NAWIC will be announcing the winner of its International Women’s Day Scholarship at a cocktail party on Thursday 24 March 2011. The scholarship presents a $10,500 opportunity for a woman in the construction industry to develop a White Paper to be used as a positive instrument for change. The evening will feature a presentation by […]
February 23rd, 2011
NAWIC will be announcing the winner of its International Women’s Day Scholarship at a cocktail party on Thursday 24 March 2011.
The scholarship presents a $10,500 opportunity for a woman in the construction industry to develop a White Paper to be used as a positive instrument for change.
The evening will feature a presentation by last year’s winner Melonie Bayl-Smith, discussing her review of construction teaching at universities in Australia, the Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, UK and US.
There will also be a presentation on NAWIC NSW’s upcoming participation in Habitat for Humanity’s 2011 Nepal Build, where 15 NAWIC NSW members will travel to Nepal to help build homes for 10 impoverished female-headed households.
What: NAWIC International Women’s Day Scholarship Cocktail Party
When: Thursday 24 March 2011, 6pm-9pm
Where: CB Richard Ellis, Level 26, 363 George Street, Sydney
Cost: $30 members / $35 non member
Contact: NAWIC website to register or Sarah Hogan at MPA Projects for enquiries
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