2013 RIRDC Rural Women’s Award now open. Nominate yourself or encourage someone else to apply for the $10k bursary

Corinne Annetts Uralla goat product entrepreneur

Are you a woman involved in primary industries and want to take your ideas to another level?

Did I hear a  “Yes?”

Then perhaps the RIRDC Rural Women’s Award could be just the thing for you.

Applications are now open and you have until 15 October to get your application in…or perhaps encourage another woman. We know there are lots of you out there who would welcome a hand up not a hand out.

This award is such a great opportunity to pull your thinking into a plan and the selection process can be a very useful exercise.

The Award provides a $10,000 bursary for each State and Territory winner to provide the resources to develop your vision into a project or initiative that will benefit primary industries and rural Australia.

Agchatoz social media founder Danica Leys is the 2012 NSW/ACT winner

  • formal training in leadership and business management;
  • overseas study tours;
  • establishing business plans or pilot programs;
  • developing education or promotional campaigns;
  • networking at forums and conferences to grow your knowledge of industries and markets;
  • developing training programs;
  • testing information technology initiatives; and
  • publishing books.

It’s just a matter of using your imagination to dream big about what you want to do and the future direction of your industry or rural community.

 

 

Ask for our NSW/ACT mentor list of past winners and runners -up who are very to help you through the nomination process… so USE THEM and get cracking today!

For an information package see who are past NSW/ACT winners, runners-up and finalists and a list of past winners and finalists who have kindly offered to mentor women applying for the Award, contact Allison Priest on 02 6391 3620 or email: allison.priest@dpi.nsw.gov.au

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NSW Rural Women’s Network is a government program working in innovative ways to promote leadership and action on rural women’s issues. The RWN team is dedicated to connecting and exchanging information with women and stakeholders in rural, regional and remote communities.
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