This selective program, available to junior and senior women, accepts 25 participants each Fall. Participants in WLP are active leaders in academics, athletics, campus clubs and community organizations. Leadership training and life planning skills specifically for women are incorporated into this eight-week program. The goal of WLP is to provide a forum for women to learn more about themselves as leaders, discuss women’s issues, and gain clarification on career and life goals. Participants meet with speakers from the College, its alumni and the community to address these topics. Women’s Leadership Program is an exciting and impressive addition to your college experience. It promises to be an exciting and dynamic addition to your college experience.
WLP is a non-credit, voluntary program. Women from previous classes have found it to be very beneficial. Their comments have included:
“I absolutely loved it! Every session inspired me in new and unique ways to make changes for the better in my leadership roles, academic role, and personal life.”
“My expectations of the program were in many ways exceeded. I just feel so sure of myself now, like I am in control of my destiny and have so much to look forward to. It inspired me to put even more passion into the things I love.”
“I made some fabulous new friends and learned more about those I already knew on a deeper level. I feel more confident about what the future holds and have thought about what challenges I will face.”
“This program was extremely beneficial to me! Being a senior, I have been struggling with finding a sense of self and trying to become established as my own person. I really feel that this program fostered my development and growth in both my personal and professional life.”
“I learned a lot about myself and am thinking more clearly and consciously about issues that are very important for us as young college women. I would definitely recommend it.”
Women's Leadership Program Application (doc) - Due May 25, 2012.
Sample Schedule (pdf)
Past Participant Remarks (pdf)
For further information, please contact Anne Arseneau, at [[aharse]] or (757) 221-3273.