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DEVELOPING THE FEMALE TALENT PIPELINE
Partner with NAWO and PATH4 Graduates on a journey that is attracting more female graduates to operational careers and establishing a strong talent pipeline for the future…
Partner with NAWO to build the female talent pipeline in operations!
NAWO in conjunction with PATH4 Graduates has developed a project based, paid internship program for female university students. This initiative aims to attract talented women to operational careers.
NAWO corporate members can apply here to request an intern be specially selected to complete a suitable project in an operational function within their business such as Manufacturing, Procurement, Health and Safety, Packaging, Engineering, Logistics and Warehousing, Freight and Transport, IT, Cost/Management Accounting, Environment etc. Projects must have clearly defined outcomes and objectives, and be able to be completed by the intern on a flexible basis in conjunction with their university studies.
Payroll for interns is managed by PATH4 Graduates and corporate members are invoiced by PATH4 Graduates on a monthly basis. Interns are paid at the award rate relevant for the project and commensurate with their qualifications and experience.
Strengthen your female talent pipeline today. Provide an opportunity for a NAWO Project i Intern.
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NAWO and PATH4 Graduates are proud to partner with a growing number of member organisations to offer Project i internships:
Asahi Beverages, Diageo, Dulux Group, Orora, Yates (part of the DuluxGroup)
Interested but not yet a NAWO member? Find out more about becoming a corporate member here.
MADELEINE GETS TO THE SOURCE IN OPERATIONAL ROLE
Madeleine’s Project i experience with Asahi in Albury took her to the source of supply and efficiency, and opened her eyes to the possibilities of a career in manufacturing…
CINDY GAINS REAL-WORLD EXPERIENCE TO BUILD THE FEMALE TALENT PIPELINE
Cindy’s Project i experience with Diageo provided real world experience in waste management and is on track to add more talent to the female talent pool.
LYN SHINES LIGHT ON WASTE REDUCTION AT ASAHI
With a focused effort on researching waste streams and promoting an awareness to Asahi employees and management, Lyn’s passion for Environmental Engineering shines through.
A PERFECT FINISH FOR PROJECT I AND DULUXGROUP
After completing a four month paid internship in supply chain process improvement, Carly was offered and accepted a full time role on the 2018 National DuluxGroup Graduate Program.