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WIC is a Canberra based not-for-profit organisation bringing people together to champion women in Information and Communication.  Our vision is to be the premier organisation for women in Information and Communication in Canberra. As part of this vision, WIC has set up the WIC Student Encouragement Award.  The award will be presented at the WIC Dinner on the 7th November, 2019 at the Hotel Realm.

Each year, WIC recognizes the achievements of a young female secondary school student and awards them a financial contribution to assist with their tertiary studies in Information, Communications and Technology.

WIC is a Canberra based not-for-profit organisation bringing people together to champion women in Information and Communication.  Our vision is to be the premier organisation for women in Information and Communication in Canberra. As part of this vision, WIC has set up the WIC Student Encouragement Award.  The award will be presented at the WIC Dinner on the 7th November, 2019 at the Hotel Realm.

Each year, WIC recognizes the achievements of a young female secondary school student and awards them a financial contribution to assist with their tertiary studies in Information, Communications and Technology.

WIC is a Canberra based not-for-profit organisation bringing people together to champion women in Information and Communication.  Our vision is to be the premier organisation for women in Information and Communication in Canberra. As part of this vision, WIC has set up the WIC Student Encouragement Award.  The award will be presented at the WIC Dinner on the 7th November, 2019 at the Hotel Realm.

Each year, WIC recognizes the achievements of a young female secondary school student and awards them a financial contribution to assist with their tertiary studies in Information, Communications and Technology.

This Award is available to young women who:

  • are finishing year 12;
  • have undertaken studies in Information, Communications and Technology (ICT) or ICT related subjects; and
  • are intending to continue studying ICT or a related discipline at a University or other tertiary organization (eg Canberra Institute of Technology).

The criteria for nomination for this award are:

  • full name, age and address of student;
  • nomination and support by the student’s school or place of current study;
  • the student has achieved a high standard of grades in ICT-related subjects over the last 2 years of study;
  • the student has demonstrated good citizenship within or outside of the education environment; and,
  • the student intends to undertake further study in ICT-related disciplines.

This Award is available to young women who:

  • are finishing year 12;
  • have undertaken studies in Information, Communications and Technology (ICT) or ICT related subjects; and
  • are intending to continue studying ICT or a related discipline at a University or other tertiary organization (eg Canberra Institute of Technology).

The criteria for nomination for this award are:

  • full name, age and address of student;
  • nomination and support by the student’s school or place of current study;
  • the student has achieved a high standard of grades in ICT-related subjects over the last 2 years of study;
  • the student has demonstrated good citizenship within or outside of the education environment; and,
  • the student intends to undertake further study in ICT-related disciplines.

This Award is available to young women who:

  • are finishing year 12;
  • have undertaken studies in Information, Communications and Technology (ICT) or ICT related subjects; and
  • are intending to continue studying ICT or a related discipline at a University or other tertiary organization (eg Canberra Institute of Technology).

The criteria for nomination for this award are:

  • full name, age and address of student;
  • nomination and support by the student’s school or place of current study;
  • the student has achieved a high standard of grades in ICT-related subjects over the last 2 years of study;
  • the student has demonstrated good citizenship within or outside of the education environment; and,
  • the student intends to undertake further study in ICT-related disciplines.