The Center for Women and Business (CWB) offers a Fellowship for approximately 20 male and female undergraduate students each spring semester. The program provides men and women real-world leadership preparation through an exploration of current workplace diversity issues and best practices, with an emphasis on gender.
As a CWB Fellow, you delve into issues such as the millennial generation’s impact on the workplace, managing confidence, the benefits of gender balance, gender intelligence, unconscious bias, men as allies, the wage gap, mentorship and sponsorship, and strategic authenticity.
We are accepting applications through October 31, 2017.
Participate in a series of educational events including roundtable and panel discussions, mentor circles, corporate visits, and targeted conferences.
The program includes:
- Welcome Brunch
- Forums Addressing Gender Equity Issues and Workplace Dynamics
- Meetings with Corporate Mentors
- Corporate Visits
- Community Events
- Boston-based Events
- Student Final Presentations
Open to sophomores, juniors, and seniors in good standing
Spring Semester - February through May
To apply for the Fellowship, write a 500-700 word essay describing why you are interested in participating. The essay may include information about personal, academic or employment experiences that have informed your views and interest in participating. The essay may also include personal goals for the Fellowship.
Applications accepted through October 31st. Email your essay to Dorothy Polatin, CWB Student Program Coordinator.
CWB Fellowship Historian
The CWB Fellowship offers one $500 scholarship to a student who will serve as the CWB Fellowship Historian. After being accepted to the program, students may apply for the scholarship. The Historian will record the knowledge and experience that all Fellows have captured through participation in the Fellowship.
- Manage the CWB Fellowship reflection blog. This includes summarizing responses by CWB Fellows to reflection questions.
- Post online journal entries to the CWB Fellowship reflection blog about current news.
- Contribute to the CWB Instagram account.
- At the end of the program, develop an 8-12 page analysis paper of the program using the Fellowship blog posts and the Historian's journal entries.
Scholarship application details are provided upon acceptance to the CWB Fellowship Program.
Contact Dorothy Polatin, Student Program Coordinator
Stop by The Center for Women and Business in LaCava 298