Victorians with a disability will have the opportunity to become leaders in their community thanks to a new program aiming to empower and increase confidence.
In partnership with Leadership Victoria and the Disability Leadership Institute, the Disability Leadership Program offers scholarships, mentoring, role shadowing and networking for Victorians with a disability to gain valuable leadership development and training.
Minister for Housing, Disability and Ageing Martin Foley today opened applications for a range of scholarships and development opportunities, as part of the Disability Leadership Program.
“We want to see more people with a disability in leadership positions in our community to help influence change.”
The program is free of charge and encourages people with all levels of leadership experience to apply.
To find out more about this exciting program and details on how to apply, visit the Leadership Victoria website.