The Change Our Game Scholarship program provides funding to assist women to access professional learning and development opportunities to enhance their skills in sport and recreation, leadership and management.
Applications are now open and close 5pm Friday 24 August 2018.
The scholarship program aims to address Recommendation 7 of the Inquiry into Women and Girls in Sport and Active Recreation; to build an enabling environment through education and training by increasing opportunities for women to access professional learning in sport leadership and management.
Vicsport Communications and Marketing Manager Jasmine Richwol is a recipient of the Change Our Game scholarship.
Register for the second round of the Change Our Game Scholarships here.
Keeping in line with improving governance practices, Vicsport is pleased to announce the LEAP (Lead, Engage, Achieve, Promote) program will return in March 2019 aimed at enhancing leadership capabilities of female sport administrators. Keep an eye on our website and social media channels for more information about the LEAP program. Read about the 2017/18 program here.
Graduates of the 2018 LEAP program.
WATCH: LEAP Graduates Georgia Dyer and Renee Frizzell share their insights of the LEAP program
Communications and Marketing Manager, Vicsport
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