Women Towards Sustainability – eLeaders Program

The National Rural Women’s Coalition has announced their 2014 Women Towards Sustainability e-leaders ProgramThis is the third e-leaders program that NRWC has delivered to women living in rural, remote and regional Australia. This year’s program has an environmental sustainability and natural resource management focus.

"I looked forward to the weekly webinars to get inspiration from others in rural communities. The webinars were inspiring and often my head would be swimming with ideas and questions afterwards! The feedback from other participants and from the presenters gave me confidence to keep moving forward with my project."

“I looked forward to the weekly webinars to get inspiration from others in rural communities. The webinars were inspiring and often my head would be swimming with ideas and questions afterwards! The feedback from other participants and from the presenters gave me confidence to keep moving forward with my project.”

Twenty-five (25) women from all over Australia will be selected and given the opportunity to learn from the industry’s best via a series of give webinars. The software also allows for open collaboration and has proven to be effective for networking. The participants will elect an on-ground project to work on throughout the program. Discussion and debate will take place during a live e-forum.

Full program details are available from the NRWC website or for more information contact e-Leaders Project Coordinator Keryn Suttor at: projects@nrwc.com.au

Applications open on Monday 17 March 2014 and will close April 4 at 4 pm AEST.

About nswrwn

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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