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LEAD On Campus

For those looking to build leadership experience with a lighter commitment, the Women’s Advancement Initiative offers programming open to all students at the University.  Email WomenAdv@hartford.edu if you have interest in becoming a LEAD on Campus student. Those on our email list will be the first to find out about career readiness and leadership workshops, exciting speaker events, and more.

LEAD ON CAMPUS STUDENTS ARE FIRST TO HEAR ABOUT:

For those looking to build leadership experience,
The Women’s Advancement Initiative offers programming open to all female students at the University.
 
LEAD ON CAMPUS
Engaging, Fun and exciting Workshops!
 
The Women’s Advancement Initiative invites you to attend the first LEAD on Campus workshop on September 28th at 4:30p. These workshops are designed to give female students a way to interact, discuss campus, build leadership skills, as well as establish a new network. Learn how to improve your presentation skills, figure out the how to break the impostor syndrome, find the network that already exists around you and to take advantage of opportunities.
 
TO REGISTER EMAIL:
womenadv@hartford.edu
 
Dates to remember:
September 29th
December 8th
February 23rd
April 6th
4:30-6p
In GSU 331
 

Engaging Workshops, Fun Conferences, Exciting Speakers and More!

The Women’s Advancement Inititiave plans events and outings on a monthly basis which are open to all students at the University. These events are designed to give students a way to interact, discuss campus and mainstream topics, build leadership skills, as well as establish a new network of friends and classmates. Students should join our mailing list, check the Gengras student calendar or read UNOTES to find out more.

Community Events and Mentoring Opportunities
The Women’s Advancement Inititiave organizes events open to all students, staff and faculty, as well as the greater Hartford community on certain occasions. In addition to the open events, there are numerous ways to get involved with The Women’s Advancement Inititiave.   One of the most important ways to engage is by mentoring a female student on campus. We welcome ideas for events and new opportunities.  Please contact us to share your ideas.

Join our email list by contacting Shannon Mumley at Womenadv@hartford.edu to find out more about upcoming events!