Noe Munoz started working at Early Childhood Australia by chance, as a part time job whilst she studied. Now, she is their Social Media and Marketing Officer. In this role, she creates and schedules content for social media sites, reports on progress and insights of social media deliverables, investigates new ways to promote the organisation, and researches new technologies and strategies to increase reach and engagement. Due to the significance of these tasks in maintaining brand image, Noe had a lot to gain as a scholarship recipient to Australian Businesswomen’s Network’s Social Media Crash Course, Online Copywriting for Business, and Picture Power webinars, provided in partnership with the Australian Scholarships Foundation. These webinars revealed how to empower a business’s digital media by targeting its audience and keeping customers engaged with resources and information. To better educate participants on social media best practice, the webinars focused on current trends and highlighted examples from leaders in the field. Noe says,
“By implementing the knowledge and ideas I got from undertaking these webinars, my organisation was able to engage more with its target audience and increase its membership base. This increased engagement and support from the sector. The social media community will help my organisation ensure future funding and support from the Government and other organisations.”
She adds, “With this, my organisation will be able to maintain and create programs, resources, and information that will help improve the quality of early childhood education and care services across the country.” Early Childhood Australia is the one of the top early childhood advocacy organisations, acting in the interests of young children, their families and those in the early childhood field. It works with the public sector, government departments, and the early childhood sector to secure the best range of outcomes for young children as they grow and develop. The scholarship was awarded to Noe Munoz on behalf of Early Childhood Australia as part of the Australian Businesswomen’s Network’s partnership with the Australian Scholarships Foundation (ASF). For details of upcoming scholarship programs, visit the ASF website.