Creating Women Leaders: State Department Teams with Sister Colleges
MHC Women Attend WPSP Launch in DC
Twenty-five Mount Holyoke College students traveled to Washington, DC for the launch of the Women in Public Service Project, a global initiative developed by the State Department in partnership with the Sister Colleges. The day-long colloquium offered students a big dose of inspiration, along with remarkable networking opportunities and surprising revelations about career paths.
MHC Students Reflect on the WPSP Kickoff Colloquium
At the Women in Public Service Project (WPSP) kickoff colloquium on December 15, 2011, Mount Holyoke College students gathered with dignitaries from around the world for a historic discussion about preparing a new generation of women for leadership in the public sector and politics.
"A Dialogue Among Generations" featuring Chiedza Mufunde '12
Student Chiedza Mufunde '12 joined Congresswoman Nita M. Lowey '59, activist Gloria Steinem, and other public service leaders for a panel discussion during the Women in Public Service Project launch on December 15, 2011 at the State Department.
Hear from three students attending the WPSP Kickoff Event
MHC students discuss their reactions to receiving an invitation from Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for the Women in Public Service Project launch in Washington, DC, as well as their expectations for the event.
MHC's Claire Boyd '12 Introduces Ambassador Melanne Verveer
Student Claire Boyd '12 had the honor of introducing Ambassador Melanne Verveer during the afternoon program in the Kennedy Center at the Women in Public Service Project launch.