At PLEN, Jasmin Tobon learned how to pursue her passions through a career in global policy.
At PLEN, Gionna learned the importance of doing things outside her comfort zone, which ultimately led to an internship at City Hall.
PLEN helped Geovania Guterres Ornai learn more about where she wants her path in global policy to lead.
AT PLEN, Floor found that the international policy field is where all of her career interests can converge.
At the Women in Global Policy seminar, Angela's interest in public policy lead her on a path towards a legal career.
Sophia Angeletti left her PLEN seminar with an increased level of confidence in herself and her abilities.
At the PLEN Women in Global Policy seminar, Allecia Jones learned how to face her imposter syndrome head on.
I attended PLEN’s Women in Global Policy Seminar the summer after completing my junior year at the College of Saint Benedict. As soon as I entered a room full of diverse intelligent women, I knew all the sacrifices made to complete the funding for attending the seminar had been worth it. Every single one of … Continue reading Women Global Leaders Preparing to Run the World
When I found out about the Public Leadership Education Network (PLEN) seminar the summer of 2015, I was excited. I was googling women’s conferences and I found this one. I declared my Women’s Studies major in January 2015, and I wanted to build myself up as a woman leader in my community. I felt one … Continue reading PLEN: A Whirlwind of Experiences
So, you just heard about this awesome opportunity for women in college that offers to help you start networking in D.C., gain professional skills, get hands-on experience in an area you’re interested in starting a career in, and maybe even make a few friends in the process. Awesome! But then you see the price tag. … Continue reading 6 Tips to Crowdfund Your Way to a PLEN Seminar in D.C.