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The Rutgers Center for Women in Business is excited to announce that we are hiring for the position of Program Coordinator.

The Program Coordinator will provide professional and administrative support for CWIB in the following capacities:
• Coordinate and implement projects, initiatives, and related administration for research and programming.
• Support the Executive Director by serving as primary staff program coordinator for the following programs and initiatives: virtual monthly webinars, ERG leadership roundtables, Women GROW mid-career group mentoring, undergraduate ambassador program, and gender-focused research administration, in addition to any other future programs.
• Assist in developing processes and evaluating the effectiveness of the programs and so much more!

When Rutgers determines it is safe to do so, the Program Coordinator must have the ability and willingness to travel between the Newark and New Brunswick campuses, to off-campus events and businesses in the NY/NJ metro area. This position may require evening and weekend hours. The successful candidate needs to be a self-starter.

APPLY NOW using the following link: https://jobs.rutgers.edu/postings/129335.

We work in partnership with companies and organizations to develop women leaders for tomorrow's evolving workforce. Removing barriers, building community, and empowering women with confidence and skills since December 2019.

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Timeline Photos 10/12/2021

Tuesday, October 12th is Ada Lovelace Day, a celebration honoring the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Lovelace was an English mathematician and writer, chiefly known for her work on Charles Babbage's proposed mechanical general-purpose computer, the Analytical Engine. In 1843, Lovelace became the world's first computer programmer.

Girls lose interest in STEM around middle school. In honor of Ada Lovelace day, encourage a young girl to continue to pursue her passion in science, technology, engineering and math by introducing her to role models, mentoring her and complimenting her on her achievements in those subjects.

#adalovelace #adalovelaceday #womeninSTEM #science #technology #engineering #mathematics #womeninbusiness #rutgers #cwib #rbs

Tuesday, October 12th is Ada Lovelace Day, a celebration honoring the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Lovelace was an English mathematician and writer, chiefly known for her work on Charles Babbage's proposed mechanical general-purpose computer, the Analytical Engine. In 1843, Lovelace became the world's first computer programmer.

Girls lose interest in STEM around middle school. In honor of Ada Lovelace day, encourage a young girl to continue to pursue her passion in science, technology, engineering and math by introducing her to role models, mentoring her and complimenting her on her achievements in those subjects.

#adalovelace #adalovelaceday #womeninSTEM #science #technology #engineering #mathematics #womeninbusiness #rutgers #cwib #rbs

Timeline Photos 10/11/2021

Happy International Day of the Girl! Today, reflect on your former self - when you were a young girl. We let our bellies hang out. We laughed, skipped and jumped freely. We lifted our faces to the sun in triumph when we beat our second grade class in a race and we unapologetically occupied space, because why wouldn't we? Then, we got a little bit older. We became aware of the uniquely critical way women are perceived and judged in academic and professional settings. We saw which physical traits were accepted and celebrated and sometimes we even tried to change our own to mirror what we saw. We started to feel the societally-imposed pressure to shrink. Our passionate candor became viewed as emotional or, worse, rude; our wild creativity became unrealistic, and our big dreams became impractical. While we have made leaps and bounds towards escaping these stereotypes and harmful constraints, the harsh transition from girlhood to womanhood remains a challenge. Whether you're 10 years past girlhood or 50, make an effort today (and everyday) to channel your inner girl - she misses you.

#happyinternationaldayofthegirl #internationaldayofthegirl #womeninbusiness #cwib #rutgers #ru #rbs

Happy International Day of the Girl! Today, reflect on your former self - when you were a young girl. We let our bellies hang out. We laughed, skipped and jumped freely. We lifted our faces to the sun in triumph when we beat our second grade class in a race and we unapologetically occupied space, because why wouldn't we? Then, we got a little bit older. We became aware of the uniquely critical way women are perceived and judged in academic and professional settings. We saw which physical traits were accepted and celebrated and sometimes we even tried to change our own to mirror what we saw. We started to feel the societally-imposed pressure to shrink. Our passionate candor became viewed as emotional or, worse, rude; our wild creativity became unrealistic, and our big dreams became impractical. While we have made leaps and bounds towards escaping these stereotypes and harmful constraints, the harsh transition from girlhood to womanhood remains a challenge. Whether you're 10 years past girlhood or 50, make an effort today (and everyday) to channel your inner girl - she misses you.

#happyinternationaldayofthegirl #internationaldayofthegirl #womeninbusiness #cwib #rutgers #ru #rbs

Timeline Photos 10/11/2021

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with us!

Join our webinar on Friday, October 15th from 12:00pm-1:00pm to hear Maria Montano, President/CEO of Ge**er Childrenswear and Founding CWIB Board Member, discuss her accomplished career trajectory and how her roots shaped her work ethic.

#leadership #latinaleaders #latinasinbusiness #ceo #firstgeneration #womeninbusiness #hispanicheritagemonth #webinar #rbs #cwib #rutgers #rutgersuniversity

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with us!

Join our webinar on Friday, October 15th from 12:00pm-1:00pm to hear Maria Montano, President/CEO of Ge**er Childrenswear and Founding CWIB Board Member, discuss her accomplished career trajectory and how her roots shaped her work ethic.

#leadership #latinaleaders #latinasinbusiness #ceo #firstgeneration #womeninbusiness #hispanicheritagemonth #webinar #rbs #cwib #rutgers #rutgersuniversity

Timeline Photos 10/08/2021

It should not come as a surprise that the countries with the smallest gender gaps are also the ones who contribute the most to childcare for their citizens. The US contributes $500 compared to other wealthy nations’ contributions of $14,000 per toddler. Mothers continue to do an unequal share of childcare. To retain women in the workforce, we need to ensure affordable access to childcare for all.

It should not come as a surprise that the countries with the smallest gender gaps are also the ones who contribute the most to childcare for their citizens. The US contributes $500 compared to other wealthy nations’ contributions of $14,000 per toddler. Mothers continue to do an unequal share of childcare. To retain women in the workforce, we need to ensure affordable access to childcare for all.

Timeline Photos 10/01/2021

Are you interested in investing but don't know where to start?

Join us on Monday, October 4th from 12:30-1pm for Investing 101, hosted by JP Morgan Chase & Co featuring JP Morgan Securities Executive Director and Financial Advisor Galit Ben-Joseph. Learn how to build a strong financial future by starting your investment journey today.

Register here: https://rutgers.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_QDrhPT8ESUy-qsGRrlaInA

Are you interested in investing but don't know where to start?

Join us on Monday, October 4th from 12:30-1pm for Investing 101, hosted by JP Morgan Chase & Co featuring JP Morgan Securities Executive Director and Financial Advisor Galit Ben-Joseph. Learn how to build a strong financial future by starting your investment journey today.

Register here: https://rutgers.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_QDrhPT8ESUy-qsGRrlaInA

Timeline Photos 09/17/2021

RUTGERS STUDENTS! The Rutgers Center for Women in Business Student Ambassador Program application closes MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20th at 11:59pm ET.

Our Student Ambassador Program is a team of highly-motivated digital natives who will combine their marketing skills, business acumen and passion for strategic communication to advocate for, educate and lead fellow students to increase the frequency and reach of the Center's messaging and initiatives. This is a key opportunity to gain exclusive access to skill-building workshops, networking opportunities and myriad professional development resources.

Apply here: https://lnkd.in/d3pDn4fF

RUTGERS STUDENTS! The Rutgers Center for Women in Business Student Ambassador Program application closes MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20th at 11:59pm ET.

Our Student Ambassador Program is a team of highly-motivated digital natives who will combine their marketing skills, business acumen and passion for strategic communication to advocate for, educate and lead fellow students to increase the frequency and reach of the Center's messaging and initiatives. This is a key opportunity to gain exclusive access to skill-building workshops, networking opportunities and myriad professional development resources.

Apply here: https://lnkd.in/d3pDn4fF

Timeline Photos 09/17/2021

September is Su***de Prevention Awareness Month.

Su***de is preventable, yet it is the second leading cause of death in the world. Nearly 800,000 people die by su***de each year.

If someone you know is struggling with their mental health, #BeThe1To reach out in a caring way, be there for them, help them stay connected and follow up. Don't be afraid to reach out, utilize your university or workplace resources, or contact The National Su***de Prevention Lifeline here https://su***depreventionlifeline.org/promote-national-su***de-prevention-month/ for additional support.

This month, if you can, hold out your hand to your friends, coworkers and classmates; and don't hesitate to grab a hand if you need it.

#su***depreventionmonth

September is Su***de Prevention Awareness Month.

Su***de is preventable, yet it is the second leading cause of death in the world. Nearly 800,000 people die by su***de each year.

If someone you know is struggling with their mental health, #BeThe1To reach out in a caring way, be there for them, help them stay connected and follow up. Don't be afraid to reach out, utilize your university or workplace resources, or contact The National Su***de Prevention Lifeline here https://su***depreventionlifeline.org/promote-national-su***de-prevention-month/ for additional support.

This month, if you can, hold out your hand to your friends, coworkers and classmates; and don't hesitate to grab a hand if you need it.

#su***depreventionmonth

Timeline Photos 09/15/2021

Today is marks the beginning of Yom Kippur, the day of atonement in the Jewish faith.

Regardless of your faith, take this time to reflect, to ask for forgiveness for your transgressions and reach out to your communities. We encourage you now more than ever to reflect on your relationships both personal and professional; is there anything you'd like to change?

Let us look forward into the fall with grace in our hearts, kindness in our actions and renewed commitment to the future.

Today is marks the beginning of Yom Kippur, the day of atonement in the Jewish faith.

Regardless of your faith, take this time to reflect, to ask for forgiveness for your transgressions and reach out to your communities. We encourage you now more than ever to reflect on your relationships both personal and professional; is there anything you'd like to change?

Let us look forward into the fall with grace in our hearts, kindness in our actions and renewed commitment to the future.

Timeline Photos 09/15/2021

Today, we celebrate the beginning of Hispanic Heritage Month!

We look forward to sharing stories from our community and resources on closing the pay gap as Latinx Women's Equal Pay Day approaches on October 21.

#hispanicheritagemonth

Today, we celebrate the beginning of Hispanic Heritage Month!

We look forward to sharing stories from our community and resources on closing the pay gap as Latinx Women's Equal Pay Day approaches on October 21.

#hispanicheritagemonth

Timeline Photos 09/11/2021

Today, we pause in solemn reflection and remembrance of the September 11th, 2001 tragedy.

20 years ago today, 2,997 Americans lost their lives and over 6,000 others were injured as a result of an attack by terrorist group Al-Qaeda.

20 years ago today, 2,997 families lost sons, daughters, moms, dads, aunts, uncles, friends and coworkers.

Today, we honor our fallen heroes, hold our hands out in support of the family and friends that survive them, and remember the resilience of the American spirit in the wake of tragedy.

We will #NeverForget.

Today, we pause in solemn reflection and remembrance of the September 11th, 2001 tragedy.

20 years ago today, 2,997 Americans lost their lives and over 6,000 others were injured as a result of an attack by terrorist group Al-Qaeda.

20 years ago today, 2,997 families lost sons, daughters, moms, dads, aunts, uncles, friends and coworkers.

Today, we honor our fallen heroes, hold our hands out in support of the family and friends that survive them, and remember the resilience of the American spirit in the wake of tragedy.

We will #NeverForget.

Timeline Photos 09/10/2021

Calling all Rutgers students! Are you interested in advancing women in business? We are excited to announce that the application for our second cohort of Student Ambassadors is LIVE!

Our Student Ambassador Program is a team of highly-motivated digital natives who will combine their marketing skills, business acumen and passion for strategic communication to advocate for, educate and lead follow students to increase the frequency and reach of the Center's messaging and initiatives. This is a key opportunity to gain exclusive access to skill-building workshops, networking opportunities, and myriad professional development resources.

We can't wait to meet you!! Apply here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScllfgyOyHYv8PZBo84y95UiAtaN16ooPPaT--vam1JdUKrug/viewform?usp=sf_link

Calling all Rutgers students! Are you interested in advancing women in business? We are excited to announce that the application for our second cohort of Student Ambassadors is LIVE!

Our Student Ambassador Program is a team of highly-motivated digital natives who will combine their marketing skills, business acumen and passion for strategic communication to advocate for, educate and lead follow students to increase the frequency and reach of the Center's messaging and initiatives. This is a key opportunity to gain exclusive access to skill-building workshops, networking opportunities, and myriad professional development resources.

We can't wait to meet you!! Apply here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScllfgyOyHYv8PZBo84y95UiAtaN16ooPPaT--vam1JdUKrug/viewform?usp=sf_link

Timeline Photos 09/09/2021

At the Rutgers Center for Women in Business, we want to thank you for continuing to be a part of our community and we hope you can join us at one or more of our upcoming virtual events.

Register below:
Power Moms: https://lnkd.in/eV3Gc43V
Invest in your Future: https://lnkd.in/esj-5-TH
Celebrando Mujeres Latina: https://lnkd.in/eD_JjwpW

#womeninbusiness #community #virtualevents #webinar #bookclub #financialliteracy #speakerseries #rucwib #rutgersuniversity

At the Rutgers Center for Women in Business, we want to thank you for continuing to be a part of our community and we hope you can join us at one or more of our upcoming virtual events.

Register below:
Power Moms: https://lnkd.in/eV3Gc43V
Invest in your Future: https://lnkd.in/esj-5-TH
Celebrando Mujeres Latina: https://lnkd.in/eD_JjwpW

#womeninbusiness #community #virtualevents #webinar #bookclub #financialliteracy #speakerseries #rucwib #rutgersuniversity

Timeline Photos 09/08/2021

A Native woman is paid just $0.60 for every dollar a white man makes on her land. Today, September 8th, we honor Native American Equal Pay Day.

Native communities are systematically oppressed, battling disproportionate unemployment and poverty rates; in 2018, the national poverty rate for Native Americans was 25.4% compared to 13.1% for all Americans, and the unemployment rate for Native Americans was 6.6% compared to 3.9% for all Americans. The pay gap has nothing to do with level of education or position - a Native woman with a bachelor's degree makes $43,916, about the same amount as a white man with a high school diploma ($42,088).

Native history is too often romanticized by historians. Behind the vibrant traditions, culture of resilience and serial innovation is generations of neglect and trauma due to lack of resources, visibility and support.

A Native woman has to work 250 days into 2021 in order to make what her white male counterpart made in 2020. Needless to say, equal pay isn't enough, but it's certainly a start.

Click here for more information and resources on Native American Equal Pay Day: https://leanin.org/data-about-the-gender-pay-gap-for-native-american-women

#nativewomensequalpay #equityfornativewomen

A Native woman is paid just $0.60 for every dollar a white man makes on her land. Today, September 8th, we honor Native American Equal Pay Day.

Native communities are systematically oppressed, battling disproportionate unemployment and poverty rates; in 2018, the national poverty rate for Native Americans was 25.4% compared to 13.1% for all Americans, and the unemployment rate for Native Americans was 6.6% compared to 3.9% for all Americans. The pay gap has nothing to do with level of education or position - a Native woman with a bachelor's degree makes $43,916, about the same amount as a white man with a high school diploma ($42,088).

Native history is too often romanticized by historians. Behind the vibrant traditions, culture of resilience and serial innovation is generations of neglect and trauma due to lack of resources, visibility and support.

A Native woman has to work 250 days into 2021 in order to make what her white male counterpart made in 2020. Needless to say, equal pay isn't enough, but it's certainly a start.

Click here for more information and resources on Native American Equal Pay Day: https://leanin.org/data-about-the-gender-pay-gap-for-native-american-women

#nativewomensequalpay #equityfornativewomen

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