Become a NeW Member Today

October 15, 2014 | Karin

Anniversary picJoin NeW and be a part of a network that will foster your professional development! This year, NeW is celebrating our 10th Anniversary. To celebrate our first 10 years, we are running a special membership offer. You can join NeW today for only $10! Become a NeW member today.

Benefits of Membership
• Join the nation’s top organization for conservative women, and connect with influential women leaders and your peers across the country.
• Receive invitations to exclusive member-only events, including quarterly Book Brunches with authors on the NeW Book List, the National Conference annual dinner, conference calls with prominent conservative leaders and more.
• Be the first to hear about NeW announcements, and publications-including a semi-annual jobs and internships newsletter from friends of NeW.
• Develop your professional skills with exclusive opportunities such as a 30 minute one-on-one professional development training with a NeW Staff Member

In addition to general membership benefits, students receive:
• Access to travel scholarships to attend the National Conference, Conservative Political Action Committee and more
• Invitations to attend special student trainings
• The opportunity to be mentored by individuals at the top of their fields

Join today!

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