These young women are our Rising Stars of the future and are currently studying at School, College or University or starting their careers on a recognised Training Programme or Apprenticeship.
They may not realise just how good they are! They may be doing something extraordinary in their spare time, have overcome challenges and they are definitely the ones to watch in the future. These young women deserve recognition for their achievements, ability, drive and determination. This award is not all about academic achievement but recognises other achievements too.
If you know a young woman who deserves to be recognised then please Enter her for an Award today. The closing date for entries for the Rising Star Category is 4.00pm on Friday 17th March. (This category will not be interviewed) Enter now…Rising Star Entry Form. Finalist will be announced week commencing 20th March.
Woman Who…Rising Star in Education or Training
You will be studying at School, College or University, or undertaking a recognised training programme or Apprenticeship. You will be a true asset to your educational establishment or employer. You are successful in your studies and you are really going places in the future with your chosen career. You truly deserve the recognition for your achievements to date both inside and outside of your chosen study.
Guidelines for Entry: This Category will not be interviewed. You therefore need to ensure that you tell us all about you, your goals, your career aspirations and any achievements to date. If you have an unusual hobby, you do work in the community or have undergone any special training please tell us. The Judges don’t want a CV or a UCAS statement, they want to know about the real you.
Last year’s winners:
“I was pleasantly surprised when I was nominated for this award by my lecturer; Emily Keal. It means a lot to me and has improved my self-belief and confidence. I enjoyed the awards ceremony as it was a new and unique experience for me and the various speeches from the presentations have inspired me to push myself further and achieve bigger and better things.
Thank you for the award.”
Lucy Reynolds, Warwickshire College Sponsored by Online Toolbox
“I was very pleased with the award; it was a privilege to be recognised by both WMG and Woman Who, for recognising my hard work and progress I have gained from attending WMG Academy. My parents and family were extremely proud of me receiving the award.”
Krushma, Bosamia, WMG Academy for Young Engineers Sponsored by Alsters Kelley Solicitors