Babson College Providing Scholarships For Women In MBA Fast Track Program To Attend Women 2.0 Conference In San Francisco
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
Kapor Capital Will Provide 10 Scholarships For Women Of Color To Attend The February 14 Women 2.0 Conference
Apply for a scholarship to attend the Women 2.0 Conference on February 14, 2013 – thanks to Kapor Capital for providing the free tickets for women of color!
By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0)
To generate economic value and positive social impact, Oakland-based investment fund Kapor Capital invests in human capital. Today, Kapor Capital has contributed 10 conference passes – to be awarded to women of color – to attend the upcoming Women 2.0 Conference on February 14 in San Francisco.
Etsy wants to hire 20 women engineers, starts by providing scholarships to Hacker School for women.
By Marc Hedlund (VP Engineering, Etsy)
Today, in conjunction with Hacker School, Etsy is announcing a new scholarship and sponsorship program for women in technology: we’ll be hosting the summer 2012 session of Hacker School in the Etsy headquarters, and we’re providing ten Etsy Hacker Grants of $5,000 each — a total of $50,000 — to women who want to join but need financial support to do so.
Our goal is to bring 20 women to New York to participate, and we hope this will be the first of many steps to encourage more women into engineering at Etsy and across the industry.
The DEMO Conference and Women 2.0 announce a partnership and DEMO’s offerings of multiple scholarship opportunities to enable a select group of companies to launch at DEMO.
The DEMO Scholarship Partner Program will feature a total of 20 full scholarships for bootstrapped companies (valued at $18,500 each).
Of these DEMO scholarships, a minimum of 4 will be dedicated to women entrepreneurs; 10 partial scholarships will be awarded to angel-funded companies and 10 full scholarships will awarded to college students.
DEMO Fall 2011 will take place this September 12-14, 2011 in Silicon Valley. Scholarship application deadline is July 1. Apply now!