Attend the National Conference for College Women Student Leaders Virtually in May!

The Women’s Center, the College of Business, Analytics, and Communications (CBAC), and the Career Development Center are covering the cost of registration (worth $175) for up to 11 students to attend AAUW’s virtual National Conference for College Women Student Leaders, May 25-26, 2022:

At NCCWSL, you will build your leadership skills across our five core learning objectives:

Leadership development – Develop and strengthen a voice, skill set, and mind-set for leadership.
Professional development – Build a professional tool kit for postgraduate life.
Activism – Learn how, why, and when to take action and be a change maker.
Women’s Issues – Gain a better understanding of local, national, and global issues and policies affecting women and of AAUW’s role in empowering women.
Identity and Diversity – Own their personal identities and roles in increasing and supporting diverse voices.

Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from women movement leaders and activists, network with others across the country, and attend workshops and powerful keynote speakers – all from the comfort of your couch!

In exchange for covering the cost of registration, those selected for sponsorship will connect with our MSUM Marketing team following the conference to make a short video about what they learned from the experience, why it was valuable, and how it contributed to their education (students do not need to be physically on campus this summer to do this). These videos will be posted to social media to inspire more students to engage with AAUW and take advantage of opportunities like the NCCWSL in the future!

In order to be eligible for sponsorship, students must be:

  • Currently enrolled at MSUM during the Spring 2022 semester
  • Of any gender
  • Pursuing any major in any college or program at MSUM

Apply for sponsorship via Dragon Central by Wednesday, May 4:

Students selected for sponsorship will be notified in early May. Questions? Contact the Office of Diversity & Inclusion –