The Plenary is an online community blog for PLEN alumnae and supporters to mentor, collaborate, and share essential professional and life lessons they’ve learned during and after their PLEN seminars.
At the PLEN Women in Global Policy seminar, Allecia Jones learned how to face her imposter syndrome head on.
At the PLEN Women in STEM Policy seminar, Sina Kim connected with strong and intelligent women from around the country.
At the PLEN Women in Public Policy seminar, Rutgers grad student Marina Feldman learned about positive impact and mutual support.
While at PLEN, Kristen learned that she doesn't want to pursue a career in public policy, but learned how she can stay civically engaged in many other ways.
Before I attended the PLEN Women and Congress Seminar, I was set on following the road map to becoming a New York State Senator. I felt that this was one of the best ways that I could make a direct impact and serve the needs of the state that I grew up in. However, after … Continue reading PLEN Taught Me That It’s Okay to Have Seven Careers
Attending the PLEN Women in STEM Policy seminar showed Jayla that she could follow a winding career path that included all of her interests.
Haley O'Brien shares her initial questions about PLEN and what she learned during her week in Washington, DC.
During the PLEN Women in STEM Policy seminar, Isabel learned that her passion and drive means more than her major.
Olivia Eggers reflects on what inspired her to intern with PLEN and the goals she wants to achieve this semester.
At the Women in STEM Policy seminar, Cierra Cowley learned about the various career paths in policy she can take as an electrical engineering major.