Do you like organizing parties?
Do you like networking with your peers?
Do you like presenting speakers new and exciting ideas?
Well, nominating yourself for a spot on the USC Women in Management Board might be right for you!
Feel free to contact Stacy Patterson to nominate yourself for role on the WIM Board this coming year. If you’d like more information about all this WIM wonderfulness, please take a look at our Board and Board Members on this webpage http://www.uscwim.org/officerdir.asp and feel free to contact any one of us to discuss your potential future on the WIM Board should you decide to throw your very chic hat in the ring this year.
But don’t delay! Time is running out to nominate yourself for an exciting adventure on the WIM Board.
You do have to be a WIM member to stand for a WIM Board Member position, so…
It’s fun and easy.
Please join us for one of two free brown-bag lunch workshops to learn more about how to apply to WIM’s newest program:
Financial Support Initiative
University Park Campus
Tuesday, November 15, 2016
12:00 to 1:00 pm
Von KleinSmid Center, Room 261
Health Sciences Campus
Friday, November 18, 2016
12:00 to 1:00 pm
Norris Medical Library, East Conference Room
In keeping with its mission and vision, WIM offers its members the opportunity to apply for financial support in pursuitof professional development for the advancement of professional goals.Examples of possible opportunities include (but are not limited to):
. Career-related seminars and conferences
. Books or tuition for an ongoing or upcoming degree program
. Continuing education or professional certification courses
RSVP for either workshop athttp://www.uscwim.org/calendar.asp
Reservations accepted until 10:00am the day of the event. For more information, visit the Financial Support Initiative web page (http://www.uscwim.org/inner.asp?ItemID=36), or contact Kerry Etheridge at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Women in Management (WIM) was formed in 1979 in response to the need for an organization for women in leadership positions at USC, and to address the issues of increased representation of women in responsible positions, equal pay for men and women holding similar positions, and the provision of a forum in which women could develop leadership skills. The purpose of the organization remains to provide a forum for communication, professional development, and career opportunities for women at USC.
To qualify, an applicant must be re-entering or continuing school in order to learn a marketable skill which will lead to economic self-sufficiency. The applicant must be a woman 35 years of age or older for whom the opportunity to return to school will lead to economic independence. The applicant can be either married or single, with or without children.
The Laura Bush 21st Century Librarian Program (LB21) supports professional development, graduate education and continuing education to help libraries and archives develop the human capital capacity they need to meet the changing learning and information needs of the American public. For FY16, there are two Laura Bush 21st Century Librarian Program funding opportunities with two separate deadlines. In addition to the opportunity described in this Notice of Funding Opportunity, an additional LB21 funding opportunity was announced in September 2015 with an application submission due date in October 2015.
The Roslyn S. Jaffe Awards is a not-for-profit program that gives financial awards to everyday heroes who are making the world a better place for women and children, specifically in the areas of health, education, social reform and esteem. These awards honor the lifelong contributions of Roslyn S. Jaffe.
“The Foundation’s original charter grants to the Trustees broad discretion to consider support for charitable, scientific, literary and educational areas. The Trustees may elect to give special emphasis to any one or more of these endeavors and may change its emphasis from time to time. However, for all of its history, the Foundation’s primary focus has been on support of private colleges and universities, particularly in California.”
The Fletcher Jones Foundation (NOT the car dealership)
“The I Could Do Great Things Foundation doesn’t just fund great ideas. In addition to an idea, you have to have a concrete plan and a serious commitment. We want to understand what Great Things you intend to do, how you are going to do Great Things and how the money that you get will lead to Great Things.”
I Could Do Great Things
“The American Association of University Women is accepting applications for its Career Development Grants program, which assists women who, through additional higher education, technical training, or participation in a professional development institute, are making career changes, seeking to advance in their current careers, or re-entering the workforce. Deadline: December 15, 2015”
AAUW Accepting Applications for Career Development Grants