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Young Women’s Mentoring Workshops


Throughout the year


18-25 years










Platform 81 (81 Albert Street, Mordialloc 3195)


Our Young Women’s Mentoring Workshops are hosted throughout the year and provide opportunities for young women to engage with other women who are experts in their fields, sharing their stories, decision making processes and insights into their career journeys. The workshops are designed to create networking opportunities enabling young women to connect and cultivate supportive environments to better support each other professionally.

Interested to attending our Young Women’s Mentoring Workshops?

To take part in our Young Women’s Mentoring Workshops, you must be:
– Female or identify as female
– Between the ages of 18 and 25
– Connected to the City of Kingston (live, work, study); and
– Complete a Participation Form

If you have questions, contact our Youth Team on 1300 369 436 or send our team an email.

Upcoming workshops:

Workshop 1: Bronwyn Currie
Saturday 18 March
11am to 1pm
Activist, politician for the Animal Justice Party (AJP) and Kingston Woman of the Year. Bronwyn has been passionate about animals her entire life. Join us for our first workshop and hear from Bronwyn about how she made her career decisions, what inspired her passions and some valuable insights from her experiences.

Workshop 2: Kim Bullock
Saturday 1 April
11am to 1pm
A local business owner and health and fitness boss lady! Kim has had weight loss studies all over Australia, Thailand and Vietnam but now calls Mordialloc home. Kim runs Fernwood Fusion, which is Fernwood Fitness’s first boutique-style concept which encompasses Yoga, Pilates, Meditation, Barre, FusionX and Women’s wellness workshops.


Our Young Women’s Mentoring Workshops are supported by the Victorian Government Engage! program. The Victorian Government is committed to supporting young people to realise their full potential by providing access to programs that focus on improving skills, career pathways and community engagement. Through the initiatives created by the Engage! program, young people are provided the opportunity to participate in a wide range of activities and projects that meet their individual goals and aspirations.