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Call for Volunteers

Vic ICT for Women is seeking expressions of interest from persons who may be able to provide pro-bono services as volunteers to support particular programs or initiatives in 2017. If you are able to make yourself available for a few hours per month to work as part of a program support team, or provide expert advice […]

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Introducing our new Board Members

An election was conducted at our Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 7th December with results as follows: Rowena Murray will continue in the role of Board Member with responsibility for Marketing and Communications Jessica Bircsak and Sara Ogston, formerly Associate Board Members will assume roles of Board Members Caroline Stainkamph, Conrad Harvey, Craig Wishart, Elizabeth […]

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Annual Report 2015-2016

Victorian Women in ICT Network Inc conducted its Annual General Meeting this morning (7th December 2016).  Our Annual Report for 2015-2016 was tabled at the AGM and is now available online – click here to view or download this report.

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Vic ICT for Women Rebrands

Vic ICT for Women are pleased to launch our new brand today. Effective immediately, our new brand elements, from our new logo, to new colourways, images and identities, will be rolling out across the organisation. Members, sponsors and partners will see the new brand for the first time tonight at the launch of the #BOLDmoves […]

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BOLDMoves White Paper

#BOLDMoves White Paper Launches Today

We are delighted to announce the launch and release of the #BOLDmoves White Paper on Wednesday 16th November 2016. This White Paper was the culmination of a year of work, events, think tanks and research to create a blueprint to drive diversity and equality in the tech industries. Click here to get your copy of […]

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Board Vacancies – Nominations close on 14 November

Eight Board Members of Vic ICT for Women will complete their two-year terms at the 2016 Annual General Meeting on Wednesday, 7th December.   Chris Skipper-Conway, Irene Evgeniadis and Ayten Ozenc wish to remain on the Board to enable them to continue with initiatives already under way.  We wish to thank Jim Cassidy, Emily Edgeley, Seonaid Porter, […]

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2016 Annual General Meeting

Vic ICT for Women invites you to our  2016 Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 7th December at Deloitte, 550 Bourke Street, 7:30am to 10:00am. Vic ICT for Women’s agenda is driving actions that change our world through programs that positively affect the lives of our members and the industries they work in, and engaging with those that shape our future […]

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Go Girl, Go for IT – 2016 report card

More than 1,600 teenage girls, age 13-17, and 136 teachers from 61 schools, attended our 2016 Go Girl, Go For IT event at Deakin University in Melbourne. This event was aimed at inspiring and encouraging girls to pursue a career in IT.   Find out more about this fantastic event and look at the pictures to see what […]

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Victorian Honour Roll of Women 2017

The Victorian Honour Roll of Women acknowledges and celebrates the outstanding achievements of women in Victoria. Since 2001, 582 inductees have been honoured for their significant and lasting contributions to Victoria, Australia and beyond. Each year the Victorian’s Women’s Honour Roll gives recognition to women in our state who have demonstrated leadership and excellence in […]

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Vic ICT for Women – Membership changes effective 1st October 2016

We are making changes to our membership framework to remove constraints on participation in our programs and events by bestowing membership rights to all employees of corporate members and tertiary institutions.  Corporate Memberships will be based on the relative size of the organisation and the number of women in ICT roles who will be able […]

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Boosting Women in STEM – Sydney, September 28-30

Boosting Women in STEM focuses on the link between tertiary education and industry and driving female STEM students from higher education into productive careers. The event provides tertiary facilities with practical strategies proven to attract and achieve a higher female enrolment in STEM subjects. Universities, TAFEs and VETs will learn how they can best prepare […]

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Making Maternity Leave Work – webinar

Lisa Cutler conducted interviews with a number of women about their maternity leave experience and advice for other women. While providing crucial tips on what to do before, during and after maternity leave, Lisa’s interviewees talked openly and honestly about the stresses, joys, expectations and disappointments of this important period of their lives. Lisa has collated […]

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Volunteers needed

Importance of Women in IT is one of Vic ICT for Women’s most successful programs.  This series of breakfast seminars features speakers from a broad range of business and entrepreneurial backgrounds who share their experiences, initiatives and challenges for women in IT.  Importance of Women (IOW) events run monthly from February through to November, sponsored by IBM and hosted by PwC at […]

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What’s the #DIF?

Join in and celebrate the ‘Victorian Difference’ that drives industry, entrepreneurs and students to not only be different but make a difference through digital technology.  The Festival runs for 12 days across Victoria from 26 August to 9 September. Go to vic.gov.au/digitalinnovation for more details

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Go Girl 2016 – Schools Transport

Registrations for the 2016 Go Girl, Go for IT careers day are at record levels with more than 2000 students and teachers from around 80 schools across Victoria planning to attend the event at Deakin University’s Burwood Campus on Tuesday, August 16. We are seeking additional funding to enable us to reimburse all schools for […]

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#TechDiversity – amplifying the voice for change

Vic ICT for Women are a proud and active contributor to the #TechDiversity initiative and the Awards that will be recognised on 4th August. I urge you to get involved and gain recognition for the efforts you, as an individual, or as a company, are making to the IT industry in Victoria. You play a […]

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Secrets of Success for Women in Leadership – Wednesday April 13

Unlock your full potential and reach new levels of career & business success. Limited seats are available – book now to secure your seat Wednesday April 13th, 2016 – 12.00pm to 2.00pm Wood & Grieve Engineers, Level 22, 570 Collins Street, Melbourne $130 per person — light lunch included download brochure for further details    

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Disruptive Technology for a Smarter Society

Join the discussion of how technology developed within the spatial and surveying communities can be used to improve the way we live and play in smarter societies. Disruptive Technology for a Smarter Society is the theme that underpins the Locate16 conference in Melbourne April 12-14, 2016 as an initiative of the Surveying & Spatial Sciences […]

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Calling for volunteers …

Vic ICT for Women is partnering with Digital Careers to create short videos that showcase some of the amazing female professionals currently working in IT as part of the lead up to Go Girl, Go for IT 2016. We want to show our future female IT leaders why we love working in IT and why […]

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