The Center for Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership (CWEL), based at Babson College, provides opportunities for women to act entrepreneurially, transform their aspirations into reality, and create social and economic value for themselves and others.
By Linda Woods (Marketing & Communications, Babson College)
In support of their mission, CWEL is offering ten (10) full scholarships to the upcoming Women 2.0 Conference to the women of their MBA Fast Track Program located at Babson’s San Francisco campus. The scholarships are being offered as part of CWEL’s “Reverse Commute” program which provides financial support for graduate students to attend conferences in order to build networks and access role models in the entrepreneurial ecosystem.
“The Women 2.0 Conference is invaluable to the effort of increasing the number of women in the C-suites at tech companies,” says Susan Duffy, the Executive Director of CWEL. “Providing scholarships to this important conference is just one of the ways the Center for Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership is educating and empowering women technology entrepreneurs.”
To learn more about Babson College:
- Center for Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership
- Executive Education Programs
- The Arthur M. Blank Center for Entrepreneurship
Women 2.0 readers: Will your company, organization or school sponsor women to attend the Women 2.0 Conference for a full day of networking, learning and inspiration?
About the guest blogger: Linda Woods manages marketing communications for Babson College’s Center for Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership (CWEL). CWEL is dedicated to educating and celebrating women entrepreneurial leaders of all kinds by providing high impact educational programs, creating powerful collaborations, and funding and disseminating research. Prior to CWEL, she spent 15 years in marketing roles at software startups in Boston. Follow her on Twitter at @LWoodsy.