The Tech Girls Movement, together with Diverse City Careers Coder Factory Academy and Zendesk, invite you to join in the fun on Superhero Daughter Day!
This event, held to celebrate International Women's Day 2017 promotes technology as a career path of choice for young women. Last year's event was held in Brisbane and our 120 tickets were sold out in less than 2 weeks.
We invite Year 1 – 7 girls along with their parents or carers to have fun with their peers, meet some cool female role models in IT and learn more about what life as a tech girl is like!
The girls will learn about careers in the industry, participate in creative games and share afternoon tea together. No previous experience is necessary and all they will need on the day is to bring their own laptop or tablet. Due to limited capacity, please be mindful of the number of adults per girl.
All tech girls will also receive a fabulous showbag to takeaway!
Note the address is 395 Collins Street (67 Queen Street entrance), Melbourne, 3000
Superhero Daughter Day is a not-for-profit event organised by volunteers. The ticket price covers catering and showbags. If for some reason you are unable to purchase a ticket for your superhero due to your circumstances, please get in touch with us directly.
Thank you to Coder Factory Academy and Zendesk, our event sponsors!
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Diverse City Careers
Founded in February 2015 by Gemma Lloyd and Valeria Ignatieva, DCC is a social enterprise helping women pursue rewarding careers, particularly in sectors with high gender inequality rates. Since its conception, DCC has grown rapidly and is now regarded as one of Australia’s leading authorities on gender diversity. The DCC jobs board is Australia’s only exclusive jobs board, meaning employers must be pre-qualified before advertising to ensure they support women’s careers. DCC produces a number of resources on topics such as personal branding, negotiation skills and other areas of professional development.
The organisation also hosts educational events and campaigns in order to raise awareness around gender inequality in Australia. DCC cofounders regularly participate in advocacy events on gender diversity and run community meet-ups and corporate panel sessions along with in-company training. DCC supports a number of industry NFP groups along with donating all proceeds from corporate events to its sister charities.