HB Blog: Follow the journey

Are you next? New program applications opening soon!

It's official! Applications for the next Homeward Bound leadership program are opening next week! From Friday 18 August until Friday 15 September 2017, we will be accepting applications from women in STEMM for Homeward Bound #3, a 2018/19 year-long leadership program,...

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Meet #TeamHB2018 – our new 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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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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Final Antarctic landing: Port Lockroy

Chronicling the final Antarctic landing of the voyage, participant Samantha Grover shares the jolting juxtaposition of civilisation and the Antarctic at Port Lockroy Our last Antarctic landing, Port Lockroy, was a bittersweet morning. As elsewhere, I was enchanted by...

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How I regained my inner voice: Raeanne Miller

In a beautiful and raw reflective blog, participant Raeanne Miller gives a candid insight into some of her leadership learnings from Homeward Bound and the events of days 14 and 15 of the voyage Mother Nature spoke to me yesterday. I was sitting on my rucksack,...

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What Homeward Bound women talk about: day 14

So what do Homeward Bound women talk about when resting on rocks overlooking a glacier as the clouds come in? Heidi Steltzer shares the chats, glaciers, iceberg galaxies, ambition and optimism of day 14 We parked in Andvord Bay today, still waiting for ice in the...

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