PROJECT RETURN

A digital program that supports women returning to work, giving them the confidence, knowledge and connections they need for a rewarding and secure career.

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Future Women are proud to launch our latest initiative, Project Return. Project Return is an innovative, digital program that supports women returning to work and will give them confidence, knowledge and connections they need for a rewarding and secure career. This program received grant funding from the Australian Government’s National Careers Institute.

150 women who have taken a break from paid employment due to caring responsibilities will be granted access to a series of premium leadership development opportunities as part of the acclaimed 12-month Future Women Platinum+ program. Participants will have access to a 12-month calendar of activities, workshops and career advice delivered flexibly, online and tailored to meet their specific needs.

Women undertake the majority of Australia’s unpaid caring, the economic impact of which has doubled in the past ten years. Prolonged absence from the workforce impacts women’s awareness of career pathways and what employers are looking for, as well as their relationships and personal confidence. Project Return will bridge this gap by giving women the knowledge and connections to accelerate their career ambitions and overcome obstacles to employment. Project Return will build on Future Women’s proven track record of delivering leadership and career advisory services to women.

This program is open to women located anywhere in Australia who have taken a break from paid employment at any point in their career to undertake caring responsibilities.

Women undertake the majority of Australia’s unpaid caring, the economic impact of which has doubled in the past ten years.

CALL FOR NOMINATIONS

Future Women are looking for 150 women who have taken time out from paid employment due to caring responsibilities at any point in their career.

Applications are now closed. All applicants will be contacted with an outcome in July 2022.

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Prolonged absence from the workforce impacts women’s awareness of career pathways and what employers are looking for, as well as their relationships and personal confidence.

IN THE MEDIA

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PLATINUM+ MEMBERSHIP

Successful applicants of the Project Return program will gain access to Future Women's Platinum+ program. Platinum+ has approximately 400 active members across Australia. Future Women is the leading community for professional women.

Started in 2019 by former media executive Helen McCabe it has rapidly grown to offer high-calibre professional development and training alongside premium content with podcasts, newsletters, book clubs and live interviews with guests from around the world.

The Platinum+ program provides a unique opportunity to access this incredibly unique and high-calibre community while also receiving premium training and mentoring.

The successful applicants will be joined by a range of women from other organisations from across Australia to help deepen their connections in relevant fields and beyond. The signature activities include the Platinum+ Masterclass, a 2-day Leadership Summit, small group mentoring and a lifetime Red membership.

The Project Return program is targeted at women who have taken a break from paid employment due to caring responsibilities who want to connect to a bigger, like-minded community to help fast-track their skills and network.

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Project Return will bridge this gap by giving women the knowledge and connections to accelerate their career ambitions and overcome obstacles to employment.

This program received grant funding from the Australian Government’s National Careers Institute.

 

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