Are you next? New program applications now open!

It's official! Applications for the next Homeward Bound leadership program are open! From Friday 18 August until Friday 25 September 2017, we will be accepting applications from women in science (STEMM) for Homeward Bound #3, a 2018/19 year-long leadership program,...
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Homeward Bound Scholarship Fund

Homeward Bound's vision is to equip a 1000-strong global collaboration of women, within 10 years, with a science background to lead, influence and contribute to policy and decision making as it informs the future of our planet. This vision includes a diverse group of...
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Meet #TeamHB2018 – our current cohort of women!

The hunt is over. We had enough applications to fill multiple ships to Antarctica...but we had to choose just 70 women for Homeward Bound’s next leadership program. With applications from some of the most impressive, intelligent, wise, interesting, courageous women in...
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Greg Mortimer OAM to lead next Homeward Bound Antarctic expedition

Homeward Bound co-founder Fabian Dattner shares her excitement about Greg Mortimer signing up for another Homeward Bound Antarctic voyage as Expedition Leader. It is hard to fathom the impact of this extraordinary man on Homeward Bound 2016, but suffice to say many...
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Antarctica, we love you

Participant Monica Araya writes an ode to Antarctica as she reflects on the end of Homeward Bound's maiden voyage and looks to what's next By the time you read this we will be in Ushuaia so I want to record the sentiment that has invaded the ship in the last hours. I...
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Facing transition: we really are “Homeward Bound” now

Heading into the last leg of the inaugural voyage, strategy faculty member Kit Jackson explains how personal strategy maps support the integration of what has been learned and the transition process back into life post-Homeward Bound We are crossing Drake Passage on...
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Homeward Bound is a groundbreaking leadership, strategic and science initiative for women, set against the backdrop of Antarctica.

The initiative aims to heighten the influence and impact of women with a science background in order to influence policy and decision making as it shapes our planet, within 10 years.

In 2016, Homeward Bound gathered the first 76 of a targeted 1,000 women from around the world, all with critical science backgrounds, to undertake a year-long state-of-the-art program to develop their leadership and strategic capabilities, using science to build conviction around the importance of their voices. The inaugural program culminated in the largest-ever female expedition to Antarctica, in December 2016, with a focus on the leadership of women and the state of the world.

A new cohort of 70 women have now been selected for the second leadership program, which will take place over 12 months and include an Antarctic expedition in February 2018. Join our mailing list to be the first to know about future Homeward Bound news and developments.

 

Make HB possible for #TeamHB18

We truly believe we are stronger together. This year's Homeward Bound cohort is made up of those who are self funded, partly self-funded/work-funded and fully work funded. For those who are self funded, many are raising money for their place. We would love you to look...
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Homeward Bound Scholarship Fund

Homeward Bound's vision is to equip a 1000-strong global collaboration of women, within 10 years, with a science background to lead, influence and contribute to policy and decision making as it informs the future of our planet. This vision includes a diverse group of...
Read More

Meet #TeamHB2018 – our current cohort of women!

The hunt is over. We had enough applications to fill multiple ships to Antarctica...but we had to choose just 70 women for Homeward Bound’s next leadership program. With applications from some of the most impressive, intelligent, wise, interesting, courageous women in...
Read More

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