Saturday, March 7, 2015 – Purdue University, Stewart Center
WLI aims to inspire those who attend to contribute to a global society in which women are equal, active leaders and citizens. By providing participants with the knowledge, skills and ability to affect change, we hope to create a better campus, a better community, a better world.
Open to all students interested in running for office and/or expanding their leadership and promoting women in office and leadership.
A world in which PURDUE WOMEN LEAD
2 Tracks – 1 Amazing Opportunity
Elect Her Track
Interested in running for office? Interested in gaining networking and communication skills? Looking for ideas on self-advocacy in the workplace? Apply for the Elect Her track! Apply at purdue.edu/electher by Wednesday February 11.
Elect Her track is FREE to accepted students Funded by the American Association of University Women (AAUW) and Running Start.
Interested in developing your leadership capacity? Interested in learning more about issues that are affecting women and are in need of leadership? Sign up for the General track!
Full and partial scholarships available! E-mail email@example.com for information on scholarships.
The Butler Center | Civic Engagement and Leadership Development | LGBTQ Center
Purdue AAUW Student Organization | Student Activities and Organizations
Co-Curricular Transcript (CCT)
The Co-Curricular Transcript (CCT) is a record of a Purdue University-West Lafayette campus student’s co-curricular involvement and leadership experiences. Students can utilize the CCT for various purposes such as: a record of involvement at Purdue; to supplement applications to graduate school, scholarships, or campus jobs; an aid in “telling your story” or developing an elevator pitch for interviews and networking, assist in the development of resumes, considering career path, and as a tool to plan personal goals and manage time.
In partnership with the North American Interfraternity Conference and the National Panhellenic Conference, Gallup researched whether or not membership in a fraternity or sorority helps to provide the experiences that increase the odds of having a great job and a great life. This report, based on data collected through the Gallup-Purdue Index, details the positive relationships between membership and all of the key life experiences. We would like to credit the leadership of Purdue University, Gallup, the North American Interfraternity Conference and the National Panhellenic Conference for their help in demonstrating the value of fraternity and sorority in higher education! For more details, read the full Gallop/Purdue Study.
The Student Activities and Organizations office promotes being involved on campus – the “Swipes Guy” gives it a new twist to being involved. Check out this new video encouraging people everywhere to B-Involved and let us know what you think of it! Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube link for constant video updates!
Your link to involvement at Purdue. BoilerLink has robust functionality that helps in joining and managing organizations, recruiting members, publicizing events, and enhancing your co-curricular experience.