IS IT YOUR TIME? APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN FOR OUR FOURTH PROGRAM!

It’s happening! One of the most exciting times in the Homeward Bound calendar is upon us - applications for our fourth Homeward Bound leadership program are now open! From Wednesday 18 April until Friday 18 May 2018 (10am AEST), we will be accepting applications from...

NEW LEADERSHIP MINDSET: #TEAMHB CORRESPONDENT ISABEL ZHANG ZHANG

During the second Homeward Bound voyage we’re bringing you stories from before and after the voyage of more than 20 of the participants, plus members of the leadership team, in their words and pictures. #TeamHB2018 have been back on dry land for exactly four weeks and...

HOPE BURNS FROM WITHIN: #TEAMHB CORRESPONDENT SUE MAUGER

During the second Homeward Bound voyage we’re bringing you stories from before and after the voyage of more than 20 of the participants, plus members of the leadership team, in their words and pictures. The second Homeward Bound Antarctic voyage has come to an end and...

FINALLY, HOMEWARD BOUND: #TEAMHB CORRESPONDENT FERN WICKSON

During the second Homeward Bound voyage we’re bringing you stories from the ship of more than 20 of the participants, plus members of the leadership team, in their words and pictures. The Homeward Bound Antarctic voyage has come to an end and #TeamHB2018 are now on...

FEMALE SUPERHEROS OF SCIENCE IN ANTARCTICA: #TEAMHB CORRESPONDENT LEE CONSTABLE

During the second Homeward Bound voyage we’re bringing you stories from the ship of more than 20 of the participants, plus members of the leadership team, in their words and pictures. Whilst the voyage to Antarctica is the peak of the Homeward Bound program, the...

CONFLUENCE OF ART AND SCIENCE: #TEAMHB CORRESPONDENT JESSICA BRAINARD

During the second Homeward Bound voyage we’re bringing you stories from the ship of more than 20 of the participants, plus members of the leadership team, in their words and pictures. TeamHB2018 are now officially on their journey home from the Antarctic Peninsula. As...

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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 (STEMM) backgrounds, to undertake a year-long state-of-the-art leadership program. 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 second cohort of 78 women have recently completed their 12-month leadership program and Antarctic expedition in March 2018, and our third cohort of women in STEMM are currently undertaking the program. Join our mailing list to be the first to know about future Homeward Bound news and developments, including the recruitment of our fourth cohort – applications now open!

IS IT YOUR TIME? APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN FOR OUR FOURTH PROGRAM!

It’s happening! One of the most exciting times in the Homeward Bound calendar is upon us - applications for our fourth Homeward Bound leadership program are now open! From Wednesday 18 April until Friday 18 May 2018 (10am AEST), we will be accepting applications from...

NEW LEADERSHIP MINDSET: #TEAMHB CORRESPONDENT ISABEL ZHANG ZHANG

During the second Homeward Bound voyage we’re bringing you stories from before and after the voyage of more than 20 of the participants, plus members of the leadership team, in their words and pictures. #TeamHB2018 have been back on dry land for exactly four weeks and...

HOPE BURNS FROM WITHIN: #TEAMHB CORRESPONDENT SUE MAUGER

During the second Homeward Bound voyage we’re bringing you stories from before and after the voyage of more than 20 of the participants, plus members of the leadership team, in their words and pictures. The second Homeward Bound Antarctic voyage has come to an end and...

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