ACS offers CIO mentorship to members

NSW senior techies to get business smarts

The Australian Computer Society (ACS) NSW branch is offering five sponsorships for a mentoring program designed to give a business edge to techies.

The sponsorships will place the chosen senior ICT professionals under the wing of experienced CIOs through a 12-month program run by the CIO Executive Council.

ACS NSW branch chairman Patrick Wilson said the sponsorships will open opportunities and benefit the careers of its members.

“This is a fantastic opportunity for up and coming ICT professionals to further develop their skills by being sponsored to attend a specialised 12-month professional leadership development program which brings together best practice, thought leadership and customised CIO mentoring,” Wilson said in a written statement.

The ACS called on its senior ICT members to nominate for sponsorship, which will be decided by a panel of senior Australian CIOs.

Those wishing to nominate candidates for the The Pathways Program can download the nomination forms before February 3. The program commences February 9 this year.

The CIO Executive Council is part of the IDG Group.

Join the newsletter!


Sign up to gain exclusive access to email subscriptions, event invitations, competitions, giveaways, and much more.

Membership is free, and your security and privacy remain protected. View our privacy policy before signing up.

Error: Please check your email address.

Tags CIO Executive Councilacsmentoring

More about Australian Computer SocietyAustralian Computer Society

Show Comments