Girls in Property is going national. Following on from a hugely successful pilot project in NSW in 2017, the Property Council is proud and excited to now be expanding the Girls in Property program around the country.
WHAT IS THE GIRLS IN PROPERTY PROGRAM?
The Girls in Property program aims to raise awareness amongst high school students about the raft of career paths the property industry offers and encourage greater female participation in the property industry. It is hoped that this initiative assists more young women consider and choose to work in the property industry, helping to create a sustainable pipeline of talent for the growing industry.
WHAT IS INVOLVED IN NSW GIRLS IN PROPERTY WEEK?
NSW Girls in Property week is expanding in 2018.
The 2017 pilot involved 120 Year 10 girls from four public girls’ schools in Northern Sydney (Cheltenham Girls High School, Northern Beaches Secondary College, Mackellar Campus, Riverside Girls High School and Asquith Girls High School).
Girls in Property is an initiative of the NSW Diversity Committee. The 2018 program will include seven public girls’ schools in NSW (Cheltenham Girls High, Northern Beaches Secondary College Mackellar Girls, Riverside Girls High, Asquith Girls High, Burwood Girls High, Randwick Girls High and Bankstown Girls High). The program will run across three days of activities – Monday 21 May, Friday 25 May and Thursday 31 May 2018.
Girls in Property Week is an initiative endorsed by the NSW Department of Education and is supported by a range of organisations and companies from across the property industry.
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PROUDLY SUPPORTED BY:
Property Council of Australia
11 Barrack Street
Sydney NSW 2000
Chrissie Clarke, National Diversity Programs Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org