For many years now AusNOG has held its place as THE go to event on the internet industry calendar, yet sadly year after year we see low participation rates from certain sectors of our industry.

IAASysters@AusNOG is a one-day workshop being held prior to AusNOG. It is based on the international systers.org and systers@ietf programs. Sponsored attendees will attend both the IAASysters@AusNOG workshop and AusNOG itself including travel and accommodation (where necessary).

The workshop will include a presentation skills session, targeting a lightning talk to be given at the end of AusNOG, a career planning session and a training session on a technical topic voted for by the attendees.
 
Successful applicants chosen to be a sponsored attendee will receive:
  • Ticket to attend IAASysters@AusNOG workshop 
  • Ticket to attend AusNOG conference 
  • Three nights accommodation
  • Economy airfares to Sydney for interstate participants
  • One-year complimentary Professional membership to IAA (subject to Board approval)
To apply, please complete the application form below addressing the criteria, giving an overview of your current role and a summary of your career aspirations. A statement of endorsement from your management (either a direct supervisor or internal mentor) should be included (if you are unemployed, choose a suitable industry referee).
 
Criteria:
  • Are you an early career internet engineer / technician / product specialist / programmer or re-entering the industry after a career break?
  • Will this be your first time at AusNOG?
  • Are you hoping to have a career in the sector?
  • What do you think is the most satisfying thing about the internet and the internet industry?

Application only open to current Australian residents

We understand that the Covid situation has turned everything topsy turvy. Should the Covid situation prevent us from conducting the IAA Systers program or participating in AusNOG, then we will postpone the event, and all winners will retain the offer of sponsored places.

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1. Please enter your details:

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2. Do you identify as female?

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3. What is your job title?

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4. Overview of your current role:

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5. Are you an early career internet engineer / technician / product specialist / programmer or re-entering the industry after a career break?

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6. Are you hoping to have a career in the sector?

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7. Will this be your first time at AusNOG?

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8. What do you think is the most satisfying thing about the internet and the internet industry?

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9. What technical topic would you like to have included in this training?

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