The 4W Women & Wellbeing Initiative seeks a student with interest and/or background in philanthropy to provide assistance related to a women and philanthropy leadership project. Skills in research, strong writing, and administrative support are needed. Basic PPT skills and interpersonal skills are also required.
The application deadline is March 1st and applicants should send resumes, cover letters, and writing samples to firstname.lastname@example.org.
4W Leadership Circle is a collective of leaders from a range of fields, working to make life better for women and make the world better for all.
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Rebecca Blank, PhD
Chancellor, University of Wisconsin-Madison
“The School of Human Ecology, the Global Health Institute and the Department of Gender and Women’s Studies have created 4W with a strong partnership that brings together top researchers from many fields to focus on one central question: How do we harness the power of scientific knowledge to improve the lives of women around the world? This program can have a deep and lasting impact on women, their families and their communities. And by creating international leadership and service learning opportunities for our students, 4W will inspire a new generation of scholars dedicated to women’s health and well-being.”
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“When women suffer, everyone suffers – men, children, communities and families. The challenges facing women in Wisconsin and around the globe are multifaceted, thorny, and stubborn. Big problems need big thinkers. The 4W Initiative brings together alumni, students, innovators, philanthropists, entrepreneurs, and communities to find answers where none exist, and to do so with empathy. That’s why I am proud to be part of this initiative, and excited about the future.”
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