The Young Women Leaders in AI program will develop young women as leaders in AI, not only to address the gender gap in industry teams but also foster spokespersons to ensure social diversity has a voice as regulation and disruption unfolds in the coming years. Our participants will emerge from the program as ambassadors to take on leadership roles as a society and the economy transforms through AI adoption.
2020 YWLIAI Camp
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The 2020 camp is scheduled to run from Friday, 3rd April to Wednesday, 8th April 2020.
Due to increasing interest in the AI space for Australia's future, we have extended our application end date until Sunday, 8th March 2020. Places are limited, so get in quick! Register now to reserve your spot!
The program commences with a 6-day camp, designed to teach attendees about building modern machine learnings, entrepreneurship and innovation, and how to succeed as a woman in the tech industry. Throughout the camp, attendees will work within groups to create and pitch an AI-powered product and engage with industry mentors and representatives to learn about opportunities available to them after the camp.
Following the camp, participants will enter a 12-month ambassadorship and mentorship program. Over these 12 months, there will be an opportunity to apply for internships or scholarships, attend local meetups, continue a mentee relationship and promote the value of young women leaders in AI. At the end of the 12-months, you will be in a position to move forward with your career in a confident and purposeful direction.
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Registering for this event is an expression of interest and does not guarantee a place in the program. We will be reviewing all applications and let you know the outcome of your application.
Successful applicants will receive a sponsored place in the program. This includes all learning and development activities, including the camp. It does not include any travel or accommodation required to attend the camp or other activities. Please consider these additional costs when applying.
The program is open to all residents of Australia. While the camp will be held on the Gold Coast in Queensland, following program events and mentorship will be available in select major cities based on our mentor and sponsor locations.