Tuesday, September 10, 2013

2014 RIRDC Rural Women's Award.

If you have a commitment and desire to make a real difference to your industry and community and want to develop your skills apply now for the 2014 RIRDC Rural Women's Award.

The Award supports women with demonstrated leadership capabilities, or leadership potential and community contribution, who have the desire and commitment to make a greater contribution to their primary industries and provides women with financial and professional support to implement their visions for primary industries and enhance their leadership capabilities.

NSW Primary Industries Minister Katrina Hodgkinson is encouraging anyone with a commitment and desire to making a real difference to their industry and the community to nominate for Australia’s leading rural leadership award.

Glenmore House.

 What’s in it for you?
  • $10,000 to implement your idea or project;
  • skills and resources to develop your leadership skills;
  • enrolment in the Australian Institute of Company Directors Course;
  • implementation of a 12 month leadership plan;
  • networking, media and PR opportunities; and
  • membership to the RWA Alumni.
The Award is an amazing opportunity to further your leadership development, make a tangible difference and inspire others. It is a life changing experience that will link recipients with a positive and powerful alumni network of like-minded women across the country who are passionate about primary industries and rural Australia.

Applications opened 1 August and close 31 October 2013.

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