M4DLink digest Mentoring program for women
Applications are open for the M4DLink Women in Resources Mentoring Program. Female alumni working in extractives who would like support to become an effective leader, guidance on dealing with workplace challenges and career advice please apply by November 17th. To apply, you need to be a member of M4DLink.
M4DLink is a global, active, online community, where Mining for Development (M4D) alumni, faculty, and experts can collaborate with peers to influence policy and effect change through networking, innovative problem-solving, and sharing expertise. The M4D Community is open to alumni and faculty who have participated in study tours, short courses, fellowships and scholarships funded by Australian Aid and delivered by:
- International Mining for Development Centre (IM4DC)
- Australia-Africa Partnerships Facility (AAPF)
- Australia Awards program including the Australia Awards for Africa Program.
If you are eligible to join the M4DLink website and would like to register, please visit https://m4dlink.org
Winners of Call for Proposals
Mozzies Association Ties and Scarves for SALE!
The Mozzies Association has men’s silk ties and women’s silk scarves available for sale! They have been especially produced for the Mozzies Association and feature a very unique design of horse and kangaroo motifs.
Men’s Ties: 25,000 T
Women’s Scarves: 40,000T
If you are interested in purchasing a scarf or tie please contact email@example.com and we will also be selling them at all upcoming Mozzies events. Make sure to grab yours before they are all gone!
An Evening with Brendan Coyne, Australian Consul-General and Trade Commissioner OCTOBER 29, 2015
On Thursday October 29, recently appointed Australian Consul-General and Trade Commissioner Mr Brendan Coyne, presented to over 40 Mozzies members and friends at an event held at IT Park. Brendan introduced his role in the Consulate and the Consulate’s role within Mongolia. He also spoke about the importance of the strong relationship between Mongolia and Australia and updated members on new and upcoming initiatives.
Executive Director Ariunaa, presented Brendan with his own Mozzies tie and he took many questions from an interested audience. The evening concluded with networking and light refreshments.
New Graduate Seminar – JUNE 20 2015
On Saturday June 20, Mozzies held the first of this year’s New Graduate Seminars at UB2-Hotel in Terelj National Park. The seminar was attended by Neville Saunderson, Program Manager of Australia Awards Mongolia, AAM staff members, Mozzies members, recent graduates and family members. It was great to get out of the city for a change of pace and scenery.
The morning featured presentations from Executive Director Ariunaa along with three recently returned graduates who shared their professional knowledge.
Following this session, lunch was served and then we made the short hike up the hill to film the final scenes for the soon-to-be-revealed Mozzies film.
The evening concluded with khorkhog, laughter and a bus ride home full of beautiful Mongolian singing. Thank you to everyone who attended and assisted in the planning of the event.
A second New Graduate Seminar will be held later this year; more information will follow in the coming months.
Knowledge Sharing Seminar: Sustainable Development in IT – June 13 2015
On Wednesday June 13, Mozzies held the first session in their Knowledge Sharing Seminar Series, on the topic of Sustainable Development in IT. Held at IT Park, the seminar saw four Mozzies members present on their own particular area of interest within sustainable development in IT.
IT officer, Ministry of Road and Transportation
Executive Director, Intec LLC and Mozzies
Director General, National IT Park
A panel discussion followed the presentations. The seminar was very well attended and its success has prompted us to continue this series into 2015-2016. If you are interested in presenting on your area of professional expertise please let our Communications Officer Sarah Bown know at firstname.lastname@example.org
Joint Board Meeting with Austcham Mongolia
Austcham Mongolia was founded in 2013 and has since been the key party in providing Australian companies with the information, resources and contacts they need to succeed in Mongolia’s emerging economy.
As we hold very similar values in promoting a strong Australia-Mongolia relationship, we recently held a joint board meeting with Austcham to discuss how we could deepen our cooperation.
We discussed shared invitations to events run by both organisations and the networking opportunities this would provide to both of our membership groups. Austcham regularly holds their monthly sundowner drinks on the first Thursday of every month and welcomes all Mozzies members. We will distribute information about additional events in the future.
Introducing New Mozzies Website
A project of the 2014-2015 Mozzies Alumni Program was redevelop and update our website. Following close consultation and updating of content we are pleased to announce it is now complete.
Members can find the new site now live at www.mozzies.mn
Annual Conference 2015
This year’s annual conference was held on March 25 at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, with over 50 members attending.
The conference began with reports from Executive Director Ariunaa and Treasurer Oyungerel.
Following this, lengthy discussion was had about the proposed activities for Mozzies Alumni Program and approval was sought for changes to Board processes and procedures.
Membership was also discussed and new members officially welcomed.
To conclude the event, several Mozzies members delivered presentations on their professional interests.
Thank you to all members who attended and contributed to this important annual event.
Mozzies AVID Volunteer
Mozzies has a long history of hosting volunteers through the Australian Volunteers for International Development (AVID) Program funded by DFAT and managed by Scope Global.
Earlier this year we farewelled Blake McDermott and thanked him for his hard work and contribution to the Mozzies team. Following Blake’s departure we welcomed our new volunteer Sarah Bown. Sarah is from Adelaide, South Australia and has worked in marketing and communications roles for the last 3 years across the IT and education industries. Sarah will be with us until early next year in the role of Communications Officer.
ANZAC Day Ceremony
DFAT and Austrade hosted a dawn service for ANZAC Day on April 25th. This year was particularly poignant as we celebrated the 100th anniversary. Mozzies kindly donated a wreath in remembrance of the Australian and New Zealand soldiers killed at war. Thank you to all Mozzies members who attended the service.
Call for Proposals/Papers
Call for Papers: Research Papers
As part of the Mozzies Alumni Program we will be developing an online Learning Centre, designed to help members share and publicize their research through a digital library. In order to populate the library we are calling for members to submit their research papers for inclusion. A small compensation amount will be available to members whose papers are successfully accepted. For guidelines or more information please contact Sarah Bown at email@example.com
Call for Proposals: Learning Centre Database Development
We are also calling for companies or individuals to submit a proposal to develop the online database for the Learning Centre. For guidelines or more information about the project please contact Sarah Bown at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mozzies Alumni Program (MAP) Update
Recently, Mozzies Associated submitted their Activity Report for the 2014-2015 Mozzies Alumni Program. We would like to thank all members who contributed to the running and planning of events and all of those who attended and helped make the activities a success.
Planning is almost complete on the MAP implementation plan for 2015-2016 and we will be releasing this shortly. We hope all members will respond as enthusiastically as last year and continue to help make the MAP program a high quality and worthwhile addition to our Mozzies activities.
2015 Memberships Fees
If you have not already, please remember to pay your 50,000T membership fee for 2015. This small contribution allows you to attend many Mozzies activities at a discount or for free and ensures you will be kept up to date with all the latest information.
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