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Apply by Sept. 1 for the Women+ of Color Project (WOCP)

August 14, 2020

The Women+ of Color Project – Workshop Series This Fall!

The Women+ of Color Project (WOCP)  -an online workshop dedicated to supporting WOC who are applying to graduate school- will host the WOCP 2020 Graduate School Workshop virtually the weekend of October 10 – 12, 2020. This 3-day workshop will guide participants in the graduate application process as well as how to thrive after matriculation. This year’s conference has been generously funded by the Harvard Culture Lab Innovation Fund (CLIF) and the Elsivier Agents of Change (AoC) Award.

We plan to accept applications to this program from ALL groups, however priority and focus will be given to competitive Black, Native American/Indigenous/Pacific Islander, and Latina/x women+ applicants who plan to apply for graduate school in STEM fields for the Fall of 2021 and 2022. Accepted applications will have full interactive access to panelists, speakers, and exhibitors; However, we plan to give noninteractive access to the WOCP 2020 Graduate School Workshop to ALL who register for the conference.

If you’re a student who would like to apply you may apply here.

If you would like to nominate a student fill out this form.

If you would like to volunteer to read student applications and/or participate in one-on-one mentoring or simply attend the workshop as an audience member you may fill out this form.

Applications are due on Sunday, September 1, 2020 with maximum consideration for students who meet this deadline. Applications thereafter will be accepted on a rolling basis. Nominations are due August 20,2020 for maximum consideration. If you have any questions about the application or nomination process, please feel free to contact us at applications@thewocproject.org and follow us on twitter @theWOCProject for updates. Please check out our FAQ section and learn more about the WOCP by visiting theWOCProject.org. We look forward to seeing you all at our virtual workshop!

Contact:

applications@thewocproject.org