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Membership Offer in the Association of Women MBAs

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The Association of Women MBAs
is a non-profit organization that provides opportunities for
professional and personal growth among a network of women MBAs. AWM’s mission
is to promote women in business through professional development, social, and
volunteer networking events. Membership provides access to a community of women
with shared interests – from career development to volunteering to work/life
balance. You can learn more at

AWM has monthly professional development, personal development, social
networking and community service events. You can see examples of upcoming and
past events at

By becoming an AWM Member, your benefits include:

  • Networking

    with other women MBAs who live and work in the Bay Area
  • Discounts to AWM and affiliate group events ranging from happy hours to
    discussion panels where you can meet women from other business schools.
  • Mentor
    and Volunteer Opportunities
    to promote
    community development and to support women who are interested in careers
    in business or applying to business school.
  • LinkedIn
    ability to join the AWM Linked In group and
    include the AWM Logo in your profile.

You will also have access to the Members Only section of the AWM
website. This section contains a:

  • Searchable
    Member Database
    for networking and social opportunities
  • Job
    listed by members across a variety of
  • Message
    to communicate with other members

Signing up is easy. Go to and follow three easy steps:

1. Pay your
membership dues via PayPal
(you do not need to have a PayPal account). Annual
Dues are $50.00. 

2. Click "Return to Merchant" – VERY IMPORTANT – in order to enter your profile and login information.

3. Enter your profile and select your login

If you have any questions or membership suggestions, please e-mail the
Membership Chair, Emilie Cortes, at
or the general mailbox at

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