The info below is from our friends at Tomorrow’s Women TODAY: The Boston Women’s Leadership Council:
You’re smart. You’re savvy. You’re skilled. But can we let you in on a little secret? Your classmates and colleagues are too. Amidst an always evolving job market, an uber-competitive applicant pool for internships, and grad school on the horizon, the question every woman should be asking herself is this:
‘How do I differentiate myself?’
The Student Membership program of Tomorrow’s Women TODAY (TWToday) empowers female undergrads to answer this question for themselves.
TWToday is a not-for-profit enriching the Boston business community by providing its members with unparalleled opportunities for mentorship. In January of 2017, Lauren Pimpare, TWToday Founder/President, and Katie Chiffer, TWToday Student Board Representative, launched the organization’s premiere Student Membership program. This program provides the best and brightest of Boston’s undergrads with an opportunity to network, serve, engage, and discover.
Since January 2017, TWToday’s Student Members have:
- Networked with Harvard MBA, veteran tech start-up entrepreneur, and Fortune 500 executive Linda Rossetti at a TWToday Meet the Author event.
- Served at the Greater Boston Food Bank.
- Engaged contacts during a TWToday Under 40 and Taking on the World panel discussion featuring prominent senior executives and businesswomen from Boston’s public, private, and nonprofit sectors.
- Discovered how to differentiate themselves during the first annual TWToday Spring Summit for Undergraduates.
If you want to differentiate yourself as a job applicant, a student, and a leader, apply to be a TWToday Student Member and join an ambitious and driven group of like-minded female undergrads. Female undergrads of all majors and all class years are encouraged to apply for this prestigious professional development opportunity.
Save the Date:
Prospective Student Members should save the date of Thursday, September 28, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. for the launch event of the Student Membership program for the 2017/18 academic year. This event will include a Stand Out Skills to Succeed in Your Career panel discussion featuring industry leaders in personal branding, as well as a book launch celebration for Storytelling in the Digital Age: A Guide for Nonprofits.
Submit by email a cover letter and résumé in PDF to Katie Chiffer no later than Friday, September 15, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. She may be reached at email@example.com. Please subject your email: TWToday Student Membership Application for 2017/18 Academic Year. Also, please email any questions regarding the application process to this same address.
The cost of Student Membership for the 2017/18 academic year is $25. In addition to this membership fee, Student Members may also be asked to pay for the cost of a featured book at no more than two select events.
Accepted applicants will be notified via email by Friday, September 22, 2017 at 5:00 p.m.
Student Member Testimonial:
“Being a Student Member of Tomorrow’s Women TODAY has connected me with a group of dedicated, passionate, and hardworking women that I aspire to be like. It’s a privilege to be in a group like this at such an early stage in my career. I’ve had a wonderful time attending events and getting to know everyone involved in this organization.” –Lauren D.