This week marks the final opportunity to apply for the Natalie Miller Fellowship’s 12-month Brilliant Careers Leadership Program.
The initiative is designed to encourage women from all sections of the screen industry to develop their leadership skills.
Successful applicants will be provided practical tools and advice to develop their leadership skills, maximise mentoring and networking opportunities, and create a personal brand.
The program will commence on February 24 with a one day conference at RMIT University, Melbourne. This will be followed roundtable networking dinners, each hosted by an industry leader.
There will also be a mentorship program, which will connect each participant with a mentor for a minimum 4 x 1 hour sessions. A wide range of industry leaders such as Deanne Weir, Seph McKenna, Jo Bladen, Posie Graeme-Evans and Stephen Basil-Jones have already agreed to be mentors.
“This program is unparalleled. It will offer access to the most diverse and distinguished line up of mentors. Women will be connecting with some of the most experienced and influential professionals in the industry. This is a rare professional development opportunity for all women in the screen sector,” said Brilliant Careers program director Sandra Sdraulig.
Apply via: www.nataliemillerfellowship.com