RURAL WOMEN'S SCHOLARSHIP

ELEVATING THE VOICES OF RURAL WOMEN

Twenty four women will be granted access to a premium leadership development program with Future Women.

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NSW RURAL SCHOLARSHIP

Future Women, in partnership with the NSW Minister for Women, Regional Health and Mental Health Bronnie Taylor MLC and the Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional NSW Paul Toole MP, are proud to launch the Rural NSW Scholarship for the third time.

Twenty four women will be granted access to a 12-month premium leadership development program with Future Women, Platinum+ Emerging Leaders.

Each scholarship is valued at $6,050 and includes reasonable transportation costs to attend the Future Women Leadership Summit on the 6 & 7 March 2023 to celebrate International Women’s Day.

It will also provide a unique networking and mentoring opportunities for successful applicants.

Applications will open soon. 

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"I understand the unique barriers faced by women who live in regional and rural areas. I know that women are often the ones who lend a listening ear, put themselves second, lift up those around them when times are tough and bring communities together."

—The Hon. Bronnie Taylor, MLC

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

Future Women and the offices of the NSW Minister for Women, Regional Health and Mental Health and the Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional NSW are looking for future and current female leaders from rural, regional and remote NSW. The successful candidate must demonstrate they have a capacity to lead and a keen interest in advancing the interests of NSW women.

Although not necessary, priority will be given to women from underrepresented and disadvantaged backgrounds such as women with a disability, a history of disadvantage or those from a minority group.

Applications will open soon.

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"Future Women is dedicated to building a deep and diverse membership. This scholarship is about actively encouraging women from outside our major cities to connect, learn and lead. As a country person I know there is a lot to learn from the women who live in the bush and vice versa."

— Helen McCabe, Founder and Managing Director, Future Women

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