Information and Eligibility Requirements
This 8-week program supports women founders based in Queensland to develop and supercharge their climate tech startup. Develop skills, knowledge and connections through weekly workshops, presentations, mentoring, and guidance offered by a diverse array of entrepreneurs, investors, industry specialists, and trailblazers committed to supporting your journey.
The fellowship is open to women entrepreneurs in Queensland who are actively working on climate tech solutions, which could include areas such as renewable energy, sustainable agriculture, carbon capture, waste reduction, circular economy and more. Don’t worry, we’re not expecting you to solve climate change on your own! And if you’re new to the climate tech or startup space, this is a great entry point to help you find your feet.
We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women, women from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and women with disability. Companies must be able to cover all travel and accomodation costs.
Have questions? Join us at the Climate Salad Queensland Women in Climate Tech Fellowship Virtual Information Session on 19 September 2023 at 12pm AEST. Register here
If you have any other questions that haven’t been answered here or would like to chat through the application process or program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or book a time here. We’d love to hear from you and help you to decide whether this is the program for you.
Information supplied will be used by Climate Salad staff, approved assessors and delivery partners to evaluate program eligibility. Information will not be shared beyond this group and will remain confidential at all times.Applicants should note that successful applicants, agreed outcomes, and the level of funding awarded may be published by the Queensland Government. Some information may be used to promote funded projects. Your personal information will not be disclosed to any other third party without your consent, unless required by law or for the purposes of the Information Privacy Act 2009.For audit purposes, the Queensland Government is required to retain the applications and other supplied supporting material. The provisions of the Right to Information Act 2009 apply to documents in the possession of the Queensland Government.
We see a world where Australian climate tech startups create an outsized global impact.
By 2030, we will help 1,000 climate tech companies with 10 reaching global scale.