We are super excited to share with you the details of a new government-funded program designed to engage Australian girls in innovation and entrepreneurship: The Academy for Enterprising Girls will unlock future career opportunities for Australian girls by fostering an interest in STEM, design thinking and innovation.
The Academy has been co-designed by girls for girls. It includes an engaging online program and a national series of workshops, teaching girls how to become innovators and kick-start their own business dreams. It features some of Australia’s leading business women including MamaMia’s Mia Freedman, Future Women’s Helen McCabe, celebrated Indigenous tech entrepreneur Mikeala Jade of Indigital, and Youtube star, Georgia Productions.
The Academy for Enterprising Girls is funded under the Australian Government’s $3.6 million Future Female Entrepreneurs Program, and is supported by some of the world’s most successful tech companies including Amazon Web Services, Canva, Cisco, and Google.
CLICK HERE to see what The Academy for Enterprising Girls is all about.