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We value the impact our female leaders make in both the community on campus and the world at large. For a woman in today’s business world, every challenge is an opportunity. At Bentley, our distinctive curriculum and vibrant community of like-minded young professionals will prepare you to lead, no matter what industry you choose.
The Women's Leadership Program is a four-year leadership program that empowers young women with the essential skills, real-world experiences, and confidence needed to advance into leadership roles. The leaders are selected each year from our First-Year applicants through the regular decision process.
The Center for Women and Business (CWB) is dedicated to advancing women in business, from the classroom to the boardroom. Our student programs include:
- Student Fellowship, offers real-world leadership preparation and understanding of contemporary women's and families' workplace issues.
- Men of Alliance brings together male students interested in gender equity issues and demonstrating active support for their female peers.
- Women's Leadership Community, offers first-year women early exposure to leadership and workplace diversity concerns.
A four-year program that empowers young women with the essential skills, real-world experiences, and confidence needed to advance into leadership roles. Each year, leaders are selected through the First-Year regular decision process. The program includes:
- Leadership and professional skills workshops
- Mentorship and networking opportunities
- Invitations to events lead by leadership experts
- Exposure to organizations where women thrive
SAGE (Students Advocating Gender Equality) is a student-run club that facilitates discussion and support of gender, diversity and other women’s issues, both on and off campus, including:
- An extensive library of educational and recreational resources on women and gender issues
- Space for meeting and campus/community organizing
- Community service opportunities
- Awareness and charity events.
"Wonder Women" questions whether strong heroic female characters in television and cinema help real-life women, or simply reinforce old fantasies and stereotypes.
First-year female students can apply to live on the Women’s Leadership Floor (WLF) and participate in leadership opportunities.
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