2019 COCKTAIL PARTY
2018 CHRISTMAS PARTY
GWQGC hosts delegates for the 2018 AGM
Sisters 4 Success: a GWQ Gold Coast day engaging with Gold Coast high school girls.
Carol Little and Patricia Ruzzene of the Gold Coast branch of Graduate Women Queensland joined 40 students from Gold Coast High Schools (Keebra Park State High School, Queensland Academy for Health Sciences, Ormeau Woods State High School and Elanora State High School) on March 5 to interact with students in thinking about their futures and their careers.
Marie Daix of MCCGC, facilitated the day.
With more than 30 years’ experience, MCCGC is well known and regarded for its role in helping people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds connect with the local community and have equal access to appropriate health and well-being services.
Their Vision – An inclusive community that values cultural diversity
Their Values – They are committed to working cooperatively and observing the principles of access and equity. They value :
Joie de Vivre (joy of life).
Below is a link to the video produced on the day
INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY
Graduate Women Q’ld Inc Gold Coast Branch celebrated International Women’s Day on March 8 2019 at Southport Golf Club, with a breakfast and address made to 50 members and guests. Representatives from Bond University and Griffith University supported this function by hosting tables.
Carol Little welcomed the group, and our very own Patricia Ruzzene was the Guest Speaker.
Southport Golf Club looked after us well as usual and continues to be our preferred venue.