Leadership & Professional Development
AAUW Start Smart Salary Negotiation
The AAUW Start Smart Salary Negotiation workshop is an American Association of University Women licensed two-hour workshop which assists participants in their initial salary negotiation, and is offered regularly through the Women's Center with the support of the Career Network and the Graduate College. This program counts towards She Leads OHIO completion. Registration is required for this program and can be found by visiting the Women's Center's page on OrgSync, under forms.
ALAANA+ Women's Leadership Cohort
The ALAANA+ Women's Leadership Cohort (ALAANA+, in this context, stands for African American/African/Black, Latina/Latinx, Asian American/Asian, Arab/Middle Eastern, Native American, and all multicultural folks) is a cohort leadership opportunity geared towards first- and second-year multicultural women providing them with a community to: cultivate community and establish connections within the Cohort and throughout the OHIO community; discover their leadership potential; identify their own personal, professional, and leadership goals; and, create action plans to achieve those goals. Anyone who believes a program of this nature would benefit their personal, professional, and leadership development is welcome, and encouraged, to apply.
Women's Issues Leadership Award
The Women's Issues Leadership Award is offered annually at the Leadership Awards Gala through the Division of Student Affairs. The recipient is chosen through a committee created by the Women's Center and recognizes a student or student organization that has shown outstanding leadership and/or community involvement on women's and gender issues, or has raised consciousness about those issues.
In order to be considered for the award:
- Nominee must be a full-time OHIO student, at a junior or senior level standing.
- Nominee must demonstrate a commitment to creating a campus climate in which all women and girls can be full and equal participants at OHIO or in the larger society.
- Nominee must be a proponent for gender equity.
- Nominee must be a "student leader", which can be broadly defined to include someone who has an elected role in a student organization or more generally mobilizes others to act.
All nominees are asked to fill out the student application form, which includes submitting their resume and an essay that describes why they should be considered for this leadership award, and how they have contributed to advancing women and gender issues on campus, in the community, and beyond.