DCC & TGM Present: Superhero Daughter Day!

Superhero Daughter Day is back! Join us as we explore the exciting world of STEM. Tickets are $20 for girls aged 5-12 (adults are free). Choose your city to read more and book tickets:

Adelaide (March 3) -  SOLD OUT, waitlist available
Sydney (March 10) -  SOLD OUT, waitlist available
Brisbane (March 10) - 
SOLD OUT, waitlist available
Hobart (March 17)
Perth (March 24)  -SOLD OUT, waitlist available
Melbourne (March 24) - SOLD OUT, waitlist available
Auckland (March 24)  - SOLD OUT, waitlist available

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Superhero Daughter Day is an initiative by DCC Jobs and Tech Girls Movement to encourage primary  school aged  girls to get excited about  STEM . Held in March throughout various locations, the event is a unique International Women’s Day Celebration (IWD) celebration. The idea came to us in 2016, when we were searching for an alternative to the morning tea/lunch event options, and decided to create a  hands on  event for our next generation of women in tech. 

Watch the below video from our Brisbane event in 2018 at TechnologyOne. 

Together with partner  organisations  across Australia and New Zealand, the event introduces girls aged 5-12 years to the exciting world of  STEM  through engaging activities and workshops. On a Saturday afternoon, the girls participate in a range of activities, including:
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      • Building robots
      • Exploring Virtual and Augmented Reality
      • Fashion technology and wearables
      • Learning how to design an app and much more!

      The girls also have an opportunity to meet inspiring female role models, enjoy cupcakes and receive a goodie bag to take home. Check out the photos from our 2017 events on Facebook.

      Since its inception in 2016, the event has engaged over 1,000 superheroes and their parents/guardians. Beginning as a one-off event  in Brisbane in 2016, Superhero Daughter Day took place in 9 cities in Australia and in Auckland, NZ in 2017.  

      Read more: 10 Fun Activities to Inspire Your #TechGirl after Superhero Daughter Day

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      How can you get involved in Superhero Daughter Day 2018?

      Become a sponsor:

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      Take the opportunity to sponsor one of Australia’s most impactful IWD events. Your organisation will have the opportunity to make a real difference where it matters the most; our next generation. Spots are limited so please get in touch with us if interested.


      We are looking for people to help with various tasks leading up to the event as well as during the event. You will join an engaged team of dedicated volunteers to help make Superhero Daughter Day an incredible day for the girls! Please fill out this form if you are interested in volunteering.

      About DCC Jobs

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      DCC Jobs is a jobs board with a difference! We pre-screen employers on paid parental leave, pay equity, flexible working arrangements and much more. This information is not publicly listed elsewhere and is an essential tool in your job search when assessing employers.

      About Tech Girls Movement

      Founded by Dr Jenine Beekhuyzen in 2014, the Tech Girls Movement, is a non-profit organisation promoting positive female information technology role models to encourage and raise awareness of technology careers options for girls. For more 

      info click here

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