcome bias, and build diverse, equitable and inclusive workplaces.
Through our social enterprise, Jobs Academy, we also support women who face barriers to participation in the paid workforce, to build confidence, connections and find work.
We are leading a national conversation on women’s safety, equality, and economic security through our events, books and podcasts.
Adelaide | Auckland | Bay of Plenty | Canberra | Melbourne | Mid-North Coast | Sydney
Kaurna | Tāmaki Makaurau | Te Moana-a-Toi | Ngunnawal | Naarm | Gumbaynggirr | Gadigal
Future Women acknowledges the land on which our team members live and work. From the wet and windy lands of the Kulin nations, to the Kaurna people’s rolling Adelaide plains, to Gadigal and Gumbaynggirr land where the sun always shines, the first owners of our national capital, the Ngunnawal people, and across the seas to the land of the Maori people of New Zealand. We pay our respects to elders past and present. We recognise that the Aboriginal land on which many of our team work has never been ceded and the work of reconciliation is not yet done. Future Women are committed to continuing the conversations about women and their work that have taken place on this land for tens of thousands of years.