Forté C2B Leadership Conference

Posted by VP of Web Development SWB on Friday, September 4, 2015
Attention all SWB girls! Check out this link for a great opportunity to develop your leadership and communication skills, meet other intellectual and incentivized individuals such as yourselves, and become a better version of yourself!

Save the Date: 
Forté College to Business Leadership Conference
Pittsburgh, PA • November 6, 2015

c2b-temp.pngLET'S DREAM BIG! Discover how a business career can help you achieve more.

Calling all majors. You don't need to be a business major to attend this free one-day interactive conference. Designed for freshmen and sophomores, this hands-on experience will give college women from diverse academic backgrounds the chance to explore different functions in business while gaining valuable leadership skills. A limited number of spots are available for juniors. Register today!


  1. Hands-on business startup simulation
  2. Leadership development and personal brand workshop
  3. Summer internship recruiting secrets
  4. Exploration of diverse business careers suitable for women of all backgrounds
  5. Focused networking with top recruiters, executives, and recent graduates at the Company & Graduate School Expo

Forté College to Business Leadership Conference

Pittsburgh, PA
8:30 am - 5:30 pm

Register for Free

Registration Details:

Short application required. Undergraduate women from diverse academic backgrounds including STEM, Economics, Liberal Arts, Finance, and Communications majors are encouraged to apply. 

Round One Deadline: Sept. 18, 2015
Round Two Deadline: Oct. 9, 2015

Travel stipends are available to help cover some of the travel costs for eligible participants.

Find out more and apply now to save your seat at the best business conference for college women!

Thank you to our sponsors:

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UCLA Anderson           Carnegie Mellon University Tepper School of Business

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