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SHE Leads Conference 2013
Tickets are now on sale for YWCA of Adelaide’s 2013 SHE Leads Conference, being held at the National Wine Centre in Adelaide’s CBD on Friday 16 August.
Secure your place at the most exciting young women’s leadership event of the year.
Members tickets $110 + booking fee
Early Bird tickets $150 + booking fee (ends 17 June)
General tickets $195 + booking fee (ends 15 August)
Book your ticket today http://www.eventbrite.com.au/event/5504159088/mcivte
2013 Members Week
YWCA of Adelaide’s Members Week is designed to provide a range of networking and professional development opportunities for our Members – as a reward for supporting our important work. It is also a great time to tell your friends about the Y and invite them to join too. To find out about meeting with an MP at Parliament House, an Advocacy Workshop with the Equal Opportunity Commission, and the chance for an intimate chat with a woman from 891 ABC Adelaide radio – click here for all the details.
Have you considered board membership as part of your career development? Board membership is a way to develop skills in leadership, governance and strategic planning while contributing to your community and society. As part of the SHE Leads program, the YWCA of Adelaide has developed an introductory session in board training. At the 3 hour session, you will have an opportunity to learn about the roles and responsibilities of board membership and how to increase your opportunities to join a board. Check for Board Training sessions coming up here.
Aboriginal Young Women's Leadership ProgramOn 28th & 30th May 2013 during Reconciliation Week the AYWLP will be hosting a 2 day regional workshop for both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal young women in the Riverland at the Old Calperum station. If you are from the area and are interested in having the opportunity to discuss local issues with other like -minded young women about leadership opportunities and self –empowerment as well as have some fun and some yummy traditional foods; Contact Raquel at the YWCA (08 8203 9400) or Julie at Regional Development Australia on (08 8580 8500) for more details.