Every year, HUWIB hosts the globally-recognized Intercollegiate Business Convention (IBC), a unique opportunity for driven female leaders from around the world to explore careers interests and opportunities, expand their network of peers and mentors, and learn from the experiences of top female business leaders. IBC attracts over 1,000 women from over 100 campuses every year. Past keynote speakers have included: Marissa Mayer (Google), Diane von Furstenberg (fashion designer), Bobbi Brown (Bobbi Brown cosmetics), and Kate White (Cosmopolitan Magazine). IBC 2012 will offer several valuable new opportunities to build and launch a powerful new network of young female professionals as early in their careers as possible. If you are interested in becoming an IBC leader, please apply for our Peer Group, Campus Ambassador, and International Ambassador leadership programs.Learn more »
Love marketing? Passionate about promoting female leadership? Want to become a top leader of one of the world's largest summits of young female professionals? The IBC Campus Ambassadors Leadership Program is the perfect opportunity for you--women from all campuses and countries are strongly encouraged to apply! Campus Ambassadors will work directly with the IBC Marketing Team to publicize and promote the IBC and the new IBC network at their respective campuses. Ambassadors will also serve as top leaders of their campus on the day of IBC and at our inaugural Women in Business Weekend. Benefits for Campus Ambassadors will include: certification as an IBC Campus Ambassador and graduate of the IBC Campus Ambassador Leadership Program, special recognition on the IBC program and IBC website, exclusive access to Women in Business Weekend leadership programs and events, access to special panels and break-outs, special networking opportunities with top professionals, a waived registration fee, and the opportunity to develop your leadership and marketing skills in a highly customizable and targeted manner. Interested?
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Business for Good is a national social enterprise business plan competition founded in 2009. Social enterprise is reshaping the nature of modern business, becoming increasingly important as new businesses incorporate social responsibility into their missions. The Business for Good Competition will reward impactful social enterprise ideas among college students. We seek to facilitate creativity, innovation, and collaboration among social entrepreneurs, increase the visibility of social entrepreneurship, and encourage college students to consider social entrepreneurship as they move into the working world.
The winners of the 2011 Business for Good Competition, Molly Yang (Harvard '13), Robert Bowden (Harvard '13) and Arjun Mody (Harvard '14), founded IdeaMash, a web utility that seeks to facilitate collaboration and innovation on university campuses. IdeaMash aims to make it easier for college students to find collaborators for start-ups, social enterprises, creative collaborations, and other endeavors. Learn more »
The mission of the National Women in Business Summit is to unite female leaders in top undergraduate business organizations across the nation and establish a long-standing network for these women as their careers progress. The NWIB Summit in October is known as a prestigious summit for the nation’s top young female leaders. By providing a forum for current leaders to interact, NWIB establishes the foundation for an influential and long-lasting network. In addition to relationship building, delegates will be able to strengthen their own organizations by sharing best practices, leveraging collective resources, and gaining valuable insights from both their peers and from top female business leaders in the world.
This past year’s summit brought together 30 female leaders from across the country and featured prominent keynote speakers, including Robbie Myers, Editor-in-Chief of Elle; Susan Chambers, Executive Vice President of Walmart; and Shelly Lazarus, Chairman of Ogilvy & Mather.
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The mission of the Young Women in Business Summit is to unite female leaders from high schools and establish a long-standing network for these women as they go to college and as their careers progress. By providing a forum for current leaders to interact, YWIB establishes the foundation for an influential and long-lasting network. In addition to relationship building and leadership development, delegates will be able to work with other student leaders in a business case study competition, gaining valuable insights from both their peers and from top female business leaders in the world.