We Need a Change

The 2016 election, the largest women’s march in history and the #metoo movement have brought to light the reality that women’s equality is far from being reached.

Women are a minority of the workforce (46.8%) and women are a smaller minority of CEO positions at S&P companies (5.2%).
Women are still a minority in the US Congress (23.4% in the House of Representative and 25% of the 100 Senate seats).
No woman has held the position of president in the US, despite 14 other countries that have elected a woman as head of state.
A country needs to invest in its women. The value of human capital – the share of human capital in
total wealth – is 62 percent. That’s four times the value of produced capital and 15 times the value
of natural capital. Historically, education has been a catalyst for positive change. No country can achieve sustainable economic development without substantial investment.
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​Women attending women only colleges are more successful in their careers than women attending
coed colleges. They tend to hold higher positions, are happier, and earn more money.

Preparation

81% of women’s college graduates felt well-prepared for their first job verses 65% of women graduates from public universities.​

Leadership

Women’s college graduates make up less than 2% of college graduates BUT comprise more than 20% of women in Congress and 33% of women on Fortune 100 company boards.

Confidence

Students attending women’s colleges are 1.5 times more likely to major in math, science, or pre-med, historically male dominate majors.​

Women: What do you need out of your education?

We are developing an online learning community that models the education, support and empowerment that those women lucky enough to attend women’s only colleges have received, but we need your help! Please take our quick survey to help us understand how to best serve your needs.
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