We're Giving Away $1,500 So You Can Become a Boss Lady

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If you want to hone your skills and become an empowered female leader, we know the perfect opportunity that will help pave the way for your future success — and we’ll even give you $1,500 to make it happen!

Imagine spending this summer just outside of Boston with easy access to the one of the oldest cities in America and all its sites. You’ll have the exclusive opportunity to join a group of dynamic women and top scholars who want to shed their wisdom on you through engaging courses from a liberal arts perspective and discussions on female leadership, gender, and diversity. When you attend the Contemporary Women’s Leadership program at Wellesley College, which will take place June 26 to July 28, you’ll be exposed to all of that and more.

To help make this vision a reality, we’re giving one lucky winner a $1,500 scholarship toward the upcoming summer program! All you have to do is submit an application to Wellesley’s contemporary leadership program and then tell us how you want to impact the world as a female leader by May 2. You’ll have a chance to join other incredible women as you all embark on a journey of learning and leading together this summer.

Click here to enter for your chance to win a $1500 scholHERship to Wellesley's Contemporary Women's Leadership Program.


About The Author

Marisa Ross is a proud Gator alumna, graduating from the College of Journalism at the University of Florida in 2015. While repping that glorious orange and blue, Marisa had the privilege of working with the UFL chapter of Her Campus as a writer, blogger, and editor. Shortly after graduating, she spent some time abroad teaching English in Madrid, Spain, and voluteering with the press team for the Rio 2016 Olympics. Currently, Marisa resides in South Florida and is thrilled to be a part of Her Campus yet again, this time as the Branded Content Specialist for Integrating Marketing with the national team. In her free time, she stays active by training for races, playing volleyball, and doing anything outdoors or on the water. And if she's not daydreaming about her next travel itinerary, she's probably embarking on a cultural adventure to explore new cities, cuisines, and activities.