The nature of work—from where we work, the hours we work, and how we balance work-and-family responsibilities—is swiftly changing. Yet working women continue to struggle for workplace rights and policies that meet their unique needs.
This seminar will discuss the policy implications of these seismic shifts, and how women are fighting discrimination and bias, pushing for national- and state-level policy changes and gaining a stronger voice in the workplace.
Our 2022 Women and Work in America seminar will be a virtual program due to continued concerns regarding COVID-19.
Seminar: Fall 2022
Unfortunately, we have decided to postpone this seminar until Fall 2022. Please look forward to hearing more information about the new date over the summer.
Build your professional network by learning how to effectively maintain professional relationships while connecting with leaders in Washington, DC and in your seminar cohort.
Learn directly from leaders about their recipes for success and return to campus with a better knowledge of available career paths to empower other students on your campus.
Contextualize the knowledge you're gaining in the university classroom, and learn how you can use it in a wide variety of meaningful policy careers after you graduate.
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The seminar fee includes a $125.00 non-refundable registration fee
Ready to attend the seminar? If you attend a member institution, please contact your member representative for registration instructions and promotion codes.