Future Prospects for Girls
The Girls' Day - the biggest career orientation project for girls worldwide - comes to Australia! The aim of this campaign is to expand the range of career choices of women and to promote diversity in the workplace. For the first time in Australia, girls from years 7 and 8 have the opportunity to visit companies and universities and accompany women in STEM careers. They can actively participate in projects and gain insight into innovations that are related to Germany.
More Diversity and Equal Opportunities
In Australia only 24.5% of STEM graduates are women. A lot of female students choose their profession depending on gender, influenced by social role models and not based on their individual interests and skills. Girls’ Day offers female students the opportunity to look into professions they don´t give enough consideration. Meet Rou Jun Toh, one of the inspiring women in STEM who will be hosting students on Girls’ Day. Date, Registration & Competition
Girls' Day takes place on 16 November 2018. Girls in years 7 and 8 can participate. German language skills are not required. The students can register directly on this website. All the students are invited to participate in the competition:
Girls' Day Competition
Information for Companies and Universities
The Goethe-Institut invites companies and universities to open their doors on 16 November and to organise a Girls'Day for female Year 7 & 8 students. More information is available here: Information for Girls´Day Hosts