NCCWSL Grad School Fair is a Great Value for Colleges Looking to Recruit Top Women Leaders

Message from Maria Pascucci, founder and president of Campus Calm:
As a speaker at the National Conference for College Women Student Leaders (NCCWSL) in 2011, I had the opportunity to attend the Grad School Fair and would highly recommend it to any college who is looking to interact with and recruit the next generation of top women leaders. NCCWSL makes it easy and affordable to expand your outreach efforts to women who are looking to pursue higher education, taking the next step to attend graduate school. It’s all set up in a casual environment to ensure one-on-one interactions and open dialogue. See below for details from my friend Christina Soto, Graduate School Fair Coordinator:

Grad Fair Info:
It isn’t easy to find America’s brightest young leaders, let alone get their undivided attention. Unless, of course, the National Conference for College Women Student Leaders (NCCWSL) has already done it for you!

Join past attendees such as Johns Hopkins, Carnegie Mellon, and Thunderbird Global School of Management, Friday, June 1, 2012 from 11:30a.m. to 1:30p.m. at The University of Maryland, College Park Campus for NCCWSL’s 2nd annual Graduate School Fair (GSF) and Lunch. You will reach more than 500 undergraduate women who have been identified as leaders on and off their college campus, a highly targeted market for today’s graduate programs. More than 50 percent of the attendees are women of color, and they come from varying strata of campus and off-campus leadership including sororities, university clubs, student government and community service.

You can meet your target audience one on one at a time when attendees are thinking about the next step in their professional development. In addition to your exhibit table at the fair, your program will be granted one-time access to the attendee list for either a pre- or post- conference reach out. Your school’s name on the NCCWSL site will be hyperlinked to your website, providing direct access to any students, not just NCCWSL attendees, who have been directed to the Conference site by our emails.

To find out more about this incredible opportunity to recruit women leaders for your graduate program, contact me at or 202-785-7714. We look forward to working with your school this year!

-Christina Soto
Graduate School Fair Coordinator
AAUW, 1111 Sixteenth St. NW, Washington, DC 20036
p. 202.785.7714 | f. 202.463.7169 | CFC #11319

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